Fluidampr Crankshaft Dampers have arrived!

RallySport Direct now carries the Fluidampr Crank Pulley for most Subaru models, as well as the Evolution 8/9. Also known as a harmonic balancer, these crank pulleys are designed to reduce crankshaft torsional vibration. This is considered to be end-to-end twisting and rebound motion that is generated through each power stroke. A quality harmonic balancer will contribute to greater valve train and timing efficiency, and will prolong the life of critical engine components such as your main bearings, oil pump, and the crankshaft.

RallySport Direct invades fashion week with their summertime fashion lineup!

RallySport Direct storms fashion week with the release of their summertime lineup. The divine Italian inspired ensembles have caught the attention which includes the likes of the Mary Kate Twins, the Prince of Persia, and Chef Boyardee.  Expect the paparazzi to swarm the streets of Beverly Hills to get their first glance of what may be considered the next fashion revolution. Surprised? Don’t think so girlfriend. Once you witness these fashion miracles, you’ll understand why these will sell out in record numbers. 

MagnaFlow wants us all to get along. Now available for your WRX, STi, and the Evo!

Oftentimes when an import owner thinks of the brand Magnaflow, you think of old dudes wearing stone washed vests with frayed shoulder ends, Kenny Powers’ sunglasses gathered around a garage talking about horsepower and horsepower accessories. Typically the subject of the said horsepower machine is a V8 with some kind of flaming paint job, and has an exhaust system to make sure you hear all 8 of them cylinders firing all that freedom.

New product: Racecomp Engineering’s catback exhaust system for the 2011-2015 WRX/STi sedan!

Racecomp Engineering has knocked it out of the ballpark again with their latest catback exhaust systems for the 2011-2015 WRX/STI sedan.  This is the perfect setup for those of you who want performance gains, but not something that’s not too “hey erryone look at me braap”. The exhaust tone is fairly serious with little to no rasp. Let’s have a closer look.