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Post  Ryan... 09/09/11, 04:20 pm

Engines finally stripped and the rebuild begins soon..... My first ever full rebuild so all help is appreciated.

Right.... Im keeping the engine completely standard inside except for conrods due them being weak? (Which ones are decent?)(May change cams at a later date) And wanting to run a turbo with a chip sometime after running the engine in.

What i want to do is create a list of everything that i will need to buy so i can get them all in one go if possible... so fire ahead and let me know Smile

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Post  jesseswiftgti 09/09/11, 06:34 pm

mate the conrods are forged they can handle like up to 200 bhp maybe more
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Post  dominator 09/09/11, 06:36 pm

im guessing your just gona stick with the std comp ratio turbo setup?, or you`d be lowering the comp, so unless your goin for big power then the std rods are fine mate
you might be better off getting the gaskets/seals that are hard to get to from suzuki, just for peace of mind
get the right tools and take your time mate

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Post  jesseswiftgti 09/09/11, 06:44 pm

iv been building up tools and gaskets and stuff for my new engine my bedroom is full of engine parts
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Post  Almondo74 09/09/11, 09:08 pm

bit vague on what u want really lol.
low boost on standard
or higher?
then its a different story.
arent the bolts the weaklink not the conrods......

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Post  Ryan... 09/09/11, 11:01 pm

Standard internals, 10psi boost on chip when engines run in.....since its going to be a daily i dont want something that is going to be ridiculous.

I'll save up for a justy to do that

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Post  jesseswiftgti 09/09/11, 11:11 pm

10 psi is pretty high for turbo with just a chip ?
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Post  Almondo74 10/09/11, 07:00 am

so basically u only want to use the chip, no standalone ecu.


i believe the chip can support upto
10 psi on a td04l
or 185hp

so thats ur limiting factor

im sure steve or andy will correct me if im wrong.
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Post  STEVEGTI 10/09/11, 09:03 am

right stock rods are fine just get some arp rod bolts

and on the chip you can run 10psi or 12 with a fpr at 45psi brp ish

or 14-15 with a chip and a apxi safc 2

i would recomend a dmw dave hadgasket o at least a cometic metal one

my car ran 11 all day and used to spike to 16 when the exhaust fell off lol the motors can take a beating

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Post  jesseswiftgti 10/09/11, 09:45 am

stick rods Laughing
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Post  Almondo74 11/09/11, 12:36 am

wouldnt it need bigger injectors? thought they are maxed out on 10 psi....?
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Post  Ryan... 04/01/12, 01:25 am

coming back to this

Are standard injectors/fuel rail/fuel pump fine???

and where do I get the ARP bolts from?

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Post  Miniswift 04/01/12, 08:56 am

Hi Ryan,

Ask Garndi aka Andy. He knows which set of ARP conrod bolts works.
I don't think they have set made for Suzuki Swift/Cultus Gti engine.

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Post  dominator 04/01/12, 10:08 am

Mine are for a honda d15, bit loose in the rods
Aslong as they are tightend in the right order they will be fine

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