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WORKS is the only official Rallytech dealer in the US! Rallytech has been involved in rally for 25 years and has been developing lightweight body components for the rally racing community for 10 years. They offer many creative, durable, and ergonomic solutions to weight reduction for Mitsubishis and Subarus used in WRC. Everything from carbon-fiber firewalls and Kevlar fuel tank guards to carbon-fiber parcel trays are available.

They make TONS of parts for the Evo III-X, so it will take awhile to put them all on our website. You can check out the Evo X section of our website to get a sample:

http://www.worksevo.com/store/index....a&filter_id=43

As of right now all items are special order directly from Rallytech in the UK, and prices are in British Pounds. But we have a link to a currency calculator on each page.

Here are some pics of some Evo X parts, 90% of which should be compatible with the Ralliart and Lancer.

Front and rear carbon fiber door cards:


Carbon fiber shift console:


Carbon fiber mirrors:


Carbon fiber roof scoop with vents:


For more check out their website: http://rallytech.co.uk/
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:12 AM
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DAYuMMM!
I want to be a Billionaire so [email protected] bad!

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Old 06-24-2010, 11:23 AM
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Ha ha, agreed! Those mirrors are really tempting.
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Haha yeah I know. I was looking at this list with our rally driver and we came out to a $15,000 total :/

*EDIT* Actually some of the more reasonable stuff isn't bad at all. The OEM shift console costs $195.77, and the Rallytech one is $179.02 US. The Rallytech mirros are $287.72 ea. but if you damaged your original mirror covers Mitsubishi makes you buy a whole new mirror, which is like $265.
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Yeah like this one! mad props!
http://www.worksevo.com/store/popup_image.php?pID=1779
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Stupid question, But how does carbon fiber do at -40 deg celcius and is it easy to repair if it takes a hit? I ice race mine on frozen lakes up here, and like the weight reduction it provides but I need something that will be flexible if impacted at high speed and extreme cold temps.
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Hey, the only stupid question is one that isn't asked

Honestly, the carbon exterior pieces are probably not what you should use. Carbon is definitely repairable, but it won't be pretty. So as long as it's painted you won't notice a difference. Several of the parts that Rallytech makes they also make in several different composites. Like I said, they have SO MANY parts for this car that it will take time to a while to get it on our site.

The items that would suit your type of racing perfectly would be something like their Carbon/Kevlar Tank Guard or their Epoxy Fender Liners. They make products that are used in WRC, EVERYTHING is made specifically for racing. So some of it has to be pretty beefy. Pretty much any item that's Twintex, Kevlar, or Epoxy will work in those temps.
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