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 Post subject: My Suzuki Baleno 1.8 Hatch Turbocharged
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:33 am 
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Hi guys,

I'm Kaan from the Netherlands (Amsterdam) and this is my Baleno Hatch 1.8. Very rare car here in the Netherlands.

At the moment i'm busy turbocharging it. I could use some extra info on this. I already have the following parts:

- Iron cast manifold
- Garrett T3 60 trim turbo
- Adaptronic E420C Standalone incl. Baleno wiring loom.
- 440cc injectors
- Walbro 255lph fuel pump
- HKS SSQV black edition original


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 Post subject: Re: My Suzuki Baleno 1.8 Hatch Turbocharged
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2014 5:48 am 
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Nice baleno you got there! =D>

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 Post subject: Re: My Suzuki Baleno 1.8 Hatch Turbocharged
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2014 6:14 am 
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Well done. Have you had it on the dyno yet and if so what did it do?

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 Post subject: Re: My Suzuki Baleno 1.8 Hatch Turbocharged
PostPosted: Fri Dec 19, 2014 3:56 pm 
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Make sure you clean the oil pickup in the sump, and run a decent catch can system
Oil contamination/blockage of pickup and pump is what commonly causes failures in the J series engines (they starve of oil and flog out main bearings)
Also check the guides on the chain drive, the nylon wears and this also causes oilling problems due to the residue.
What compression are you running and how much boost?
The camshafts are set up for fuel economy, so billets or regrinds can pick up a lot of potential that engine lacks in standard form.
Gearboxes are good (as it's the large frame gear set) the new swift internals can be swapped in if you're looking for shorter ratios and a 4.1:1 final drive..
Swiftsport RS31S LSD can be adapted also.
Set your water cooling circuit up for thermo siphoning when engines not running, and put oil return line down at oil level in sump, as having it above fill level can cause burning of return oil in sump. That's the basic stuff that springs to mind, which should give you a powerful/reliable outcome


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