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Post  neil1598 on 01/11/10, 07:11 pm

just wondering if anyone would be interested in my swift gti turbo little bit different too much to list message me if your interested cheers

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Post  Almondo74 on 01/11/10, 09:34 pm

Pics?
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Post  Nitro on 13/11/10, 10:01 pm

To much to list If you can do it in an e-mail then why not post it on the forum or give a link to the car?.

There and 100s of Turbo swifts around the world I would like to know why yours is different, square wheels would be different lol



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Post  neil1598 on 21/11/10, 10:59 am

It has had

new front bumper upper and lower parts
new grill
front and rear bumper brackets
new headlights
new sidelights
new indicators
new bonnet
new wings
new lower cross member
new front end brackets for headlights
new upper cross member
new bonnet cable
new sideskirts
new alloys and toyo proxie tr1 tyres 15"
new discs and pads front and rear
new brake lines
new fuel lines
new high flow walbro fuel pump
new sills
waxoyled and undersealed
new paint job
remote central locking and alarm
gearbox rebuilt
new stage 1 exedy clutch
full engine rebuild with new gaskets throughout
new water pump
new alternator
new crank and rod bearings
new stronger con rods
new forged low compression pistons 8:0.1
bored out 1mm bigger
fuel pressure regulator
oil catch can
sierra rs cosworth fuel rail modified
vauxhall 2.0 16v red top injectors
reversed inlet manifold
front mount intercooler
sierra rs cosworth ecu and engine management
sierra rs cosworth throttle body
solid boost intake pipes
aluminium racing radiator
front mount fan
garret gt25 roller bearing turbo
turbo manifold
e-boost conroller

there may be more but have nearly all of the receipts from the main dealer over 13 thousand spent comes with few spares
engine block not bored out
strut brace
brand new set of alloys still in the box
radiator
lowering springs

car has done less than 2000 miles since rebuil running 9psi and rev limiter reduved until bedded in taxed till end of january 2011 mot'd till feb 18th 2011 want around 5000 cheers pictures to follow soon work away from home so hardly get chance to be on computer. cheers

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Post  Nitro on 22/11/10, 01:42 am

Sounds like the car must have had a hard life to need all that money spent on it. Well done for sorting it out! there becoming a rare item most people would scrap the car.

Cosworth ECU and "engine management"?, does it have a piggy back to control timing and fuel?. Sounds like a odd setup would be interested to hear how it all works on the g13b? how does it wire in

mmm could I use my mates spare starlet ecu to turbo my car

good luck with the sale put some pics up
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Post  neil1598 on 22/11/10, 03:00 pm

thanks for the reply it runs entirely on the cosworth ecu and the standard fuse board and relays do the rest with igntion coil and crank sensor plus changes to the distributor but runs nice hopefully pics soon

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Post  TITAN_TURBO on 23/11/10, 09:24 am

sounds like very fast car swift with cosworth engine will be nice do you have pictures

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Post  garndi on 23/11/10, 06:17 pm

pic's or ban.... lol


Ok so your saying :

Its running Cossie ecu, wiring, map sensor, TB with TPS and uses the relays and fuses from the swift.

You have modified the distributor to have the same pick up (cam angle sensor) as the ford engine and you have put a Crank Angle Sensor off the Cossie on the car (was this on the front crank pulley/balancer or the flywheel? pic would be good).

I take it you had to remap the Cossie chip to get the car started, get the C20XE injectors to work (are the same impedance? or are you having to use a resistor to change it) and change the 6800RPM rev limit.

Both engines do have the same firing order.

If its the standard chip in the ECU is there any flat spots throughout the rev range?.

What base fuel rail pressure are you running?.

What ECU code does it have or what Cossie is it from?.

Not hassling you but another question is why?. Did you happen to have one spare Cosworth ECU kicking around or something?.

You know that there is a Turbo chip available that you can allow you to run 185HP (10-12psi on standard CR). Or you can get after market ECU that plugs into the standard loom that has Turbo maps ready to go (Adaptronic) these do everything you need to Turbo a Swift.

Awaiting the details and pic's.

Send them to my e-mail if you like and I will host them for you.

arndi71@hotmail.com

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Post  neil1598 on 23/11/10, 08:24 pm

TITAN_TURBO wrote:sounds like very fast car swift with cosworth engine will be nice do you have pictures

amish

its not a cossie engine just the engine management still a swift gti engine

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Post  neil1598 on 23/11/10, 08:34 pm

garndi wrote:pic's or ban.... lol


Ok so your saying :

Its running Cossie ecu, wiring, map sensor, TB with TPS and uses the relays and fuses from the swift.

You have modified the distributor to have the same pick up (cam angle sensor) as the ford engine and you have put a Crank Angle Sensor off the Cossie on the car (was this on the front crank pulley/balancer or the flywheel? pic would be good).

I take it you had to remap the Cossie chip to get the car started, get the C20XE injectors to work (are the same impedance? or are you having to use a resistor to change it) and change the 6800RPM rev limit.

Both engines do have the same firing order.

If its the standard chip in the ECU is there any flat spots throughout the rev range?.

What base fuel rail pressure are you running?.

What ECU code does it have or what Cossie is it from?.

Not hassling you but another question is why?. Did you happen to have one spare Cosworth ECU kicking around or something?.

You know that there is a Turbo chip available that you can allow you to run 185HP (10-12psi on standard CR). Or you can get after market ECU that plugs into the standard loom that has Turbo maps ready to go (Adaptronic) these do everything you need to Turbo a Swift.

Awaiting the details and pic's.

Send them to my e-mail if you like and I will host them for you.

arndi71@hotmail.com

Cheers
Andy


Hi the cossie crank sensor is on the swift crank pulley and the injectors are the same impedance i think 16 ohmz and all ran by the cossie ecu plus the rev limiter is set standard cossie at 6800 just re mapped to adjust fuel and ignition timing as for the fuel rail its a cossie one just cut and welded then pressure tested. the ecu is from a 2wd cossie and its either a closed loop system or an open loop system one of them is the 4wd system can't remember which one. I was advised to do it this way as i couls get more out of the cossie ecu as you probably have seen some high cossie bhp figures but mines only just getting ran in at the moment but i've finished that project now so next project already on the cards cheers i'll try for the photos at the weekend

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Post  neil1598 on 23/01/11, 02:49 pm

Just a few pics of my swift gti turbo for sale as promised:










More pics of work been done available on request.

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