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Old 29th December 2006, 04:31   #31
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hey just got the car back form viper...did all u said plus the tri phase...moves well
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Old 6th January 2007, 10:09   #32
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if more air goes into the combustion chamber then logically more force should be exerted on the piston and hence more should be vibration (considering that the engine is not desinged to take that much air)... isnt it ? am i wrong here ?
AFAIK, the safety factor for passenger cars is put at 2.5 . In that case the engine output can also be increased to a max of 250% . I am not sure about the engine, somebody comment on this. But its true for structural rigidity and suspension.

P.S. the safety factor for sports cars is put at 1.5, shocked??. This is explained as the number Kilometers travelled by passenger cars is way greater than sports cars. (if my statements need correction, please suggest)
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Old 8th January 2007, 19:33   #33
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1> Free Flow Exhaust
2> Throttle Body Enlargement
3> Porting/Polishing
4> Head Shaving
5) tri phase performance unit
6) headers
7) uprated clutch
8) 2 tone red and black interior
9) pioneer head unit running full jbl set up front components, rear speakers and jbl bass tube
10) 15' alloys with 205s yokos
11) 2 tone black and white paint job
12) sport air filter and iradium spark plugs

RUNNING ON 97 OCTANE SINCE NEW

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Old 8th January 2007, 20:08   #34
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Looks crisp!
What make are those alloys and how much did you get them for?
How sportier is the ride?
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Old 10th January 2007, 12:17   #35
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Looks crisp!
What make are those alloys and how much did you get them for?
How sportier is the ride?
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not sure the make but they cost bout 35 grand roughly..... the handling is much improved and the ride is a lot more sportier and very responsive
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Old 10th January 2007, 12:30   #36
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Car looks good. Good thing you kept it a sleeper.
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Wow, what a co-incidence. I have the same wheels on my car for more then 2 years. When did you get em??

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Old 11th January 2007, 23:24   #38
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looking at the setup of the air filter..seems it will do more harm then good.

it will suck in even more hotter air than the stock intake system which had an enclosed box. the filter is not going to get any cold air into the system, just plenty of super hot air and very quickly..

also the pipe connecting the filter is going to get cooked by the engine heat.

dude.. reroute the piping or get a heat sheilded enclosure otherwise you are going to just reduce the power with this setup...
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Hi,

This is the original FIPK piping sold by Four Seasons. They had supplied him with a really tiny filter which was installed 3-4 " away from the radiator fan.

We fitted it in this position for 2 reasons lack of place wihtout making any alterations and we did not want his money being wasted as he paid Four Seasons a packet for the pipe, hence we reused the pipe altering it marginally.

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Hi,

This is the original FIPK piping sold by Four Seasons. They had supplied him with a really tiny filter which was installed 3-4 " away from the radiator fan.

We fitted it in this position for 2 reasons lack of place wihtout making any alterations and we did not want his money being wasted as he paid Four Seasons a packet for the pipe, hence we reused the pipe altering it marginally.
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Hey Viper, I think as per the given conditions which you have explained and the budget constraint ..
I think it was the best possible setup for that situation...
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HI
Any one can please tell me .Does changing the spark plug to 2 or 4 pin point once would help to get a better pick up and a good average if yes .Any one tell me were would I get the spark plug .
Thank you in advance
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Old 6th February 2007, 22:45   #42
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Arush,

Could you please share the model number and the brand of the Rims used on the TOXIN(Lancer).

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Old 6th May 2007, 21:14   #43
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just installed the piper cam car running wild
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What camshaft specs?
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Old 6th May 2007, 22:23   #45
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Must be Regrind to Pipers BP 285 Spec, i think viper can throw some more light on this.
aren't any aftermarket cams available for swift, direct bolt on?
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