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I'm new to the Evo world, but know dsm's fairly well and have admired the EVO for as long as i can remember, I'm waiting to go to boot camp for the marine corps and afterwards hopefully i will finally buy my evo. but my question is this(i apologize if its been posted before, but i searched and did not find the answer i was looking for)

Where can you get Ralliart parts in the US?? Is there a website or anything that distributes them?
 

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lafnatu said:
I'm new to the Evo world, but know dsm's fairly well and have admired the EVO for as long as i can remember, I'm waiting to go to boot camp for the marine corps and afterwards hopefully i will finally buy my evo. but my question is this(i apologize if its been posted before, but i searched and did not find the answer i was looking for)

Where can you get Ralliart parts in the US?? Is there a website or anything that distributes them?
Pretty sure you have to get them from the UK...at least that's why a local club member has to do for all his Ralliart parts.

Btw, good luck affording the Evo as a junior enlisted. Even as a single E-5 in the Corps with BAH, I couldn't afford anything remotely close to an Evo. Hopefully, you'll be able to, because it's a DSM-owner's dream! ldstang50 does it, though, so it can be done! :p
 

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well man, im determined to get one. another question that recently came to light...how hard wouldi t be to find/import a jdm gsr 6 speed for an evo that isn't an MR?
 

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ralliart=expensive

brand new in the corps=broke

affording a evo while your're a brand new private=super broke...

not saying its not possiable but you will be hurting gas, insurance, and trying to mod... damn :eek:

only reason i make it with mines is i've been in a while (us army 15 yrs) wife works, no kids....
 
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