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Old 24th November 2010, 19:37   #1
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Default Suzuki Swift G13B Exhaust Turbo Manifold - Zage Turbosystems

Log-type Exhaust Turbo manifold developed for G13B engines developed by Zage Turbosystems, Taiwan. Suitable for Swift, Esteem (G13B) & Baleno (G16B) engines.

The manifold includes an External wastegate mount. Costs around USD 145 shipped to India

Zage Turbosystem Inc. - Turbocharger and Accessories.

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The site only mentions Swift and the manifold is for M15, not G13/16.
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Thought its not listed, they have the manifold for G13B. These are the pictures.
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Sounds interesting. The whole kit is available for the Swift & some other cars. Who knows how reliable the ZAGE turbo is compared to Garrett ? Any idea on price of the full kit ?



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Contact N1 Engineering from the tuners page,they deal in zage turbo's and turbo kits,installed on a honda city vtec,been over a year and working fine at 7psi,making 147whp,daily driven car,overall its a nice kit,lets you retain ac and power steering,hope this helps,cheers,happy revving..!
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Are you talking about the Red Honda that they did? I heard that car was proving to be quite unreliable.

Anyways, It is good that there are cast MAnifolds available now. Negates the problems of a weld giving way on the pipe-type manifolds used usually.
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Good cast manifolds have been available for our Honda for close to a decade now

If people get fooled into buying an Indian-made manifold that looks like some animal threw it out its backside, it is nobody but the owner's fault. This manifold http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post2241670 (My TURBO-Charged Swift Petrol! And a dyno graph too) is made by Red Rooster Racing, supposedly the best tuning house in India. The funny BOV sounds and turbo lag usually keeps the owners too busy to notice glaring stuff like this.
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This manifold is made by Red Rooster Racing, supposedly the best tuning house in India. The funny BOV sounds and turbo lag usually keeps the owners too busy to notice glaring stuff like this.
I dont think RR made that, he bought the kit second hand.
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Good cast manifolds have been available for our Honda for close to a decade now

If people get fooled into buying an Indian-made manifold that looks like some animal threw it out its backside, it is nobody but the owner's fault. This manifold http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post2241670 (My TURBO-Charged Swift Petrol! And a dyno graph too) is made by Red Rooster Racing, supposedly the best tuning house in India. The funny BOV sounds and turbo lag usually keeps the owners too busy to notice glaring stuff like this.
Take a looksie at the manifold of my Swift.. Does that meet your approval ??


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Old 16th February 2011, 22:19   #10
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I dont think RR made that, he bought the kit second hand.
Taken from the owner's reply from his own thread.

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The entire FFE was created by Red rooster. It is a GT20 turbo and 7.6 Psi.


I really need to verify on this during my next visit to RRR. This was created by Leela a few years back what I get to understand. Thanks for this pointer. Cheers.
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No cyrus its not the red honda,the red honda had some issue's of its own which were not technical,anyways,hope this helps whoever is looking for cast manifolds and kits from zage,cheers,happy revving..!
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Ive seen turbo(gt20) swifts being built at red rooster and their manifolds look nothing like this.
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Is the ZAGE turbo kit currently in use by anyone ? Does it come for the 1.3L indian version ?
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I have the below mentioned Swift turbo manifold with matching EMUSA external wastegate with different PSI springs

If interested PM me.
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These are the pictures. Also see Mitsubishi compact side-mount intercooler & EMUSA blow off valve.

EMUSA - new
Zage Log Manifold - New
Innertercooler- used

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