Tag Archives: Evo VI

The Install Series: Custom Rear Firewall and Bracing

A custom made rear firewall for a Time Attack Evo 6

Got rid of your back seats (and maybe the spare wheel well) and now you need to finish the look? Maybe it’s time for a custom rear firewall! For this installment of the install series, we will be showing you how to install a custom rear firewall and bracing to keep your seatless back seat […]

The Automotive Weight Loss Series: Electronics

Custom Dash Panels for Evo 6

Just like losing a few pounds will improve your chinups, your car’s lap time will benefit from this diet. The second installment of our “Automotive Weight Loss” series, today we look at your electronics! We’re continuing on with our budget time attack Evo 6 build, and in the interest of going faster, we’re going to […]

Modifying Without Compromising

Evo 6 Customized Interior

Make your own personalized interior without permanently altering your car! Modifying a car has a lot to do with your personal taste. What seems like an amazing idea to you, may unfortunately be a deal-breaker for any future owner of your car. So how does one modify their car without compromising the resale value? Let […]

The Automotive Weight Loss Series: Doors

Finished custom ABS door card 1999 Evo 6

Want to go faster? Time for your car to go on a diet. The first in our “The Automotive Weight Loss” series, today we look at your doors! During a recent underbody restoration on the 1999 Mitsubishi Evo 6, we built a homemade car rotisserie so we could remove rust from the car. To get […]

Rust Removal: A Simple Solution To An Ugly Job

Evo VI on DIY Rotisserie

If it sounds like a crappy job, it’s because it is. (But there is hope!) Rust sleeps for no one. You can try and ignore it; pretend it’s not there. Maybe you do a quick hack job and tell yourself it’s actually gone. But unfortunately, it will come back to haunt you. When I bought […]