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Post  nick c Sat Sep 12, 2009 8:54 pm

ive been on starkey motorsport website and seen the stage 1 150 bhp kit, will this kit bolt straight on to my stock swift engine or do i have to modify it, plus it says included are water/oil lines does anyone know what these are for, cheers Nick.
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Post  garndi Sat Sep 12, 2009 9:09 pm

Hey Mate,

The Turbo manifold is a direct bolt on and the kit uses your original parts... Injectors, AFM, TB & Fuel Pump.

They bolt to a standard swift GTi engine but you will need to do a few things before your up and running...

You will need to create a return hole in the sump for the oil drain.

The water and oil lines are included in the kit for the Turbo.

Tabs will also need to be welded to the car for the Intercooler.

+ cut your front bumber and a hole under the head light... depending on what setup you get.

Cheers
Starkey
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Post  nick c Sat Sep 12, 2009 9:23 pm

thanks mate, i take it your something to do with starkey motorsport going by the name you left.
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Post  IanJ Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:00 pm

Just been looking at that myself m8 and think im guna go for one of these kits very good price andy what other bits will be required for the the whole kit to be ready to go ? Cheers m8
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Post  nick c Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:30 pm

it does look good value for money, im just a bit worried about how my 131k mile engine will cope with the extra power.
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Post  IanJ Sun Sep 13, 2009 6:37 pm

Will be fine mate if needs be u can do a cheapish rebuild my engines done 136k i have got another one as a spare which has dun under 100k im guna save up i reckon and get it dun Very Happy
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