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Underbody braces, turbos and more!

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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 5:19 pm 
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I am a neebie to this forum. I have completed the first part of my project in making a Suzuki Alto RWD so I guess I can share it with you all.
Here is a link to my pages http://www.1-na-1.com/1na1racing/predst ... david.html

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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 11:42 pm 
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Welcome from California, U.S.A.
Nice job!

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Awesome!

I came across this video on youtube, which I like even better:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ty4AS22Iio0&mode=related&search=


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Good stuff! :thumbsup:

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hi mate i would like to have some more information about your project as im planning to do the same car. hoping to start next april since ive got at suzuki maruti alto which im putting off the road.

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very good work me like it :P

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Great work and you chose one of the sleeper 4 door zuks well done!

I was thinking of doing something similar to a lighter 1983 2 door suzuki hatch with CF doors and hatch. Factory weight of 548kgs and with CF doors maybe 520. Also the G series engine is lighter than the cast 543cc one :D .

Interesting how you chose to run the exhaust on your backside, if I use a datsun pulsar n10 box adapted to the G series I could run the exhaust going the other way and the n10 box has equal length halfshafts.

Excellent inspiration thank you for the pics.!!!! :shock:

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