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Old 07-04-2016, 10:15 PM   #1
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EVO V

Hey Guys.
So recently i purchased a 1998 EVO V.
Quickly i found out that stopping by at Lordco to get some parts is not that easy.
Where do i buy a set of break pads and a timing belt?
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Old 07-05-2016, 10:53 PM   #2
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Just search up EVO V pads and timing belt on Lancer Registrar; they should part numbers for the V's. If not maybe check out Evom? You'll need the part numbers to cross reference with North American Mitsubishi parts.

With these numbers, you can check out Lordco, G5, and other places which sell parts
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I'd recommend calling Girodisc. They're located nearby in Bellingham WA and carry pads for the V and are very friendly and knowledgable to deal with over the phone. Of all the big Evo vendors/companies (ETS, full race, MAPerformance, STM to name a few) I've ever dealt with for parts over the phone I had the best customer service from them. A quick Google will pull up their number and website though I don't think you can order the V pads online, they will more than likely have them in stock if you call to order. They have a very street friendly (quiet) pad, the Ss which is streetable but can also be used for Autocross and track days as well as a full race pad compound. They also have full 2 piece rotor upgrades should you go that route later down the road.
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As for the timing belt an Evo 8 OEM or gates timing belt will work. Part number is MD326059. I order oem parts from Mitsubishiparts.net also in WA. I'd recommend doing water pump as well if you're doing the timing belt. Don't forget you will need the tensioner too. Most places like MAPerformance, STM and even mitsubishiparts.net sell everything you need as a "60k service kit" so I recommend just buying that and doing everything at once.

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