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    R5 Evo's & Jokers

    Is it possible to list and explain the content of the jokers and Evo versions that the different R5s cars have gone through since the original car was on sale?
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    Not an easy job Sulland. It was already mentioned here that some manus simply don’t advertise their joker parts or evo kits; in other cases, the info is revealed at the brands sites but it disappear some time later, as the parts become integrated on current stock.
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    You can allways check FIA Homologations on fia.com

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    It's possible to see it in the FIA documents. However it's not so easy to orient in them. You need to know exact number of particular homologation and an understanding what each acronym means.
    https://www.fia.com/sites/default/fi...26.07.2017.pdf

    For example Fabia R5 is homologation No. A5760 and if I understand the acronyms well, they used four jokers - 1.4.2016, 1.7.2016, 1.3.2017, 1.4.2017. Three related to engine and one to transmission but no more details are given.
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    Do the R5s have FIA passports?
    Just so people buying 2nd hand cars get proof of updates, so buyers are not fooled by sellers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    Do the R5s have FIA passports?
    Just so people buying 2nd hand cars get proof of updates, so buyers are not fooled by sellers?
    Yes, they have FIA Gold Passport.

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    What is mandatory to specify in those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWRC View Post
    Yes, they have FIA Gold Passport.
    I believe it's not mandatory to have one - if You don't use the car in FIA events You don't need it.
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    exactly, you receive one (together with rollcage sticker) when you drive FIA event. You have all FIA starts noted there, plus informations about the Jockers, options, software versions, etc

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    can we have a pic?national events are considered as fia events or not.
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