Reader Rides: Ryne Dickens

Owner: Ryne Dickens

Location: Centreville, VA

Vehicle: Mitsubishi Evolution IX

Car Club Affiliation: None

What Events have you competed in?

Hot Import Nights (won hottest mild mitsubishi and the dyno competetion in 08') as well as other random events

What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?

Exhaust Manifold

“All Show’, “All Go” or Both, Why?

Both! I just wanted to try to build a all around vehicle and still be daily driven and reliable

Any Shout Outs?

Atlantic Motorsports, ATI Clothing, Parents and anyone else whos helped out or supported

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