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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 1:46 am 
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hey just a quick note to all u guys, i took my stock as a rock suzi ignis sports down to willobank raceway yesterday and ran a 17.20 1/4 mile.
with full stereo in and spare space saver tyre and over half a tank of fuel!
its the frist time i've ever been to the drags let alone raced in one(legally hehe) i want to get it into the 13sec range (going to need turbo)

anyways has nayone else put there ignis down the 1/4mile before if so i would like to know what time u have done?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 5:13 pm 
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17.20 isn't bad.. according to factory specs you should be able to get 16.5. The best I've heard reported (stock) was about 16.4, which I think was done by Motor magazine (can't remember).

Also on on the turbo, word is going around that you won't fit one in there (engine is mounted way too far forward), but some (very few) have been supercharged before. If you read around the forum you can get info on it.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:11 pm 
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thanks phr34ky i hope to get it onto 16sec bracket next time i'll take all out my sub's and all the other stuff out the back seats,

as for the turbo i've done all the measuremants on the fitting side which i can get the turbo in just going to remove the aircon stuff and go with a thick head gasket and greddy ultimate computer for starter then when the motor goes bang hopefully it won't until i save up more money to rebuild the motor with stronger rod's, pistons etc possibly 1.8lt block


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:38 pm 
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With the supercharger option that Phreaky mentioned, you can buy the bolt on kits, keep your aircon, and give yourself far less headaches than trying to pioneer a turbo install.

But then again, if you're up for the challenge and have deep pockets, then go the turbo route! 8)

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 7:03 pm 
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yeah pockets r deeper now that i'm single! yay

I want to be different and have the fun of designing the kit only a one off thing, cause in the end i want the car off the road and set up for tarmac rallys and club weeknds! i'm on the sunny coast so i don't really need the air con, let alone use it.
any way the thanks for the idea though


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yeah I'm pretty sure Motor got mid 16s for the qtr mile
I'll have to go through my mags & find the actual edition

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