Long story short, I bought my first Evo back in June (2008 GSR, 93,xxx miles now, previous repo, rescued from a crappy car lot halfway across the country), and have already had to replace the clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, brake booster, master cylinder, tires, and windshield, so I'm broke as hell right now. Also had diff fluid changed when I got the new clutch. I was already planning to replace the CV joints soon, as they're starting to leak grease from the boots, and I get the tell-tale knocking on tight, low-speed cornering, but I think something else may be broken as well... While turning left in a parking lot, I romped on it a bit (nothing too heavy), and it started making a loud "ka-THINK" sound, accompanied by a feeling of binding in the drivetrain. When the car's in neutral or the clutch is disengaged, it rolls smooth just fine, but when putting any power to it, going either direction, I can feel pressure build up in the drivetrain, slowing the car, then it releases with the loud "ka-THINK" noise, and the car rolls properly for a second before it happens again. The sound seems to be coming from the middle area of the car (about halfway down the front doors, if you're listening close from the outside). There is no visible damage from under the car (aside from the leaking grease from the CVs), and the joints on the driveshaft appear to be fully intact. Has anyone encountered this before? Did I break something in one of the diffs, or is one of my CVs just absolutely toast? I'm hoping to get it up in the air tomorrow and see if I can track it down further, but any help would be greatly appreciated!!!