Voltex equipped Evos are cars that I will never get tired of; as long as you paint the pieces and have them fitted correctly, your car is bound to look good. Then you slap on a set of aggressively sized track wheels like Enkei RPF1s and you’ll have yourself an absolute stunner.
Not often do you see an Evo on bags, and most would probably hate on it, and for good reason. But I think I have a soft spot for this particular Evo X, or maybe it’s just those perfectly tucked Work Kiwamis that does the trick for me…
I haven’t had the opportunity to go out and shoot anything lately, so I’ve been contemplating what original materials to post. Luckily, I’ve got some unreleased photos from events past, so I guess I will go ahead and share them here with you guys. The following photos were taken from Spocom 09′. Hope you guys enjoy!
I absolutely love this Evo! Everything about this car just goes so well together, and the stance is just amazing…nothing too over the top, and just enough stretch. Also, the emerald green and CCW K57 just sets the car off like no other.
Featured this beautiful Evo 9 done up by my friend, Edgar, from last year on the blog but since then he has done some major changes around the car, so I thought it would be appropriate to feature this car once again. Some changes include a new front bumper, a beautiful set of CCW Classics and a fully built motor running on that delicious E85 juice. This is definitely a ‘better’ setup than before, in my opinion of course.
So, I was casually walking through the parking lot of a local Chinese restaurant the other day looking to grab some dim sum for lunch. Luckily to my surprise, I spotted this super clean Evo X parked out front, so I quickly went back to my car and grabbed the camera to snap a few pictures. If you haven’t noticed, I’m quite the sucker for cars rocking TE37SLs.
Yup, another Evo equipped with some Voltex attire! This one is actually owned by a friend of mine, Roel Garza, who had previously owned a super clean, red C-West equipped Evo VIII as well. One of my favorite aspect of this car are the WedsSport SA-60 wheels that complements the Voltex exterior quite nicely.
I’m gonna start this post by giving a shout out to the guys down in Aussie and New Zealand, cause I’ve been seeing some wicked cars come out from down under as of late. If you guys are reading keep up the great work and keep the clean cars comin’. This Evo VII here, is a prime example of the clean cars that I’m talking about. Rockin’ a set of Work 11Rs, carbon pieces and a killer stance, this Evo is one car to praise.
I remember a couple weeks ago I was saying I’m gonna spend more time shooting this year, so there’ll be more exclusive material on the blog. So, that’s exactly what I did yesterday. This particular shoot consisted of a familiar LSB GC8, and an E85 guzzling Evo 9. Both cars have minor cosmetic damages, which you can’t tell, but I’m glad that didn’t stop them from coming out for the shoot. With that said, I’ll give you guys a little run down on the cars. You guys might recognize the LSB GC8 since I’ve shot this car a number of times, but just for the record, it’s rocking some uber rare Mature front and rear bumpers, Work Emotion CR-Kai, swapped EJ20 motor, and other JDM bits and pieces. The Evo 9 is sporting a full Ings +1 kit, custom wheels, and a fully-built, 450whp, E85 drinking power plant. So, that’s a basic run down on the cars, hope you guys enjoy the pics!