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 Post subject: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 4:51 pm 
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Feel free to list the mods you have done to your Iggys
And ones your want in the future!

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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 5:08 pm 
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where do I start, Parts already owned some have been fitted but car is now off the road for full turbo build.
The list below has not been updated for a while now but will get around to it one day.
Cusco parts:
adjustable panhard rod
Front underbody brace V1
Front underbody brace V2
Front strut brace with brake booster support

Suzukisports/monter sport:

Carbon gauge pod
Coilovers with street and race spring sets.
Side mirrors
lowered driver seat rail
Oil baffle setup
Complete bush set for suspension
Braided brake lines
Heavy duty valve springs
short shift kit
radiator cap
rear upper body brace missing 2 bars that go to floor.
ST-x muffler
Clutch pedal and foot rest
carbon bonnet
Flywheel fitting kit
tyre valve caps
wheel nuts
Carbon Dash panel inlay
spark plug leads
carbon eng cover
bump stops
front roll bar bushes

Other part owned/fitted to car:
JWRC Wide body kit
tein lowered springs
Sports front Grill x2 One spare
KN 57i intake
Front and rear tow hooks
Adaptronic ECU
Garret GTX2863 turbo.
Steam pipe turbo manifold
Factory fog lights x 2 have a spare set.

Audio side is all pioneer will have to do that list another day.
If you have any question please ask.


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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:23 am 
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So far:

King Springs 30mm low front & rear
Cusco front strut brace
Redback custom 2" catback exhaust (high flow resonator & rear muffler) & twin tailpipe
SuzukiSport cold air intake
PFX400 Powerfilter
Drilled alloy pedals
Alloy gearshift lever
Alcantara shift boot
Beesting aerial

Next month:

KYB front & rear shocks

Next 3 months:

Powerflex front & rear polyurethane bushes
Cusco front underbody brace

Next 12 months:

Full panel respray
Repair/repaint Enkei alloy wheels

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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:57 pm 
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My ignis sport to date:

Suzukisport one make race series coilovers
Cusco under brace 1 & 2
Cusco strut brace with brake booster brace
Cusco adjustable rear panhard rod
Powerflex bushes all round
Suzukisport front swaybar bushes
Radiator grill backing removed
Whiteline rear anti-swaybar
Front camber pins
HEL braided brake lines
MTEC slotted front rotors
Green stuff pads
Rota R-spec 16x7 wheels
Hankook RS-3 tyres/Toyo Proxes R1R
Suzukisport valve caps

Catback exhaust
K&N panel filter
Cusco catch can
Samco radiator hoses
Suzukisport leads and sparkplugs
Monstersport carbonlook plug cover
Suzukisport blue anodised oil filler cap
Monstersport 1.3 bar radiator cap
Genuine JWRC carbon mirrors (off the 4 door rally car)
Monstersport spotlight pods and IPF spotlight
Suzukisport short shift kit
Tegiwa gear lever extension
Suzukisport clutch pedal relocation kit and footrest
Suzukisport carbon gauge garnish
A couple of different suzukisport gearknobs
Autogauge digital coolant temp gauge
Ecliptech sequential shift light
Sparco pedals
Custom fire extinguisher mount & extinguisher
Suzuki windscreen sunstrip
Fusion mechless head unit, jaycar kevlar speakers, Soundstream under seat subwoofer

That's about it!


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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:37 pm 
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What mine came with:
  • SuzukiSport adjustable shock absorbers
  • Sportier muffler
  • Tinted windows
  • Factory fog lamps
  • Alpine head unit
  • Monster panel filter

What i've done so far (since October this year):
  • EBC GreenStuff rear pads
  • JVC DAB+ double-din head unit
  • Bluetooth handsfree
  • Hardwired dash cam
  • Dash phone charger
  • Repaired tons of stone chips
  • Much polishing
  • Degrease/clean engine bay
  • Adjusted clutch pedal and relubricated all linkages
  • Additional ground cable for engine head (near spark plugs)
  • Cleaned/oiled panel filter

What I'm planning:
  • Put old sub/amp/6x9 box in boot (currently half-complete)
  • Sound/heat insulation in rear panels
  • Even more polishing
  • Iridium plugs (someone put $5 plugs in it... grr!!!)
  • Soft compound tyres
  • Better oil (5W30 like Suzuki intended)
  • Install lamps in lower rear reflectors
  • Find/install an OEM antenna

I did the lamps in my old car and kinda liked it:
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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:43 am 
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Russell, you can have my OEM aerial if you want
I replaced it with a beesting aerial, no need for the original

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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 6:51 am 
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I can vouch for the iridium plugs
They cost about $25 each but last 100,000 km
I also use Castrol Syntrax full synth trans oil
Expensive but also lasts 100K
Much smoother shifts compared to normal oils

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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 11:35 am 
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suzi sports24 wrote:
where do I start, Parts already owned some have been fitted but car is now off the road for full turbo build

Adaptronic ECU
Garret GTX2863 turbo.

What cr will you be aiming for and how much boost are you planning to run? Very keen to see the results!

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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 12:14 pm 
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Vuka14 wrote:
I can vouch for the iridium plugs
They cost about $25 each but last 100,000 km
I also use Castrol Syntrax full synth trans oil
Expensive but also lasts 100K
Much smoother shifts compared to normal oils


I need to do a trans oil change, but had extreme difficulty in removing the drain/fill plugs, might have to leave that one to Suzuki. :(


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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2014 4:02 pm 
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Pauly: unsure on what CR to run still in 2 minds: first forge everything and run standard CR 11:1 with 'blueprint' engine or 2nd forge the lot and go 1.8lt and 'blueprint' and CR around 7.5-8.5:1 for more boost. end of the day goal is 200KW @ wheels.


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 Post subject: Re: Ignis Sport Modifications
PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2014 7:52 pm 
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suzi sports24 wrote:
Pauly: unsure on what CR to run still in 2 minds: first forge everything and run standard CR 11:1 with 'blueprint' engine or 2nd forge the lot and go 1.8lt and 'blueprint' and CR around 7.5-8.5:1 for more boost. end of the day goal is 200KW @ wheels.


If your goal is 200kw don't run anything under 9.0:1 comp
And lower is unnecessary


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