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Old 13-07-2015, 10:52   #1
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Rare UK 52 plate EVO 6 RS2.

Car is now sold....

For sale is my Genuine UK EVO 6 RS2.
The car has covered just over 52 thousand miles from new.
Originally purchased by myself then sold and then modified for the new owner by MAD. I purchased the car back a few years ago but I'm just not getting the time to use it so its sat in my heated workshop which seems a waste so I'd like to find it a new caring owner.

The car was purchased from Mitsubishi Cirencester by myself back in 2002 and came with full warranty. It was dealer serviced from new and then specialist serviced from then on.

Standard features on the RS2 are as follows:
RS long box gearbox. (RS 1st, 2nd and third with GSR 4th and 5th for great acceleration and good top end).
Less sound deadening,
RS running gear (LSD front, centre and rear diff**no active yaw fitted**,
Stiffer she'll with more spot welds,
Basic interior trim spec,
No rear wash wipe,
Air conditioning rather than Climate control,
Electric windows,
Faster ratio steering rack,
Front fog lights deleted,
Body colour mirrors.

The car was extensively modified by MA Developments and the mods are as follows:
Öhlins coil overs,
K-sport 8 pot 365 front brake kit.
K-Sport 6 pot 330 rear brake kit,
Team Dynamics 18 pro race alloys with Yokohama A048 tyres,
ETS intercooler and hard pipes,
JMF tubular manifold,
Magnex full system with decat and extra silencers for track day noise limits,
FP Green HTA 73 turbo,
Apexi AVCR boost controller,
RC 750cc injectors,
HKS SSQV Dump Valve,
Whiteline anti-roll bars,
Rose jointed adjustable front top mounts,
Battery relocated to boot,
Cold air feed from N/S fog light to air filter,
Autonic ECU mapped by MAD with anti-lag,
MAF removal and Huge K+N filter,
Piper ultimate road spec cam kit,
Oil catch can,
Carrillo con Rods,
ACL big ends and mains,
CP standard size Pistons,
HKS metal head gasket,
ARP head bolts,
Updated organic clutch,
Carbon dash surround,
Carbon spoiler blade,
Lexan side and rear windows(electric windows still work),
Updated oil feed to turbo,
Updated oil cooler,
Defi guage kit with oil temp, oil pressure and fuel pressure,
K-Sport bucket seats,
HID headlight kit,
Kaylan mud flaps,
Front under body brace,
Blox roll stopper engine mount,
And probably a few things I've forgotten!

Car is running an easy 1.7 bar and should be on or over 500 bhp.

Car comes supplied with harness bar and blue Sabelt aircraft buckle harnrsses(not fitted)

The catch is the engine is down on compression on cylinder no2. Car still runs and drives perfectly but a leak down test shows a 36% loss on cyl no2 so will require a rebuild/re-bore hence my low asking price.
Included in the sale is a brand new Long Rod conversion comprising of Bridgeway EPRI-Bean connecting Rods and oversize 86mm bore CP Pistons and rings worth £1100!

Car is priced at a ###sold### (Ten Thousand Pounds)firm. Obviously the car is worth more and I could break the car for a lot more but I feel that the lower asking price allows the buyer to afford the required engine build and hopefully stops the car from being broken for spares. If I re-build the engine I'll not want to sell it and I'll still not use it! Lol
Car is located at CH653BR in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.pics to follow shortly.


Last edited by Mantamac; 15-07-2015 at 13:18.. Reason: Car is now sold.
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