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Post  swifty on 09/03/12, 10:24 pm

so heres the justy build just made this on another forum so thought id copy and past it as its all in date order near enuff and pritty much complete project ....

all started when i came across a subaru justy cheap and still had all my swift turbo bits laying so heres goes

the original swift turbo that started it all




so the engine build


ported head








drilled and tapped block for knock sensor



440cc supra injectors



ghetto dash


home made mani

all stickerd up


the first overhaul


reversed entry intake mani







exhaust open downpipe cut out

2.5 inch exhaust

old vs new

fancy intercooler pipes


new equal manifold

oil cooler mounted



filter relocator

all back togeather


rear arm i modified for camber adjust


12.9 secounds on street map

honda 282's offerd up

coilover conversion using honda civic coilovers









steering bearing cups i made

rear towers modded


roll cage


machined out diff housing to take mini prop right through

nice new stainless mini prop i made to completely remove viscous coupling giving 50/50 drive split

welded rear diff


old prop vs new

justy rear arb 16mm and swift gti front arb 22mm i re-bent to fit rear of justy




brake adaptors i machined






another overhaul this time all underseal wishbones etc painted poly bushing made up swift coilovers using swift konis and rally sleves recleaned all engine bay plus somewere above the dash was replaced and whole car re-wired with air craft grade cable and general tidy up











hel brake lines




sideskirts fitted


















thats pritty much it most the pics are in a fairly good date order the cars now nearly back togeather just waiting for new turbo and coilovers to be rebuilt engine is currently running 1.1bar of boost pushing out 215whp around 265bhp and last run was 12.4secounds with a 1.7 60 foot but that was without launch control and flat foot shift and without decent suspension which are all now fitted aswel


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Post  STEVEGTI on 09/03/12, 11:14 pm

looking good havent seen the last 10 photos of it i did not thinki about using a swift anti roll bar on a justy wish i hadent sold them all now lol wht did you bend them with oxy ?

i like that everythings adapted Smile

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Post  swifty on 10/03/12, 06:19 am

cheers yer made a jig from the justy bar then heated and re-shaped the swift one could probaly got away with just re bending the end parts as length is almost the same but i just copied it exactly yer that is quite a samll amount of pictures compared to what ive actualy got but think ive shown everything that been done cant wait to get it back on the road now
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Post  swifty on 10/03/12, 06:54 am

tech spec

Engine
G13b Suzuki swift gti engine
Re sprayed engine bay
Wiseco low comp pistons using a re-bore to 1352cc
Rebuild using all genuine Suzuki gaskets and seals and bearings
Ported and gas flowed cylinder head
Genuine Suzuki cam belt
Standard conrods
Standard crank
Standard cams
Standard valve train
Aftermarket oil cooler
Knock sensor
Innovative lc1 wideband
All water, oil, fuel lines replaced with Goodrich performance hose and fittings
Machined intake manifold to take 60mm 200sx throttle on the opposite end of the manifold to stock
Insulating gaskets on intake manifold
2.5inch alloy boost pipes (2inch coming from turbo)
Twin trumpet dump valve
5inch thick intercooler
Aftermarket turbo exhaust manifold
T28 turbo with dual seals and 360degree thrush bearing (running max 1.1bar)
3inch downpipe to 2.5inch system (with cut out valve on the 3inch downpipe)
All wiring in aircraft grade cable
Oil pressure sender and gauge
Oil temperature sender and gauge
Oil catch can
Water temp sender and gauge
Removed maf sensor and fitted map and air temp sensors
Stand alone megasquirt ecu
Greedy profec b spec 2 boost controller
Msd ignition coil
Ngk performance spark plug leads
Ngk iridium spark plugs
Relocated oil filter
Walbro 255 fuel pipe
Dash 6 fuel line with inline high flow fuel filter
Aem fuel pressure regulator
Hollowed out standard fuel rail
440cc injectors (from old skool Toyota supra)
Solid centre 4padle clutch (based on a evo clutch)
Lightened stock flywheel
Removed spare half of pulley from crank pulley
Standard gearbox
Standard drive shafts
Polly filled engine and diff mounts
Customized rear diff (updated mini prop removing viscous coupling to give 50/50drive split and welded rear diff)
Royal purple xpr oil
Relocated battery
Relocated washer bottle
Relocated fuse box
Launch control
Flat foot shift
Chassis
Swift gti rear grooved brakes with carbotech xp8 pads (rear disc conversion)
Honda prelude 2.2 vtec front discs and pads (282mm discs with carbotech xp8 pads (custom made caliper adaptors)
Motul race brake fluids
Hel stainless brake lines
Koni shocks all round converted to coilovers revalved to suit springs (including re fabricating rear towers to suit)
300ft lbs springs all round
Full omp roll cage
Custom strut braces upper
Custom braces lower
Custom rear caster arms
Custom rear wishbones for camber adjustment
Pillow ball top mounts all round fronts with camber adjustment
Re-routed brake lines
flushed bulkhead
15 inch alloys
r888 tyres
rolled wheel arches
removed rear window wiper
fully poly bushed all round
all arms cleaned and recoated
completely under sealed
swift gti front bumper modified to suit intercooler etc
swift gti rear bumper
swift gti side skirts
swift gti rear lights and boot lid

Interior

Striped out
Re sprayed inside
Modified standard dash to mount gauges
Custom air craft grade re wire
Omp steering wheel
Bucket seats
Luke 4 point harnesses
Battery tray




All the custom parts, fitting, building etc etc all made or fitted by myself, apart from the cylinder head and rebore done by Damico, boost pipes, welding on intake manifold and exhaust done by I-tuned, wiring done by me with the help of a mate, tuning done by Torque Developments International
Car is currently running 215whp with an estimated 22% drive train loss giving estimated 262bhp on 1.1bar of boost and has run a 12.4second quarter mile at 107mph with 1.7 0-60foot (this was done without launch control flat foot shift and the suspension and bushes upgrade)
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Post  gtpswift on 10/03/12, 08:35 pm

dont like the front cage foot mounts but other than that looks great..Oh the yellow?? not too sure there either.
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Post  STEVEGTI on 10/03/12, 09:25 pm

turn that boost up should be fine even on stock rods tuned right as long as you dont rev the tits off it you got arp rod bolts in there ? 20 psi should be fine

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Post  swifty on 11/03/12, 09:35 pm

Got brand new genuine Suzuki bolts and when it was mapped started blowing spark out at 1.2 bar so need better ignition but don't want to turn.it up 2 much as not got o ringed head n.block and yer them cage are some still.to sort
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Post  nick c on 11/03/12, 11:24 pm

really nice build mate well done
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Post  Tim154 on 13/03/12, 09:15 am

Youve done a brill job on your car. Trying to get mine all rebuilt by June. Whwew did u get your remote oil filter parts from. Thanks.

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Post  swifty on 13/03/12, 01:30 pm

Turbinetech m8
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Post  Melon175 on 27/05/14, 01:42 pm

Hi, I'm going to be making my own Justy Gti soon, are there any specific things to watch out for in terms of needing to modify parts to make them fit?
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Post  swifty on 27/05/14, 03:45 pm

Urm only a few a bits engine goes straight in clutch is different steer rack is higher up wiring loom is different obv get a gti loom of same year if poss thats about it from memory mate
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Post  Miniswift on 28/05/14, 11:12 pm

Hi,

What CR do you think you are running?
I'm building an engine with a block guard as well as grouting the bottom half.
My mate Jerry will be using my first modified engine block to test it for over 300+Bhp.

My engine block will have higher CR than standard Vitara setup of 7.2-ish:1 so should be better.
Are inlet manifold, under car barce made by Gary?
Also, how do you find your paddle clutch?

Looks good anyway!

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Post  swifty on 30/05/14, 10:35 pm

Im running 8.5:1 wisco pistons I havnt got block guard as read a lot about them cracking blocks clutch is from dmw dave and no I made my intake and brace mate cheers
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Post  Miniswift on 01/06/14, 10:44 am

Hi,

How do you find welded rear diff?
I have been told it skips in a car park. What you have done to VC is good idea, though.

Are you thinking of replacing standard driveshafts soon? From what I can find info about std shafts, rear will be the first 1 to twist now you are running 50/50.
My mk1 Gti has been modified to run Justy AWD system and it is getting turbo-ed with a TD04. I'm thinking of getting std clutch modified by C&G people to make spring centre with 5 paddle.

I can get holf of torsen LSD for both front and rear so if you need them, let me know.

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Post  swifty on 02/09/14, 03:50 pm

Hi mate sorry for the delay been really busy yer welded diff is ok gd when on it but can bit a bit off a pain yer deffinatly interested in the diffs tho
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