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Old 2nd December 2010, 15:52   #16
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definately does clear the doubt,they did look like zen rotor's was just trying to figure out what you did for the adapter plate,great effort,i really like the concept of the brake bias from wilwood,should be a great feel to have good lock on the rear aswel,closely watching a nice build also the picture show the standard shifter,so im guessing your yet to install the sequential shifter,did you convert to cable transmission for that?

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@dragger : yes like i said earlier shifter is at customs should get it by monday/tuesday i guess
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, zen front rotors with adaptor plate. hope that answers your question.
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Hey does the hand break work? eager to know that


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O M G !! Another monster build. This "sounds" very serious to novices like me. Kudos to you on this build. This should leave a lot of cars in it's wake !!! (Even Mine)

But I'd be VERY happy to know that your build is the ultimate (till I go forged that is )

So do we see it on REDLINE2 tomorrow ??

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@pramod, yes it works very well .
@ricky : maybe then i'd just plonk a turbo in to keep ruling the roost
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Great work Phil ! waiting eagerly for the final pics and specs !
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Old 3rd December 2010, 17:18   #22
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@pramod, yes it works very well .
@ricky : maybe then i'd just plonk a turbo in to keep ruling the roost

Now THAT's an evil thought !! So you are all set to roll eh ??

All the best !!! May the best car win




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@pramod, yes it works very well .

Hey phill u are the man i am looking for, can you do a similar setup for the lancer? I have some serious project coming up(read found a mighty heart) but breaks are the only turn down, I dont want to change the PCD and i thought about the front disks going to the rear but handbreak would be a problem. Please PM me the cost, i would be greatful


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Is this a G13 or a G16??
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Cyrus its a G13K or call it the cultus engine,74mm(bore) x 75.5mm(stroke) in standard form,so similar to an esteem short block,but the pistons have a + dome,stronger con rods with bushes on the small end of the rods,stronger crank its known to hold a lot of beating,the head is a twincam,with a 27.5cc combustion chamber,agressive cam's as compared to the regular gti twincam,revised throttle body,intake and exhaust manifold from the company itself,all in all yeilds 11.5:1 compression,hope this helps,cheers,happy revving..!
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What's the difference between the G13K and the G13B? isn't the G13B the Swift/Cultus twin-cam?
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Thanks Dragger, That did help.

I think the B is a single cam and the K is a Twin Cam. Correct me if I am wrong please.
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A detailed summary of which g-series engine was sold in what country under what brand name and in which chassis,hope this helps,cheers,happy revving..!

Suzuki G engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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BTW off topic it may be. But the workshop extension is shaping very well. With the flood of cars that stand in & out of the workshop the space is needed.

Can't wait for the Swifty tp come home & the Pajero sit there for teh routine stuff.


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Phil, no updates? pls don't keep us waiting!
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