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3" Downpipe / Exhaust Gasket
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Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump W/Install Kit
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BG Synchro Shift Transmission Fluid 3qt
$58.95
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Mitsubishi EVO IX JDM Rear Bumper (shipped to canada)
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Injen Short Ram Intake- 2008, 2010-2015 Mitsubishi EVO X
$484.95
Walbro EVO 255 Fuel Pump Only
$78.95
Mitsubishi OEM 5 Speed Flywheel Assembly - EVO X
$316.95
Wiseco Asymmetric Skirt Bore 86.50mm - Size +.060 - CR 9.5 Piston Set - EVO 8/9
$585.95
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Leather Gearshift Knob - EVO X
$106.95
Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber License Plate
$38.95
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Transfer Case Assembly - EVO X
$3733.95
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Flywheel Assembly Adapter - EVO X
$36.95
Mitsubishi OEM 6 Speed Clutch Disk - EVO 9
$137.95
Mitsubishi OEM A/C Compressor Bracket - EVO X
$79.95
Hallman Evolution Boost Controller Kit
$165.00
 
EvoTech Article Gallery
Transmission Fluid Change
Whether for regular maintenance or to replace the OEM fluid for improved shifting, changing the tranny fluid is a simple process. Mistubishi recommends changing the transmission fluid every 15000 miles for severe use or every 30000 miles for regular use. There is no such thing as too often, so feel free to change the fluid at earlier intervals, especially if you race. Regularly changing the transmission fluid will keep it in top shape and reduce wear on an extremely expensive part of the...[READ MORE]
Transfer Case Fluid Change
Mistubishi recommends changing the transfer case fluid every 15000 miles for severe use or every 30000 miles for regular use. There is no such thing as too often, so feel free to change the fluid at earlier intervals, especially if you race. Regularly changing the transfer case fluid will keep it in top shape and reduce wear on an extremely expensive part of the driveline![READ MORE]
Clutch Line Bleeding
Installing a braided clutch line or want to remove your clutch restrictor, but aren't sure how to bleed the clutch line when you are done? Have you tried bleeding it and don't seem to be making any progress? Well, here you go! Bleeding the clutch line is not a difficult procedure, however, we even had some issues initially getting the one in the Evo 8 bled properly. Unlike most cars where you can simply begin the bleeding process and just add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir as needed...[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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