What service intervals?enjoy those service intervals. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Where'd you get 900 dollars out of?Maybe he's talking about the brembo's that cost around $900 to replace when they wear. :dontknow: That's kind of expensive....OR if you actually race your car, the fried/blown clutch.
i love my m to death...but something about the hooliganism that I caused ripping around with my BCRH and BC Spec III exhaust that I miss. The only thing that sounded even remotely close to me in terms of pitch and shear volume was a sportbike with a slip on exhaust at WOT. no lies.
but...im happy with my decision. Have my exhaust coming late this week/early next week for the M. Also having a CSL bootlid put on as we speak. :thumbsup:
Read this first page and what happened to the evo within its first 25k miles. You would think Mitsubishi would give a magazine a quality car to test. It lists the brakes w/labor costing $900+ and the clutch replacement with labor at over $1500+.Where'd you get 900 dollars out of?
Caliper rarely have to be replaced due to wear. Evo brake pads are marginally more expensive than RSX's, and rotors can be turned. The price difference is negligible unless you need to swap out the calipers. Clutch replacement on the evo is the same as clutch replacement on any other car.