Voltex Cyber EVO

21 Jul, 2011

This is the Advance Powerhouse's new track car. The Voltex widebody Cyber Evo. This began near the end 2010 as a standard Evolution 9 MR, and it was purchased knowing it'd be stripped and turned into a track car.

Many got to see this car during the transition stages while servicing their cars at Advance Powerhouse with cut fenders and wheels sticking wayyy out while on the hoist waiting for the engine to return and the widebody to clear customs. Weeks and months pass and parts only slowly trickle in. Without the body kit, the built engine came in and this evo came to life a few weeks ago and went onto the APH dyno for a proper tune with cut fenders, missing bumpers, a stripped interior and a few bird dropping on the roof.

2 days ago, we finally got to see the finished car. Trailered to Nextmod for a sticker job, the team took the past 2 days staying up till 7am printing, masking, each little gear stickers onto the car.

Words & Photos by Spyder01

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