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    Funny you say that..I've actually uploaded sort of an indepth review video on Youtube of it on my other channel.

    In-depth Review:
    http://youtu.be/GLr3nx6LEvI

    Here is an exhaust clip:
    http://youtu.be/kxJMujFtnIs

    Sadly I don't own the car anymore as I sold it, it was an amazing car while I had it and definitely would buy one in the future.

    Here are a couple "shopped" pics






    Current:
    1996 Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-T Type-M Spec II
    2007 Suzuki GSX-R 600

    Sold:
    1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V GSR
    1996 Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-T Type-M Spec II
    1997 "DSM" Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T 5spd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    I can confirm evo 9 rotors and pads are the same as the evo 5. I swapped rotors with my friend , and they bolted right up
    Answers the question I came here to find!

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    According to the seller, this is the part number for the fuel filter I got from Ebay, by Nipparts (Mits I assume) NT00049.

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    i got my fuel filter at part source: GKI GF6504
    1998 Mitsubishi Evo 5 GSR

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    We actually have one of those here. Thanks rzhang!

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    Bump good thread, this makes me feel more comfortable with the EVO V.

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    I can confirm the oil pan from an EVO V is the same as 8/9.

    I found best cost for the kit (including turbo oil return tube and all gaskets) was through Amayama.com ($230 delivered vs. $410 through mitsu Canada and $340 through lancershop.com)

    Also two good resources:

    1) Camskill.co.uk are knowledgeable for cross platform parts, but unfortunately cannot sell to Canada directly. I used them to research FTO parts then purchase elsewhere.

    2) epc-data .com is a godsend for OEM part numbers, their replacement and cross platform application. For Cross Platform: once you locate the OEM part number, google it and epc-data listings for other vehicles will appear.

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    Thanks for the info, good stuff!

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    I wanted to review my purchase from Amayama.

    They took a few days to respond to my request, but from there things were fast and smooth. Everything arrived 6 days after the order through EMS. No duty was charged on delivery.

    The oil-pan bolted on directly, the only difference was the turbo oil return attached at a different angle, so if you purchase a pan for a 9 or 10 for your 5 or 6 be sure to get a new turbo oil return and gaskets.

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    h ttp://cannell.co.uk/Manuals.htm

    Workshop Manuals, just scroll down to find the Evo V
    (sorry about the broken link, my post count is too low)
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