Mitsubishi EVO 1 RS / GSR

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Mitsubishi EVO 1992-1994

The Lancer Evolution was launched with a 4G63 turbocharged 16-valve engine DOHC engine, an AWD drivetrain from the original Galant VR-4. It was released as GSR and RS models with the same engine type. 

Kelford Cams has created a range of high-performance camshafts for any engine application. Both hydraulic and solid lifter profiles are available:

LANCER EVO 1

Kelford Cams offers a variety of valve train parts that can take your engine build to the next level. The range includes Beehive Valve Springs with Titanium Retainers, Adjustable Cam Gears, Intake and Exhaust valves, manganese bronze valve guides, and more.

Browse the full range now to find the parts you need.

PRODUCTION YEARS

EVO 1992, 1993, 1994

"The Mitsubishi Lancer Legend status begins."

Mitsubishi dominated the Rally Racing scene with the Galant VR-4, but its size hindered its performance. However, this changed with the introduction of the lighter 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer RS.

The Lancer GSR, which was launched in 1992, boasted impressive specs such as 141kW, 255Nm of torque, AWD, and a weight of 2734 lbs (1240 kg). With a 5-speed, 4-cylinder engine, the Lancer GSR could go from 0-100km/h in 7 seconds, which was considered fast in the 1990's, even though it may not sound particularly impressive by today's standards.

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