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Post  Almondo74 on 10/03/13, 06:35 pm

I started doing some autosolos in my gti and really loved it, so i wanted to progress and build a justy gti turbo for hillclimbs and sprints. Altho now sprint tracks in cornwall cease to exist, and the only hillclimb is about 15secs long. o well.....









Then i brought a justy from sheffield, train up and drove it back. A long day!
Think i done an autosolo the day after i brought it.







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Post  Almondo74 on 10/03/13, 07:00 pm

Then this came up on ebay. Swift Gti Turbo, mainly brought for the engine and turbo kit. but its such a nice car i think im going to put another gti engine in it to keep. and sell my black one.







full suzuki optional extra splitters and archs (very very rare, id get almost what i paid for the car just for them!)
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new lifters + springs
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oil pressure + temp +water temp gauges.
Over 6k in receiptseasily

pretty pleased with it Very Happy


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Post  Almondo74 on 10/03/13, 07:08 pm

Up on the ramp, i do love the ph1 splitter kit



Solid underneath, and nice blue flame turbo back exhaust system



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Post  Adam.T on 10/03/13, 08:46 pm

Nice project mate! That red gti looks awesome, i think its the same one that was up for sale on the suzuki4u forum for a while and if i remember right i think the engine was yet to be run in?

Keep us posted about the justy. Hoping to get one myself soon.
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Post  Almondo74 on 10/03/13, 09:08 pm

yep thats the one. im pulling it apart for a look over plus im putting spool conrods in it and check if the things listed are actually there like the vavles and cams, altho i dont doubt him tbh. plus i can see what pistons were used. Razz
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Post  Almondo74 on 10/03/13, 09:29 pm

couple more autosolo pics of the justy











Loads of videos aswell on my youtube page

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/V5eq-l0yg5I?list=UUAl6I3Zjelw1rxmRHZfvVCA" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

gti video


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Post  STEVEGTI on 11/03/13, 08:55 am

ahh you bought the red one ! i wish i had more space i would have bought it such a nice car i love the rear splitter i chopped one in half on my first car when i was 15 lol young and nieve keep up the good work almond Smile


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Post  Adam.T on 16/05/13, 10:21 pm

Any progress on this mate?
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Post  Almondo74 on 16/05/13, 11:21 pm

not alot, fitted leda front coilovers and compbrake top mounts.
removed more sound deadening

and brought these for spare parts and to sell Wink



ill update it properly after the weekend
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Post  swifty on 17/05/13, 10:20 am

Uve got nice little collection there mate hope things go well over weekend
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Post  Almondo74 on 17/05/13, 05:51 pm

cheers matt, just hope 17yr old bolts come out ok :/

well one ended up like this


and the other will be going the same way. lol
then to start on the red one
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Post  swifty on 17/05/13, 07:55 pm

Lol ull have to let me no the improvements
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Post  Almondo74 on 01/12/14, 02:39 pm

its been awhile and photobucket seemed to have moved all my photos so the old links dont work anymore, i might go and change them all at some point.

most people have seen this if theyve got me on facebook, but anyways...

got the red gti MOT'd. done a couple autosolo's.






With race season fast approaching and the justy still looking dire, i used the gti.
1st season, 7 events, 5x 2nds and a third.















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Post  Almondo74 on 01/12/14, 02:58 pm

Back to the justy

Torsen LSD's



New Heater



Makes getting the dash in and out easier.


Roll cage Fitting @ Hatton Energy Motorsport







Fitted and i aint painted the floor, its marmite some love it some hate it.



Friday the front end was stripped, engine out, saturday i gave it all a good clean and a paint.



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Post  Almondo74 on 01/12/14, 03:21 pm

Engine Wise, i havent got a lot of the photos atm.
I spent ALOT in Suzuki.



Sorting the pistons out and removing sharp surfaces.


All balanced


Port matching manifold.





The exhaust gasket from suzuki that came in the gasket kit wasnt the same as the gasket you can buy sepearte, it was huge! all the better for me Twisted Evil





Head porting










Expect alot more progress. now its end of race season gearing up for the next one Very Happy
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Post  Almondo74 on 21/12/14, 09:08 pm

Strengthened rear arms

Strengthened rear arms

Rear sub frame gutter welded for strength and to stop it collecting water

Rear sub frame gutter welded up and too small patches

all seam sealed ready for painting
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Post  Melon175 on 04/01/15, 02:28 pm

Did you get all of your parts from Suzuki?

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Post  Almondo74 on 04/01/15, 08:53 pm





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Post  STEVEGTI on 04/01/15, 08:54 pm

i like that mod to the rear wishbones always thought to do that Very Happy

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Post  Almondo74 on 04/01/15, 08:57 pm

Melon175 wrote:Did you get all of your parts from Suzuki?

pistons, rings, all gaskets and seals, water pump, oil pump yes.
all arp bolts
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Post  Almondo74 on 04/01/15, 09:04 pm

STEVEGTI wrote:i like that mod to the rear wishbones always thought to do that Very Happy

yh its much stronger they sounded so hollow before, same with the diff cradle thing,
if you do it make the smaller plate longer and drill the hole further along right under the arb droplink.
i didnt think of that until i went to put the arb on, couldnt quite get a socket on from where i drilled so had to use a spanner just a pain.
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Post  dominator on 05/01/15, 06:51 am

Have you refitted that cradle after welding ross? All that heat has prob bent it a bit, unless you took days to do it one tack at a time :-)

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Post  Almondo74 on 08/01/15, 09:22 pm

dominator wrote:Have you refitted that cradle after welding ross? All that heat has prob bent it a bit, unless you took days to do it one tack at a time :-)

yh its refitted, welded over about 4hrs. it all bolted up square without being forced, will see when the diffs fitted i suppose.
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Post  mikeyboosted15psi on 08/01/15, 09:55 pm

Hey ross,,,

Good work there mate but do I see osma plumbing elbows on your heater cheers
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Post  Almondo74 on 09/01/15, 06:13 pm

mikeyboosted15psi wrote:Hey ross,,,

Good work there mate but do I see osma plumbing elbows on your heater cheers

Close, Polypipe only the best! im going to replace it all using 45's at some point,
the tech guy for the heater said use that corrugated hose stuff, i thought it would restrict the flow too much, he wasnt very helpful after i said im using wastepipe. not sure if he didnt like being told his idea wasnt great or that i thought of something he never has haha
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