About Lancer Evolution Evo VI
EVO V with wider wheelbase greatly improved steering performance won the 1998 WRC double material championship. However, in order to meet the requirements of the 1999 WRC Air Force Suite competition, the size change was carried out. On January 22, 1999, EVOVI was officially launched.
In 1999, the new WRC regulation stipulated that the air force package must be in the car body, so EVOVI not only eliminates the protrusion of the front retainer and rear tail, but also achieves the same level of cooling effect and aerodynamic performance as EVO V. The modification of license plate position, the miniaturization of fog lamp and the unique hemispherical fog lamp shade increase the area of cooling opening and reduce some wind resistance more or less. As for miniaturization of the rear tail, the double-wing ensures sufficient down force. The vehicle's direction shifts from power to durability upgrade based on EVO V's amazing strength of 280 horsepower and 38 KGM peak torsion with 2L exhaust. This change is aimed at upgrading credibility. First, the piston uses a cooling groove, which uses oil to circulate on the top of the piston to cool the piston and improve the detonation resistance limit. However, due to the increase of oil temperature in this way, the specification of air-cooled oil cooler is enlarged, and the heat dissipation is increased by about 23%. At the same time, the design of introducing cooling air into the inlet of the former rod holder and discharging hot air from the side is adopted. Furthermore, the cooling water pipeline is improved to increase the circulating water volume, which greatly improves the cooling performance of the whole engine. In addition, the shape of oil pan has been improved to cope with the increase of oil temperature.
Product description: Evo 4-8 G63 CT9A carbon fiber Engine Plug Cover
Engine plug cover