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Old 16th January 2008, 21:42   #1
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Cheers to k.s motorsport for the killer install and car....the car is now ready andd running like a beast

list of mods

garett turbo
intercoller
oversized pistons
bottom half worked on
custom piping for turbo install
exedy stage 3 clutch
excess 2 pot brake system and upgraded hoses
full jbl ice install
boost and air fuel ratio gauges
turbo timer
fuel pump
fuel regulater
pipercross filter
custom two tone interior and exterior
angel eyes front and different rear lights
magnaflow exhaust system
race dynamics ECU.
apex i data log
16' rims with 205 g3s





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Old 16th January 2008, 21:45   #2
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One of the best looking swifts on the forum imho. I reckon its pretty fast too!
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Thats one hell of a modifications gemballa and as sOuljah had said, its one of the best looking swifts and any more close pics and exhaust notes to add on will be surely appreciated dude
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CHeers to k.s motorsport for the killer install and car....the car is now ready andd running like a beast

list of mods

oversized pistons
bottom half worked on


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Didnt understand whats going on in this pic. Looks like intake is removed from compressor, whats the bypass tube before turbine entry.


What size piston are you using. Is it a bored out block or did you mean forged piston?
What mods are made to the bottom end?
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Old 16th January 2008, 22:28   #5
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The equipment list looks promising. Whats the 0-100 and you didnot dyno it?
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Old 17th January 2008, 01:00   #6
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sweet ride dude, what do u mean by bottom half worked on?
P.S.- i see u like almost everyday ripping her on sea face!
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Old 17th January 2008, 04:59   #7
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bottom half means pistons and bore...ya im always on sea face either this or my other car but ya i drive a lot.....not sure zero to hundered as i dont have timing equip but there is a bit of lag and a lot of wheel spin but if u get me on a rolling start on boost ohhhhhh its alllll over....will post dyno results as they are done....as for the dude asking me the question on the pipes etc... my best answer is to go ask the technician i just took the pic and drive
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I have some questions (they are not rhetorical questions, I genuinely want to know this stuff):

Which turbo (I can see Garrett but model)?

How many psi?

Why the need for "Apexi datalog" when RD ECU has inbuilt datalogging facility?

Was the car dyno'ed before and after mods?

What fuel do you need to run it on? Does it run on 87?

How much money?
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Hey Gemballa,

Awesome job man. This is a hard worked mod. Those wheels look like a perfect fit. What's the aspect ratio of the tyres.
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Old 17th January 2008, 09:37   #10
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Congrats on T-ing your swift. Nice list of goodies have gone in to the install.

Have a few Question:
a) What is the Cubic Capacity of the Engine now with the over-sized pistons?

b) I liked your wheels? What brand are they?

c) I read elsewhere on the forum that you are running rear-discs. Can we have some details and pictures on these?

Enjoy your ride!!
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how much did it cost you for the job.how is the performance after the job.the car looks good ,can we have some close ups of the exterior.
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even i see your car on seaface alot. it looks really good in the night.
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Hi Gamebell,

Saw your same car yesterday evening on W.E highway at 6.20/6.30 while returning from office ,, was taht your car ?

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it would be nice and helpful if u can post out the cost of the install. would like to know how much it really comes upto. some people give out crazy figures. cheers mate neat car drive safe though
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bottom half increases displacement by bout 80cc i ithink....car is running 7 psi and rims are voltec. car has only been running on 97 octance and wont work with 87. as for the cost its alot so pls stop asking me that.... pls read list of mods...it clearly does not mention rear disc brakes plus in my other post regarding brakes i mentioned there are no rears and it is not required.....as for the swift on the expressway its a friends car with a high compression setup...ususal head port, cam etc....i believe he was rippppin it hard

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