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    almost at 250k
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraflip View Post
    almost at 250k
    woah!
    Evo 8 or 9..?

    Im at 234k almost 235k on my 9

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    Has anyone gone over 300k? I successfully finished a long trip from Atlanta to New York last week and now my milage meter shows 312k. It is an amazing result in my opinion as I have never had to invest a single dollar in this car. I am not a car connoisseur all I did was change the fluids a little earlier than the factory recommendations. I am now considering buying the new evo model as my son has finally got his driver's license and I intend my old car to be his first one. Are the new models at least as good as the old ones?
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    Having gone over 300k the engine seems to fine but I am kind of anxious to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llugguss View Post
    Having gone over 300k the engine seems to fine but I am kind of anxious to be honest.
    Gone any rebuild?
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    I took EVO 9 from Japan, I wanted to have an Evo for the city, because I had an Evo 6 for training. I waited a long time for a car with mechanics + gray or black color to appear at auctions, and finally, the dream came true and after 2 months I had the car.
    First impressions are fire, handsome!
    Very hard because of 18 disks, the previous owner - the Japanese loved the low profile very much (by the way, because of this, I changed 3 hubs at once, buzzed, then after a couple of years and the 4th one too, by the way, it would be better to change it right away).
    Now the mileage is 320k and nothing, while it is driving, although there are some nuances, the clutch began to slip, I want to change the EVO to chevrolet latest models , it is more comfortable and more suitable for long car trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ostin View Post
    I took EVO 9 from Japan, I wanted to have an Evo for the city, because I had an Evo 6 for training. I waited a long time for a car with mechanics + gray or black color to appear at auctions, and finally, the dream came true and after 2 months I had the car.
    First impressions are fire, handsome!
    Very hard because of 18 disks, the previous owner - the Japanese loved the low profile very much (by the way, because of this, I changed 3 hubs at once, buzzed, then after a couple of years and the 4th one too, by the way, it would be better to change it right away).
    Now the mileage is 320k and nothing, while it is driving, although there are some nuances, the clutch began to slip, I want to change the EVO to chevrolet latest models , it is more comfortable and more suitable for long car trips.

    You'll miss the Evo, I'm telling you.
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    85k miles on my 06 Evo IX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvoIX007 View Post
    85k miles on my 06 Evo IX.
    You daily your IX?

    Well, nowadays there not a lot of places to "daily" it to.
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