Car: 2010 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Sports Bronze (5×114.3/e20/73)
Suspension: Eibach Prokit Springs
Robert sent us some pictures of his EvoX after installing his newly purchased 18×9.5 Grids in Sports Bronze finish. We’re hoping to get better pictures from him soon but these will do for now. Black and Bronze just go well together.
Car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Titanium Chrome (5×114.3/e20/73)
Suspension: Megan Lowering Springs
We just restocked the 18×9.5 +20 Grids in Titanium Chrome and Derek was the first one to jump on them! Just a couple of weeks from purchasing his set of wheels, Derek already sent us some pictures of them mounted up on his white Evo X. Check them out!
Car: 2013 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota PWR - Hyper Black(5×114.3/e22/73)
Tires: 265.35.18 Hankook Ventus V12
We shared Manny’s Evo X on our Facebook page and Instagram account last week. As we expected, people loved the car as much as we did. The Hyper Black PWR’s look right at home on the Black Evo and what’s even better is that it fits like a glove on this body style.
Car: 2011 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Hyper Black (5×114.3/e20/73)
Tire Size: 245/40/18
Suspension: Tanabe DF210 Lowering Springs
A nice set of wheels and just a slight drop can do wonders for a car’s look. We’re always a fan of clean and simple cars. Good work Jeff!
Car: 2008 Mitsubishi Evolution X GSR
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota MXR - Royal Silver(5×114.3/e20/73)
Suspension: Air suspension
This car is just stunning! We came across Sam’s Evo X on Instagram and we just had to get him a feature on our site. We were supposed to wait for new pictures after Sam installs the spacers that he ordered from us but we could not wait any longer. Check out Sam’s bagged Evo X on Royal Silver Rota MXRs.
Car: 2008 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota DPT - White (5×100×114.3/e22/73)
Back in 2009, the 18×9.5 fitment Rota DPT was just starting to gain popularity. Here are some pictures of Mike’s WW Evo X on White 18×9.5 +22 DPTs. So simple but the color scheme works out really well. Enjoy!
More pictures can be found here.
Owner: Griever of Evolutionm.net
Car: 2009 Mitsubishi Evolution X
Wheels: 19×10.5 Rota Grid - Flat Black (5×114.3/e15/73)
Suspension: H&R Lowering Springs
The Rota Grids are getting love all the way from Dubai. Griever posted pictures of his new set up on evolutionm.net and his car certainly got a lot of internet props. (Evolutionm thread here.) Griever special ordered these wheels because he wanted something aggressive for his Evo. In case you didn’t know, we can break up staggered sets as per customer requests.
Griever’s EvoX is rocking the 19×10.5 +15 Rota Grids in Flat Black which are wrapped in 275/30/19 tires. He is currently on lowering springs but coilovers are currently on order. We should expect more pics as soon as he has the coilovers installed. Watch out for that!
Car: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota MXR - Hyper Black(5×114.3/e20/73)
Suspension: Fortune Auto Coilovers
Pat is the first Evo owner to send in pictures of his car rocking the new Rota MXR’s. It took him quite a while because he had to install his coilovers before sending us the pictures. He said that once he dropped the car on coilovers, it looked amazing. We agree with you Pat. The car looks great!
Owner: Jeremy of South Side Performance
Car: 2008 Mitsubishi Evo X MR
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota DPT - Absolute Green (5×100x114.3/e22/73)
Suspension: BC Racing BR series coilovers
Tires: Toyo R888 265/35/18
SSP has shown nothing but love for us! The DPT look fabulous on their Time Attack vehicle. The Evo is titled the “World’s Most Powerful Evo X MR” with 539 AWHP on the latest dyno chart. We hope you guys the best with the remaining 2011 race season!
Follow their build thread on CarDomain.com.
Owner: Menasor on evolutionm.net
Car: 2011 Mitsubishi Evo X
Wheels: Rota Grid 18×9.5 5×114.3 +20 Flat Gunmetallic
Suspension: Swift Sport Springs
Evolutionm thread: http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-x-show-shine/579552-menasors-ww-evo-x-mr.html
This is one of the first cars to have the Flat Gunmetallic Grids. They definitely look sick on a white car!