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BG Synchro Shift Transmission Fluid 3qt
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RPM 6 Point Roll Bar
RPM 5 Point RollBar - Evo X
RPM 4Point Mild Steel Roll Bar - Evo X
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Injen Air Intake System + Upper Intercooler Pipe: EVO X
Walbro EVO 255 Fuel Pump Only
Mitsubishi OEM 5 Speed Flywheel Assembly - EVO X
Wiseco Asymmetric Skirt Bore 86.50mm - Size +.060 - CR 9.5 Piston Set - EVO 8/9
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Leather Gearshift Knob - EVO X
Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber License Plate
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Transfer Case Assembly - EVO X
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Flywheel Assembly Adapter - EVO X
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Clutch Disk - EVO 9
Mitsubishi OEM A/C Compressor Bracket - EVO X
Hallman Evolution Boost Controller Kit
EvoTech Article Gallery
EVO X Downpipe Install
Having an aftermarket downpipe is always good to have, especially if you modified your EVO to run at a higher boost pressure, or if itís already modified in such a way. This is setting aside the fact that, as most of us know, aftermarket downpipes improves performance. Got a new downpipe and arenít exactly sure on how to install it? This guide will take downpipe installation down the pipe! To save you time, and trouble, itís important to know/keep in mind that a majority of 3Ē downpipes donít...[READ MORE]
Boost Gauge Install
This write up covers the installation of a Defi Turbo gauge and will be similar for all electronic and mechanical boost gauges alike. Depending on the brand and gauge type (electronic/mechanical), the difference will be how the connection is made from the pressure source to the gauge itself. Mechanical boost gauges utilize a simple vacuum or nylon hose to connect the gauge directly to the intake manifold. For electronic gauges, a pressure sensor is connected to the intake manifold and a...[READ MORE]
EVO X Brake Pad Install
As most of us know, brake pads are vital to our EVO X, or generally vital for that matter! But, our concern lies mostly in the EVO , and its brake pads. Just like with tires, brake pads wear ní tear. Itís said that brake pads may last anywhere from 40k to 100k miles. But, the total duration of how long and how often you drive your baby are things to consider too. If itís time to get those brake pads replaced, and you got a hold of new ones, then we can instruct you on how to give your ride...[READ MORE]
Recent Reviews
Reviewed By: Alexnader
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I bought this turbo time. Cause its very small compared to the other older models. Havent had one problem with.
Reviewed By: Tsiong
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I bought this model because it is built and looks durable compared to the newer generation timers. It has auto and manual features. I have had it over a year now and never gave me any problems whatsoever. I would recommend this product.
Reviewed By: Devin
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These work great with the oem HID\'s and look great cosmetically as well. They do NOT suck unless you do not like yellow fogs....
Reviewed By: Tony
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The best evo x clutch. Have full turbo back exhaust, cams, reflash and other minor bolt on mods
Reviewed By: DJ
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Much better than stock. Carbon fiber look real good!!!

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