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 Post subject: Re: A GTi build from Hungary (base car is MK4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 5:02 pm 
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I thought that I could update my own thread as well after long months (almost years) of silence. I hope there will be some members who are interested in it.
A lot of things have happened since my last update. I also had to remove a lot of links to pictures from this thread as they were broken. I tried to replace them but I didn't have those pictures anymore because my computer had been broken some time before.

First of all; please accept my apologies as this won't be a usual build thread: I won't change anything in the engine, I would like to keep it as stock as it is possible. I am a big fan of the stock GTi. It can be that I will have it rebuilt to a stock Cultus-spec engine, time and money will tell. However, I will change a lot of things on the exterior while I have already made some changes to the interior. My GTi will be a unique blend of the different types of markets and of the different types; there will be a little mk1-mk2-mk3-mk4, and a little of the JDM, European, North-American cars in her. I have planned everything and now I will start the slow work.

No problems arose in the engine in the past 2 years. She is very strong and fast, I love her. There is no oil consumption at all and no oil leaking. The gearbox is also perfect. The average fuel consumption is about 6,3-6,4L/100km, that's perfect! The chassis is also in perfect condition, I bought her when she was 6 years old and basically she has remained a 6 years old Swift as I rarely drive her. She is my hobby so I try to keep her in very good condition.

I would like to show you some interesting features of the mark4's today. I have some friends on this forum and they told me that the community might be interested in these so I should have uploaded some pictures about them.

As I have already mentioned before, my car belongs to a special serie called Sport V. This serie got unique plush seats with red "Sport" ebroideries. They look fairly good.

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In the following picture you will see the "Sport" embroidery and another interesting feature: the adjustable seatbelt mount.

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Then, here are some switches:

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The dimmer switch dial is for the adjustable headlights. The height, to where the beams of the headlights point can be adjusted electronically with that switch. An Australian friend of mine told me that the switch on the right side, next to the switch of the mirrors was also a little bit different. That belongs to the rear fog light.

The dash is also a little bit different (especially in the places and the shapes of the switches), it's basically a "modernized" mk3 dash. It is grey in colour and as you can see in the pictures, beige A, B and C pillar plastics are combined with it.

It also has padded sun visors...

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...and dual airbags.

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The speedometer of the Sport serie is also different in its colour: it has blue face dials:

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And finally, a picture of the mk4's rear fog light:

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I think I haven't left out anything but I will update this if necessary. :)

Here is a picture of the engine bay in its current state, apart from the dirt on the hood and from the radiator cap...:

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... because I changed it to the cap of the Swift Sport as it is a higher pressure one.

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She looked like this last year...:

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...and like this not long ago:

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And recent pics:

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I only drive her occasionally during winters but I have a winter setup as well: GTi steelies with mk2 GTi hubcaps. The latter are fairly rare in Hungary especially in a condition like this:

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I have to go now but I will continue with uploading the pictures about the changes I have recently done to the car later. I hope you like these.

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 Post subject: Re: A GTi build from Hungary (base car is MK4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:26 pm 
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I have come back with the second half of the story.
I was involved in an accident 3 months ago. I was driving on a 2x2 lane road when a romanian DAF XF105 truck hit the side of my car from the other lane. He wanted to change lanes and he did not see me. Because of the hit my car spinned, thanks to God, I had very good reflexes and my heart did not leave me, so I did everything I could to stabilize the status of my car. Fortunately none was hurt, but the left side of my GTi did not look that good at all. And of course I had very good luck as we all now how strong a Swift is... #-o

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The structure of the car remained unhurt, we only had to change the door and the fender, so she got a new SGP fender and a used door, the costs of the repair (more than 1300 AUD) were paid by the truck's insurer. There were so deep scratches on the rims that we could not polish them so I decided to respray them to matte, silky bronze. I could bring her home on the 14th of August.

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I changed the white side indicators back to the factory orange the following day.

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I will have to change the wheel centre caps to black ones as those would suit the new colour of the rims better. That's all for the exterior modifications for now.

I have accumulated some interior parts and bits during the past few months and 2 weeks ago, I decided to start installing them. There were some parts at my friend's place as well, you could see the pictures about the meeting in the 1.6 Turbo thread when I took those parts from him.

Here are some pictures:

My friend, Drew sent me a set of SuzukiSport pedals as a birthday present. Thank you very much Mate! :)

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I had been able to buy 6 sets of the genuine side sill guards from Italy, of course I kept one set for myself.

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I had got mk2 GTi seats from my friend, here is how they looked like drying after a good wash and cleaning:

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I had to change the rails on them, but that was not a problem. :) Now, they look like as if they were almost new.
I also got a trunk carpet with them. In the mk4's, the trunk is not carpeted but rather covered by a vinyl-like material. I prefer the carpet, so I changed this as well when I installed the seats. In this picture you can see the trunk light as well, I don't know whether it can be found in all of the Australian cars or not.

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Pictures of the seats:

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I had decided to install the sill guards as well, they weren't installed properly when these pictures were taken.

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The properly installed sill guards and the SS pedals can be seen here:

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I still have to change the fabric on the door panels to suit the mk2 GTi seats better. I have a pair of mk3 GTi door panels waiting in my garage, I just don't have enough time to do it.

That's how far we got for now. I have plenty of ideas and as after being unemployed for lots of months, I have just got a new job with a reasonably good pay, I will soon be able to make more changes to the car. (midwing, blue wheel nuts, getting my GTi side skirts painted and installed and many more)

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 Post subject: Re: A mark4 converted into a GTi (mk4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:19 pm 
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surely i cant be the only one that noticed, but the blue dial's dont look like they are/were made for that car. the Top speed is only 200km/h (not 220km/h) the Tach Stops at 8,000 (not 9500) and the odometer doesnt show 100,000's.

Could be just me though.

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 Post subject: Re: A mark4 converted into a GTi (mk4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:39 pm 
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8 valve dash and Im guessing its a converted GTi
still coming along nicely though.
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 Post subject: Re: A mark4 converted into a GTi (mk4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:47 pm 
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Thank you GTP and you are right: my car was originally a Suzuki Swift 1.3 GS Sport V with a G13BA 1.3 8 Valve engine and it was built in 2002 in the Suzuki Factory in Esztergom, Hungary. Hence is the strange speedometer. All of the 8 valve cars here had dials with a top speed of 200 km/h and with a tach stopping at 8000 rpm. Regarding the odometer: we have never got such speedometers that has odometers showing 100,000's and I hadn't seen such odometers in Swifts till I registered on RedlineGTi. :) The whole speedometer will be changed to a JDM one later.

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 1:49 am 
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A very little update; these have just arrived in the post:

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The other one belongs to my friend, Drew; Mate, I will send it out as soon as possible... :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:09 am 
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Here are two pictures after installation:

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It looks strange at first sight. My eyes have already got used to it so I think I like it. :)

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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Just a little update; a few parts arrived on Thursday.
I had some good luck and could get a brand new, genuine SGP JDM Mk2 rear upper bumper piece for cheap:

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The other things are not that common either: factory seat warmer switches for the Mk4 dash:

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In the picture above you can see the blank switch plates in red frame which will be replaced by these. These switches are extremely rare, as far as I know, only some of the Mk4's were equipped with seat warmers.
Some of the Mk3's were also equipped with it along with headlight washers but those had different switches:

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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They wheels look so much better are you going to lower it

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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Thanks papa!

No, I don't plan to lower it any further, it has already been lowered by 4cm.
Here is another picture from Summer as a proof:

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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We have just bought a couple of brand new and genuine Cultus mk2 taillights:

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I still have to buy mk2 lower bumpers.

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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You sure have to buy some mk2 bumpers. Looks great on a mk4 to my humble opinion. :P

And with the original mk2 bumper lip it is even more beautiful!


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 Post subject: Re: A GTi build from Hungary (base car is MK4 2002)
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DrelvisGTi wrote:
Could you please post a clearer picture of the front end? I am fascinated by that modern looking front bar! :shock:

That facelift was to bring them into line with the Baleno, it also shows you how the heritage led to the follow-on styling of the Ignis.
Im more fascinated with the mk4 dash :-k
Im assuming the dash mounts are the same as a mk3 (mk2 ph2 to our european compatriots)
What sort of glass does it have in the hatch, no demister bars (like UsDm Geo metro) or straight lines (like JDM) or does it have them shaed to match a high mount 3rd brakelight...?


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Hi Steve!

Yes, as far as I know, the dash mounts are the same but the mk4 dash is of worse quality. I mean it gives out many sounds when you are driving on a bad quality road. The only advantage is that it has 2 airbags.
As for the rear glass; it has shaped demister bars to match the 3rd brakelight.

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Hello! congratulations for the car! very beautiful! a question ... but how do you find the pieces Suziki sports?? Here in Italy I can not find anything ... and also I do not know where to look abroad...


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Cheers Mate for the kind post!
As for the Suzuki Sport items; I ordered the gear knob from Monster but as far as I know they sold out all those not long ago. So they are not obtainable as new items anymore :( I got the pedals from my friend, DrelvisGTi as a birthday present. You should try to find items like these browsing Japanese auctions!

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Sweet ride and good thread. I love the new look of the rims (painted). Aways sucks to have one's car hit though. I need to find dash switches for my car. Headlamp leveling, rear fog, seat warmers and headlamp washing. Have a set of the MK4 tail lights from a Bulgarian 2003 GS coming to my house. I hope they have the rear fog capability built in too. Looking forward to more updates.

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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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Thanks for the compliments!
A lot of time has passed since I last updated this thread, honestly, I thought that nobody was interested :lol: Will update soon, I promise.
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Have a set of the MK4 tail lights from a Bulgarian 2003 GS coming to my house. I hope they have the rear fog capability built in too.


Have you bought the wiring, too? The rear fog light is built into these Mk4 lights, don't worry! A bit above this post you can see it switched on (I uploaded a picture of it).

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Headlamp leveling, rear fog, seat warmers and headlamp washing.

The headlamp leveling one is not rare at all but unfortunately the seat warmers and headlamp washing switches are :( Rear fog switch is common here, it can be found in any of the Swifts! It is not available in the States?

That white car in your signature is really nice!

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This project is still going on, I rarely had time to do anything on the car in the past 4-5 years.

Installed the seat warmer switches though:

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Had the side skirts color coded:

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Bought a set of side skirt mounting brackets:

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Installed a 'roof clock' from a Mk2 GTi:

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Bought front and rear Mk2 GTi bumpers:

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Also bought some new decals:

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Genuine floor mats in good condition, I just need to give them a good clean as they are very dirty:

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A good friend of mine found a midwing for me:

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I also bought a cluster from a Mk3 GTi but I had to modify it. I wanted to keep the small icon for my air bags in the cluster but no GTi clusters have those icons in them. I modified this one so that it can show me if there are any problems with the bags. I think nobody else has a cluster like this.

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I needed to change the exhaust and I chose this MTS muffler. It has a really good sound but it is not too loud. Basically it is the same as the OEM system the only difference is that it has an oval end instead of the dual pipes. I also installed an almost new OEM catalysator.

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I had some Mk3 GTi plastics, took the cloth inserts and put them on my 2002 light grey door cards:


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 Post subject: Re: G13BA mark4 converted to a GTi (mk4 2002)
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Did the same on the rear plastics:

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