Never quite known for its luxurious interior anyways, the JUN EVO received a few race-worthy upgrades in the cockpit. The stock EVO Recaro seats were changed out for a pair of Bride buckets with Sabelt harnesses, while the removable Momo steering wheel provides extra grip for more comfortable control. JUN's hallmark attention to detail sets this car above others with its immaculate construction. A Cusco rollcage increases chassis stiffness while beautifully constructed carbon-fiber door panels reduce weight. The neatly installed Defi dash cluster and center console-mounted lap timer equipment provide necessary engine vitals.
Tucked underneath the Ganador front bumper, Truth side skirts, and Ganador rear wing, the 18x9 Advan RGII wheels look the part as they are both mean and functional. Covered in sticky 245/40R18 Yokohama Advan A048 tires, the wheels use a +22 front and +29 rear offset to create a slightly narrower track in the rear compared to the front, for turn-in response, and to help with rotation of the rear end.
The exceptional factory stock Brembo brakes were dumped in favor of an even larger 13.5-inch front Endless six-piston caliper brake kit, balanced out with a 13-inch four-piston rear brake setup. Teamed up with Zeal Super Function-R coil-overs and Cusco tie bars, the JUN EVO has all the details necessary to succeed.
With more than enough manners and comfort to survive the daily commute to work and to the racetrack, JUN Auto's EVO IX could very well be the perfect blend of street and track nirvana.