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Underbody braces, turbos and more!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2006 7:51 am 
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Hi
I e-mailed you. Don't have pictures with me now but will add them at a later date.

The engine is fitted to a Mk 4 Escort which is used for rallying. The car is front wheel drive and I have mated the Swift engine to the Ford gearbox by modifying the Ford bellhousing.

Spec is as follows.

I currently don't have a soft copy of the engine maps - but I could probably get them from the rolling road guy that mapped the car.

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Ger

Engine Suzuki Swift Gti Bored to 1395 cc

Forged Arias Pistons (supplied by Bill Falkoner)

Fully ported Cylinder head

Bill Falkoner cams with solid lifters

New bearings all round

Mocal Oil cooler with stainless steel braided oil lines





Engine management

MBE 967E fully mappable ECU controlling fuel injection and ignition

42mm quad throttle bodies fitted to custom inlet manifold

Fitted with 8 injectors (only 4 in use at present)

132 BHP with flat torque curve from 3000 rpm.

Rev limit set to 7900 rpm

Twin Bosch fuel pumps separately switched

Malpassi adjustable fuel pressure regulator.


Exhaust 4-2-1 manifold & downpipes

2" single box system





Gearbox Ford BC FWD gearbox with modifed bellhousing to suit Suzuki engine

Quaife straight cut close ratio 5 speed synchro gearkit (4.54 final drive)

Quaife ATB limited slip differential

Helix competition paddle clutch

Quick shift kit fitted to gear lever

Custom lengthened driveshafts (made by Reco-Prop)

RS Turbo inner and outer CV joints


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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 9:17 am 
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Pictures added here - sorry about the quality - taken with a phone.
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are u runnin the same radiator with the extra power? as im not sure on how my set up will work with the standard rad

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I'm running a modified Mk4 Escort Rad. It's almost the full width of the car so a good bit wider than a swift rad. The modification was just to move the inlet and outlet to one side of the rad (and obviously block half the end tank on that side to force the water across the rad).


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I'm running a modified Mk4 Escort Rad. It's almost the full width of the car so a good bit wider than a swift rad. The modification was just to move the inlet and outlet to one side of the rad (and obviously block half the end tank on that side to force the water across the rad).


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