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Hi, do you guys have any "mods" that you have done to your Ignis?
Want to do any mods?
Or even some plans on modding?
Doesn't need to be big mods, could be as small as a new tire valve cap :LOL:
I would love to hear from you guys and I think it will inspire people to "improve" their Ignis and give ideas


I have done a few things to my car:
Put on OEM wind deflectors
Bought armwrest from ali express
Bigger tires (205/55r16) which i am very happy with
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I also put some sound deadener mats in the doors and floor, its the best mod so far, it really makes a different and is also very cheap and easy to do on this car
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What i want to do in the future:
I'm waiting on "rockford p16s punch" speakers
A lift kit
Darken the windows a bit more(front and rear)
Try to get a bug guard for the hood from Australia
Buy a rear spoiler
And change the front grill from chrome to black
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Looking forward to read your mods and ideas :cool:
 

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WOW - those wheels look great. Do they rub on fill lock in either direction?
They did rub a little on the mudflaps when turning 80%ish but only the studs, they have now chewed up the mudflap a little and don't rub anymore (y)
 

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They did rub a little on the mudflaps when turning 80%ish but only the studs, they have now chewed up the mudflap a little and don't rub anymore (y)
I specialise in the old model Ignis and wider tyres do rub, but that depends on the Offset.
 

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I specialise in the old model Ignis and wider tyres do rub, but that depends on the Offset.
But that depends on the offset of the rim.
 

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We automatically know what Offest means in Straya - no need to elaborate! It's not as if we are describing turning Blinker Fluid Offset!
 

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I also put some sound deadener mats in the doors and floor, its the best mod so far, it really makes a different and is also very cheap and easy to do on this car
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Is there a specific brand of sound deadening you'd use, and how easy is lifting carpets and door panels off the ignis?

This is something I've been meaning to do for a while
 

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I also put some sound deadener mats in the doors and floor, its the best mod so far, it really makes a different and is also very cheap
In Straya, that sound deadener stuff is super expensive - we need to sell our first bourne children to afford it! I just don't get it!
 

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If you buy some special brand of sound deadening then it can be really expensive, I just bought 2 packs from ali express
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I was sceptical first that the glue would not be good enough but I was surprised how good quality this was,
The doors are no problem, just 2 screws and go around the door panel and pull
The carpets are even easier, 2-3 plastic "screws" that you just screw with your hands, pull off the plastic panel on the floor where the door is and that's it, I haven't done the rear floor but I expect that I will need to remove the rear seats to make it easier,
3 packs of this thing is enough for the whole car, I bought 2 and I have to buy 1 more for the rear floor
 

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Well I've done the following:

Fitted orange tyre valve caps
Fitted a recharegable motion-sensitive boot light - since it's a magnetic mount I can also use it under the bonnet.
I have three sets of mats: genuine Suzuki (black), orange carpet, and rubber.
Nextbase dash cam - hardwired
Aftermarket boot tray
Fake Suzuki-branding "GPS TRACKER FITTED" window stickers
Personal registration plate.

I've been trying to get a shaped rear plate but haven't yet succeeded
 

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Well I've done the following:

Fitted orange tyre valve caps
Fitted a recharegable motion-sensitive boot light - since it's a magnetic mount I can also use it under the bonnet.
I have three sets of mats: genuine Suzuki (black), orange carpet, and rubber.
Nextbase dash cam - hardwired
Aftermarket boot tray
Fake Suzuki-branding "GPS TRACKER FITTED" window stickers
Personal registration plate.

I've been trying to get a shaped rear plate but haven't yet succeeded
I guess your car is orange? :LOL:
Where did you buy the boot tray?
 

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Here's what we are offered in New Zealand by Suzuki NZ.
Ignis Accessories | Suzuki New Zealand
No matter what browser i use or what device i always get this error when trying to check it, maybe its because they dont want people from other countries to view their page? update: used VPN and could see the website and they dont want to send a bonnet guard to Iceland
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I could take a few photos and measurements to show the 'bug deflector' and it's mounting points, brackets, etc.
Then if you can't get one in your own country just get a local plastic business to make a deflector for you (in your choice of colour too...not just the usual Black). This would be a cheaper option for those folks who can't buy the genuine Suzuki product locally.
I could also, of course, buy one here in NZ and send to someone, but I'm sure some clown in an airline somewhere will try to bend it!
 

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No matter what browser i use or what device i always get this error when trying to check it, maybe its because they dont want people from other countries to view their page? update: used VPN and could see the website and they dont want to send a bonnet guard to Iceland
I'm not sure whether this is an Australian specific part but here's a supplier in Australia who will send to Iceland:


Trial purchase:

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Thanks for The offer GrayKIWI! But i think Gloucester jusy found the perfect link!:eek:
Not the ugly bra thing though :sick:
 

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Have you notice any change in fuel consumption or power loss due to the larger tyres and has it made the ride anymore comfortable over bad road surfaces. What make are the tyres you have went for
 

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Have you notice any change in fuel consumption or power loss due to the larger tyres and has it made the ride anymore comfortable over bad road surfaces. What make are the tyres you have went for
It uses more fuel, went from 6.1l to 6.4 (might be because of the colder weather and always driving short distances the last month)
Inwqs "racing" my friend wich was using stock tires on same type of ignis, we where evem untill he went slighty faster at 90kmh, i dont feel any diffrence but ofc there is some, and the car rides way better both on good roads and bad roads
 
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