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Old 08-22-2007, 02:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Who's in AZ? Plz post even if I've talked to you..

I'm looking for mostly reno or forenza wagon people in AZ to test parts, compare stuff, or whatever... In return you can get parts at cost, free dyno, lunch, whatever we work out.

-I need a reno owner to compare door panels to see if they fit (I'd like reno door panels but don't wanna just buy them), test a cat-back on, test strut braces on, and just kinda look over at this time.

-Then I might need a wagon owner if there is any intrest in the cat-backs for the wagon.

-Then I need someone with stock exhaust to have a before and after dyno done with a cat-back, then full system.

and I'm sure more will come up.

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Hello,

I live in Phoenix Arizona and have a '07 Reno.
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I live in Phoenix Arizona and have a '07 Reno.
Awesome.

Are you intrested in a cat-back exhaust?
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Awesome.

Are you intrested in a cat-back exhaust?
Well, I am interested in simple bolt on mods to improve performance. But price is an issue. I'm still dealing with the fact that I had to come up with a down payment for this car. It is something that I am interested in, but I do not know that I can afford anything at this time. If the price is something that I can handle, from time to time I'll test your parts. What will this exhaust run me?
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Well, I am interested in simple bolt on mods to improve performance. But price is an issue. I'm still dealing with the fact that I had to come up with a down payment for this car. It is something that I am interested in, but I do not know that I can afford anything at this time. If the price is something that I can handle, from time to time I'll test your parts. What will this exhaust run me?
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No idea, we will be doing one on my forenza in two weeks then getting it perfect, dynoing it, then reproducing it.... Then mounting one on a reno to see what revisions the reno would need. I'd be selling it to you probably at 30% off and we'd install it....possibly even more off depending what help we need from you or how much of a hassle it is to you.
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No idea, we will be doing one on my forenza in two weeks then getting it perfect, dynoing it, then reproducing it.... Then mounting one on a reno to see what revisions the reno would need. I'd be selling it to you probably at 30% off and we'd install it....possibly even more off depending what help we need from you or how much of a hassle it is to you.
Well, you can count me in as long as it doesn't leave too big of a hole in my pocket. Maybe we can get together some time and hash it out.

BTW isn't the Reno and the Forenza the same car just different body panels and interior.
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Well, you can count me in as long as it doesn't leave too big of a hole in my pocket. Maybe we can get together some time and hash it out.

BTW isn't the Reno and the Forenza the same car just different body panels and interior.
Yeah, except the reno has a slightly different rear end so it might be an 1" different. I want the exhaust to fit perfectly. Also I think the reno might use a bit different resonator or muffler shapes. You never really can tell, sometimes there is slight differences.

The renos front chassis is very slightly different too for the headlights.
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Hey Kink - I'm still around - the black wagon that came by your place and picked up an UDP and short shifter. I'm in Mesa.

I'm still dealing with idle issues... all the way up to the regional manager for customer service, 14 trips to the dealer for an idle issue, and now fighting for Suzuki to continue trying to isolate the problem now that they've piddled around long enough for me to run outta warranty.

So, long story short, aftermarket parts installed are a bad idea right now -- but if you need reference or to check fitment, let me know. I still haven't installed my UD pulley - wanted to sort the idle issues first, and didn't want to give Suzuki any excuses.
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Default BTW - What do those Short Shifters run?

I know that this is probably already been discussed in an other thread...

But...

What do those Short Shifters run?

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Hey Kink - I'm still around - the black wagon that came by your place and picked up an UDP and short shifter. I'm in Mesa.

I'm still dealing with idle issues... all the way up to the regional manager for customer service, 14 trips to the dealer for an idle issue, and now fighting for Suzuki to continue trying to isolate the problem now that they've piddled around long enough for me to run outta warranty.

So, long story short, aftermarket parts installed are a bad idea right now -- but if you need reference or to check fitment, let me know. I still haven't installed my UD pulley - wanted to sort the idle issues first, and didn't want to give Suzuki any excuses.
Damn that really sucks. I can't beleive your having that much trouble.

Good to hear, and good luck with all that


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I know that this is probably already been discussed in an other thread...

But...

What do those Short Shifters run?

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Usually just under $140 shipped but I only have one left and I think it's sold
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