2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR – Super Street Magazine

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One of the Tuning Community’s Most Individuals Reveals His Evolutionary

Automotive culture is largely by the Internet. Technology has taken and anybody who isn’t seemingly could be considered almost as an Every day, there to be a new tuner-related website or blog recycling the same automotive you’ve seen on a similar the day before and the almighty “online has become the pinnacle that enthusiast strives to attain. collectively, have become over-saturated and overwhelmed by cheap even cheaper trends and with replicated parts.

has consumed quality and function aside in place of form. The culture that our elders so hard to build for us—is

There are those who have very hard to keep alive, however. These few are the enthusiasts who have always true to a more classic way of and refuse to take shortcuts in of Internet fame. Japan is seen as a source for inspiration and influence is still seen in the that they acquire, no the cost or wait time.

are unwavering in their ideas and bend their beliefs to companies that deliver products to our community. Jay Bryan, or by the Internet enthusiasts simply as is one of these defenders of the old guard. If you ever heard of “JDMEGO”, you’ve probably encountered the of someone or some website has stolen or copied another that has stolen/copied the authentic, JDMEGO.

The OG JDMEGO, was created by Jay Bryan ago, back before was all the rage and in the days when the JDM actually meant something. It was a website that used to cool and random images of automotive builds, toys, and Jay was working on at that particular JDMEGO was one of the first, true tuner blogs.

There was no funding other out of Jay’s own pockets and as such, it served as a medium for Jay to express his and displeasures about the tuner JDMEGO is still around amongst the wild influx of car the last few years, but he doesn’t a lot of time into providing updates anymore. Why? probably because he despises the state of things.

Every now and he will even take the offline completely and disappear for only to reappear at his own discretion.

Knowing Jay, he probably even care too much we’ve said so much him already. He’d rather us more on his 2006 Mitsubishi IX than talk about a that he feels is utterly We, on the other hand, feel now is as good a time as any to shed light on this polarizing Some love him, hate on what he has to say, but if not all, simply don’t him.

Those who have supported him the years have probably even seen him or know his He’s a bit of an enigma. You would him more for his words than who is is.

When it comes to his love of he’s been especially about what he stands by. As previously, “JDM” used to something much more. Not did it stand for goods specifically the Japanese Domestic Market, it stood for quality, rareness, and of all, authenticity.

He wants to do with counterfeit/knock-off/fake parts he feels that it ruins our and he’s never been to voice his opinion. You will find such parts in any of his whether it be the Subaru WRX wagon he in the early 2000s, the Evolution followed, and definitely not in the BNR34 he had at one point. It has and will always be a of his to defend authenticity.

Every car that he has ever represents that principle. The from his detractors has been but as you will see from this he has pressed forward in his mission.

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