Mitsubishi EVO is good performance car designed for rally. Because it’s good performance it is more and more used for circuit racing. On asphalt the ride height doesn’t have to be as high as on gravel. Lowering the car would give more grip and better handling, but then the factory designed kinematics wouldn’t work as it supposed to. If kinematics is bad, then it decreases mechanical grip and also influences aerodynamical grip as kinematics supports less roll squat and pitch. The Wisefab kit would bring the RC, bump steer, anti-squat and camber curve back to normal range, providing better roll stiffness, better handling and grip.
15 kg of total Front and Rear weight reduction over original components and still maintaining required strength and stiffness
7075-T6 aluminum billet CNC knuckles and with optimized design and all double shear connections provide low weight and high strength. All the Rear links and arms are made of high strength steel. CrMo rod ends and sphericals used instead of rubber bushings Camber and bump steer adjustments. Rear Camber adjustment is built into the upright and it is very easy to use at the trackside. Also possibility to adjust bump steer at the upright The standard 17“ or bigger wheel can be used. If standard wheels are used, then there are no modifications needed for bodywork. If the wheels are wider to outside, then some bodywork should be done to have enough wheel clearance for bump travel.
Brakes can be used from EVO 7, 8 9, or 10. There are 2 caliper attachment possibilities for Rear.
EVO CV joints are known to be very good to handle big power, but for any case if power and grip exceed their limits, then uprights have room for bigger CV joint if needed.
Adjustable anti roll bar (sway bar) motion ratio. There are 3 possibilities for antiroll bar drop link attachments. Changing antiroll bar motion ratio is quick and easy way to tune your car understeer/oversteer
Other components, packaging and clearance. This kit assumes coilovers Minimum rim size is 17“ Original wheel speed sensor can be used.