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It's an accessory. Per Mitsubishi - "Redirects airflow from the front of the vehicle to the sides; helps downforce aerodynamics to keep your customer's Evo hugging the road."It lists "under floor air guide" under accessories.
what is that?
:rock::rock::rock::rock:Read the brochure, the MR gets allll the above and beyond stuff. Somebody needed to stir the pot! Give me a few weeks and I will have all the MR owners at war with all the GSR owners. :rock::rock::rock::rock:lol... and the relevance to this topic is?
Why would you change out your brakes on the MR??? You would spend thousands and get just a little bit better performance. The reason most people are getting the MR is for that SST and the reason that it comes good to go for the track straight from the factory. Replacing some of the parts on the MR for a marginal performance gain would be a pointless waste of money. But if that's your thing go for it. :thumbup:i dont know, most of the things in the mr version, will mostly be changed out for af parts, like the brakes, coilovers, etc, so is the mr worth it, not really
Ask that same question to a formula 1 driver.And c'mon, how can you get a car like that without a clutch?!
Lets keep the peace in these forums:rock::rock::rock::rock:Read the brochure, the MR gets allll the above and beyond stuff. Somebody needed to stir the pot! Give me a few weeks and I will have all the MR owners at war with all the GSR owners. :rock::rock::rock::rock:
F1 Driver vs Daily Driver = HUUUUGE Difference, most DD's dont have to worry about taking turns at 150+ mph lmaoAsk that same question to a formula 1 driver.
Rgory.... i may have to destroy you.F1 Driver vs Daily Driver = HUUUUGE Difference, most DD's dont have to worry about taking turns at 150+ mph lmao
Seems like an oxymoron to me lolIf I want the normal daily driver I would chop my nuts off and buy a prius, But I'm not, I hit the tracks as much as possible and the MR is the perfect combination right from the factory. I can drive the car to work and right when 5 oclock comes around, right to the track. Are you telling me you think the SST is over kill? Doesn't the SST make for an even easier daily driver being that I don't have to shift? In my opinion, the MR is well rounded in every aspect. If you just gottttta have a 3rd pedal then you just gotta have it.
once again... say that to a F1 car driver.... This is more of a argument of whats "cooler" not what makes the better performer. Go ahead and be fast and furious. But there is a reason that top end cars "lambo, Ferrari, Bugatti" use trannies like this... The last 6 cars I owned were all manuals, if I didn't think this would be better than a manual I wouldn't buy it. But then again, everyone's def of "better" will be different.Also I'm not saying it doesn't take skill to race with the MR, I'm only referring to the shifts.