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Old 10-15-2004, 03:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone in the U.K managed to get hold of any performance parts for the Ignis Sport...???
I've only just managed to get my hands on a K&N 57I Induction filter that works fantasticly.
I've tried Suzukisport and left emails asking for parts to be sent to U.K but have had no replies to any of my emails sent in the last 3 months....anyone else have this problem...???
Can anyone recommed a shop to get an exhaust system made up in the U.K like the one shown...???

Cheers all...Hope to be putting my stamp on an already fantastic car....
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Old 10-17-2004, 07:59 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Has anyone in the U.K managed to get hold of any performance parts for the Ignis Sport...???
I've only just managed to get my hands on a K&N 57I Induction filter that works fantasticly.
I've tried Suzukisport and left emails asking for parts to be sent to U.K but have had no replies to any of my emails sent in the last 3 months....anyone else have this problem...???
Can anyone recommed a shop to get an exhaust system made up in the U.K like the one shown...???

Cheers all...Hope to be putting my stamp on an already fantastic car....
How Do! i've also got an Ignis Sport, what is the induction filter? does it affect the performance considerably? is it just a replacement air filter? can it be fitted at home?

Thanks for your help,
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Old 10-17-2004, 09:55 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the induction filter would increase power if you got the engine remaped

on old cars fitting a performance filter gave descent power gains

but the on board computers in new cars means that a new filter will not give any power gains as the computer restricts the airflow and fuel flow
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Old 10-17-2004, 05:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Where Did you get the 57i Kit From???? And how much was it? Bet it makes lovely induction noises now

For your Zorst you Could Try a Powerflow dealer???? They will make you up any exhaust to your specification and noise level

Or you could Try Tony Law who is Based in Leeds, his Exhaust systems are a work of art&#33; Bit more expensive than a Powerflow, but more than worth it&#33;

Henripper: I&#39;m in Darlo, What Colour is your Ignis, will look out for You, Mine is Yellow, rolling on 17&#39;s with a Suzuki Sport bumper with Fogs&#33;

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Old 10-28-2004, 09:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Hi there

Just got back from hols...missed the car loads, straight out in it for a good thrash...ahhhhh...much better...

K&N 57I was purchased from MotorWorld in Boston...very helpful.
Filter sounds fantastic, and I&#39;m sure adds a little more pokeyness.....nice

The exhaust ideas sound great, will give them both a try...will let you all know how it turns out...&#33;&#33;&#33;

I have a black Ignis with 17" Wolf Race rims which are fantastic...and have added a 12" Alpine Sub in the tiny boot with an Alpine Amp, all run from the standard Clarion head unit...very good base now....The Rear View Vibrates on most tunes....

More performance mods...would love to know anyone who&#39;s got some new ones......???
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my mirror vibrates constantly with my sub and so do the number plates pretty loud the vibrations
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Hi there

Just got back from hols...missed the car loads, straight out in it for a good thrash...ahhhhh...much better...

K&N 57I was purchased from MotorWorld in Boston...very helpful.
Filter sounds fantastic, and I&#39;m sure adds a little more pokeyness.....nice

The exhaust ideas sound great, will give them both a try...will let you all know how it turns out...&#33;&#33;&#33;

I have a black Ignis with 17" Wolf Race rims which are fantastic...and have added a 12" Alpine Sub in the tiny boot with an Alpine Amp, all run from the standard Clarion head unit...very good base now....The Rear View Vibrates on most tunes....

More performance mods...would love to know anyone who&#39;s got some new ones......???
Hi, I also have an Ignis Sport - Black, and have just swapped the White things that were on the wheels with some Venom copies from a Golf GTI that I had about 5 years ago.

The wheels fit OK and are 15x7J with 195x50x15&#39;s on. The centre cap is 60mm - a bit bigger than the original which (I think) is 54 mm.

I was wondering if these are OK to fit, like I said they went on fine, and the offset means that they look lots better, no rubbing on the arches etc..., but I am a bit worried about the different centre size - any advice would be gratefully received.

Oh yea, also It doesn&#39;t seem to be particularly economical&#33; (220 miles from a tank)- Could be my right foot that is the problem&#33;
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It&#39;s your right foot...I suffer the same tank range...doh...
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rado-steve, It&#39;s blue - well it was, until crims in the boro rearranged my passenger door lock. Now regretting haveing got the repair job done by backstreet Barry. The moral to the story is get your no claims protected.

I&#39;m finding it hard to love thy neighbour when he&#39;s breaking into my car and nicking my Sony head unit, sub box and my service manuals. Got some replacement service manuals but you can&#39;t buy the leather folder they come in. Balls.

I&#39;m from Cumbria originally so when i go back there i go on that road that goes from Darlo to Barny Castle - its an absolute ripper. The road from durham to Penrith via Alston is prob my favourite road in the world at the moment - Ignis Sport&#39;s were made for that road.

Haven&#39;t really modified my Ignis yet - slightly worried what the dealer would say if i fitted the induction kit with regards to my warranty. Anybody know the crack?

I&#39;ll keep an eye open in darlo next time i&#39;m passing through.
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It&#39;s blue - well it was, until crims in the boro rearranged my passenger door lock. Now regretting haveing got the repair job done by backstreet Barry. The moral to the story is get your no claims protected.

I&#39;m finding it hard to love thy neighbour when he&#39;s breaking into my car and nicking my Sony head unit, sub box and my service manuals. Got some replacement service manuals but you can&#39;t buy the leather folder they come in. Balls.

I&#39;m from Cumbria originally so when i go back there i go on that road that goes from Darlo to Barny Castle - its an absolute ripper. The road from durham to Penrith via Alston is prob my favourite road in the world at the moment - Ignis Sport&#39;s were made for that road.

Haven&#39;t really modified my Ignis yet - slightly worried what the dealer would say if i fitted the induction kit with regards to my warranty. Anybody know the crack?

I&#39;ll keep an eye open in darlo next time i&#39;m passing through.
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