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painting and smoothing the edges are on the cards a. just ran out time yesterday. :x

i ran the car without the filter round the block. quicker and louder :D


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man this is my new carbon dynamic airbox from BMC


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Looks fat , how much and where did you get it .?? :D

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it is $600
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http://www.bmcairfilters.com/infoCDA.asp
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http://www.bmcairfilters.com/VisDetail.asp?ID=203

a lot more torque, and about 3kw increase at the wheel,

will get my car dyno test after suspension, motec computer and dyno tune


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i am hoping around 100kw at the wheel by the time i finish all the mod


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Keigo wrote:
a lot more torque, and about 3kw increase at the wheel,


LOL! FastFours couldn't get 3kw at the wheels with 6 months of modding - maybe they are just retarded.

Once again Keigo impresses! You're getting me all envious!


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Keigo wrote:
i am hoping around 100kw at the wheel by the time i finish all the mod


What sort of mod list are you looking at to get that gain in power?

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got exhuast and extractor done, BMC CDA air box done, need is platium sparkplug and suzukisport, sparkplug lead (on order), then apexi s-afc II piggy back computer and dyno tune with meblourne tuning hot house "chasers".


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I'm certainly very interested to see if you can gain 35kw through those mods, can't wait to see the results. Best of luck to you!

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sorry that was 100kw at the flywheel, 100kw at the wheel is just too much, may be about 90kw at the wheel wil be very nice.that is nearly 1:1 ratio in power to weight....... fun to drive at the moment, currently making a intake duct out of perplex it should work..... don't know how to make firbe glass or carbon, it will be nice it is cheap to get someone else to make it. a shop quote me over $1000 for the mold, that is just too much......


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Keigo is it just me or is that new intake tubing creased?

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it is not, it is just a flex tube, but currently make a plastic intake duct , it look ugly but work very well


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markymark wrote:
Just an update on my new intake set up. its basically the same as ignorant ignis, but i just finished a partion today to keep the hot air out. Cost me about a couple of head aches and $10.

Its not pretty but i think it should work.

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this is cool yet obstruct your changing of belt...but that isnt alot of prob though.

Great Job
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ive gone back to the standard box again, just adding a second air feed. it didnt quite go to plan as i wanted to cold air feeds underneath the car. unfortunately there is no room on the drivers side to run any sort of ducting.

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if i did it again i woud keep the standard feed and ad the additional feed on the passager side of the air box.


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Markus I would have returned the piping you gave to me if you wanted/needed it back.

Why the change from your pod setup?

Is the lower pipe attached to the front sway bar like originally? That's how mine is set up. By getting a smaller diameter pipe it is possible to run it under the car & attached it to the front of the car behind the black mesh grille. This is something I may consider later on. Would guarantee cold air feed, but could be compromised by the need for a smaller diameter tube

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Vuka1 wrote:
Markus I would have returned the piping you gave to me if you wanted/needed it back.

Why the change from your pod setup?

Is the lower pipe attached to the front sway bar like originally? That's how mine is set up. By getting a smaller diameter pipe it is possible to run it under the car & attached it to the front of the car behind the black mesh grille. This is something I may consider later on. Would guarantee cold air feed, but could be compromised by the need for a smaller diameter tube


thepod did not have a cold air feed.

the pipe is to the sway bar again. i can mod your to have a second feed for about $2. it would use the original intake and just cut a whole on the same side as the original feed. the $2 would be for a PVC fitting. PM if interested


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I'm looking at buying the SuzukiSport air intake later this year
I can modify the std front grill to get greater cold air feed for this
Current setup with pipe tied to front sway bar is better than original factory setup

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I've got MarkyMark's cold air intake. It's definately got more kick than the K&N panel filter alone... Also the harder you drive, the colder it gets... but goddamn Mark, you were right when you said it was louder!

If I had the money, I'd probably also go for the SuzukiSport with the custom grill and carbon fibre duct. That would be an ideal setup.


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pHr34kY wrote:
I've got MarkyMark's cold air intake. It's definately got more kick than the K&N panel filter alone... Also the harder you drive, the colder it gets... but goddamn Mark, you were right when you said it was louder!

If I had the money, I'd probably also go for the SuzukiSport with the custom grill and carbon fibre duct. That would be an ideal setup.


It adds a nice burble down low in the rev range. from the looks of the exhaust pipe on the iggy i think that you can get away with only a good muffler


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