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why are there not very many enging parts or body kits for the first gen. elantra

its not as important anymore because ive decided to go with the 4g63T engine swap but for those with the simalar car i think it is something they would also like to know

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There are not as big of a need for them.
Hyundai is still fairly new to the tuner world and they are now just starting to make more parts for the newer Hyundais.
Hell a lil over a year ago it was next to imposible to get a simple CAI for a Tib<img src=icon_smile_sad.gif border=0 align=middle>

If a demand was to increase then parts would be made.


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Talk to Hyundai4G63T. I know he's working on a few things.


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Yeah, talk to him. He knows a lot about 1st generation Elantras. Hes got a real sweet one too.


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Thanks for the Compilments Guys.

Phat One what are you looking for exactly? Let me know, cause if it's like CAI or Exhuast or thing of that nature I will Custom Fab them for you.

Also If you look at my post in the FI forum you will see the sepcifics of my Turbo Kit for the 1gen Elantra's there. It is basically the same setup that is in my car now.


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If you own a first gen Elanrta I would say SCREW bolt ons. Find a 4g63t and drop it in. I've thought about it for a project car. I can't decide what hybrid I want. An Accent with Beta or something better(SsH) or an Elantra/Sonata with a 4g63t.


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Before you go saying just drop a 4G63T in it, there is a lot more involed instead of just dropping it right in. There are all the sensors you need to get from the TEL you get the motor from, plus you need the ECU and the whole Wiring Harness. There is alot more involed with the swap than people like to give credit to.

The 1.8l motor will put out plenty of HP with the right Mods. look at My Car the Stock 1.8l Turboed and it runs high 13's @ 14psi Stock Internals.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0 align=middle>

I sell a Turbo Kit for them that will put down 250+ HP and it is $2000 a kit similar to the one on My Car.


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