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dtagmy
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 3:40 pm    Post subject: Hyundai Accent Turbo Reply with quote

Hi All Accent Owner,

I feel very comfortable with this car, if I compare to my previous car WIRA SE. The only thing is low pick up when the car start to move. However, getting absolutely smooth after that. The fuel consumption also lesser than WIRA.

I need an advise whether i can proceed to install turbo charger and carry out modification on the exhaust system of my car. Any implication on the fuel consumption? engine performance? or what so ever.

Many thanks..
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 10:37 am    Post subject: Re: Hyundai Accent Turbo Reply with quote

so far bolt on turbo is not applicable, neither than extractor that works and cheap.

our ride is SOHC.

dtagmy wrote:
Hi All Accent Owner,

I feel very comfortable with this car, if I compare to my previous car WIRA SE. The only thing is low pick up when the car start to move. However, getting absolutely smooth after that. The fuel consumption also lesser than WIRA.

I need an advise whether i can proceed to install turbo charger and carry out modification on the exhaust system of my car. Any implication on the fuel consumption? engine performance? or what so ever.

Many thanks..

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 2:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

david, ur 'ride' yeah? sound familiar...'DK'??hahah Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 2:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

what 'DK'? maybe 'TD' lar... hahaha

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david, ur 'ride' yeah? sound familiar...'DK'??hahah Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:11 pm    Post subject: reply from australia Reply with quote

Good evening again,

The good news is that that engine is available here, so modifying the turbo kit to suit will be pretty easy.



The turbo kit to suit your Accent will be the same as the one we have for the 1.5 DOHC model, except for a different turbo exhaust manifold and injectors.

The price will still be the same as for the 1.5 DOHC, being AUD$5,400 plus shipping. This will be as a ‘hardware only’ kit, and you will need to supply, fit and tune your own aftermarket ECU.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:17 pm    Post subject: the specialist says Reply with quote

installation of turbo kit will boost up 65 to 80% of the original Horse power. for 1.5 MT accent can go up from 69KW to 140KW or 185HP. top speed can increase from 175km/h to 235km/h.

but the fuel consumption would be higher than original engine.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:33 pm    Post subject: Re: reply from australia Reply with quote

very good info dtagmy. i apologize of my previous posts ignorant

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Good evening again,

The good news is that that engine is available here, so modifying the turbo kit to suit will be pretty easy.



The turbo kit to suit your Accent will be the same as the one we have for the 1.5 DOHC model, except for a different turbo exhaust manifold and injectors.

The price will still be the same as for the 1.5 DOHC, being AUD$5,400 plus shipping. This will be as a ‘hardware only’ kit, and you will need to supply, fit and tune your own aftermarket ECU.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

no problem david. i just try to find out how to make it our accent more powerful without give us any problem later on...

where are you staying? im in bangsar
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i m staying in mutiara damansara.

there are few things that might be our considering factors for going for this bolt on turbo:

1. JPJ approval
2. engine mounting modifications
3. exhaust
4. intake manifold
5. suspensions
6. braking system
7. fuel pump + injection (???)
8. insulation + heat shield

any others?

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no problem david. i just try to find out how to make it our accent more powerful without give us any problem later on...

where are you staying? im in bangsar

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yes all the above have to be put into our consideration.

yalah..to many things to be considered. better to change engine maaa hahaha

accent turbo kit:

Product - Stage 1 Axis Turbo Kit for LC Accent 1.5 & LC2 Accent 1.6 SOHC/DOHC
- 'Hardware only' turbo kit

Description This turbo it has been designed and made with the highest quality components and materials to ensure an easy installation and trouble free operation for many years to come.

The comprehensive instructions supplied have been written to make installation as easy as possible, however we strongly recommend that installation be undertaken by or in the supervision of a qualified mechanic.

This kit is supplied as a ‘hardware only’ kit. Once the turbo kit has been fitted, you will be required to supply and fit a suitable ECU, either stand-alone or piggy-back, and tune it with appropriate fuel and timing settings. The factory Hyundai ECU CANNOT operate properly with the turbo installed, and engine damage will occur if you drive your car under load for any substantial.

Benefits - complete bolt on turbo kit, with minimal effort required for installation.
- made from the best quality components to ensure performance and reliability
Installation Time 1-2 days
Warranty 12 month/20,000 km warranty against manufacturing defects
Dispatch Time 7-10 days from date of order
Comments Stage 1 Turbo Kit for LC Accent 1.5 DOHC & LC2 Accent 1.6 DOHC Turbo Charger
- Garrett T2554R ball bearing turbo, rated 250hp
- internal wastegate, factory set to 8psi
- water cooled turbo core
- 0.80 A/R compressor
- 0.64 A/R turbine
- genuine Garrett, not cheap copy.
Intercooler
- 540mm x 140mm x 65mm air to air intercooler
- aluminium intercooler piping
- silicon hoses
- stainless steel hose clamps
- intercooler mounting brackets
Exhaust Manifold - steam pipe 4 into 1 design
- ceramic coated to reduce heat radiation into engine bay
Exhaust Side - dump pipe, ceramic coated to reduce heat radiated to alternator
- 63mm (2.5") mild steel engine pipe (front section) , with flex pipe, ceramic coated
- 63mm (2.5") high flow catalytic converter
- modular system to bolt up to OEM exhaust at firewall flange, no welding required. (If an aftermarket exhaust has been fitted that uses a different flange at the firewall, may require new flange to be fitted)
Blow Off Valve
- Bosch plum-back type to ensure
- beware: open air blow off valves are illegal in most states of Australia due to emissions and noise issues.
Spark Plugs - NGK-R or Champion Gold, 2 heat ranges colder than standard
Fuel Injectors - 320 cc/min Injectors, 15 ohm (high impendence)
Turbo Oil Supply - braided stainless oil feed to turbo
- braided stainless oil drain piping
- OEM Hyundai engine sump with oil return pipe fitted
- all required fittings
Turbo Water Cooling - all required hoses and fittings to integrate turbo water cooling into existing engine radiator system
Turbo Air Feed - Modified air box lid to allow turbo intake air to be taken from OEM airbox (eliminates risk of defect notices due to exposed pod filters)
Gaskets - All required gaskets are supplied with turbo kit
Power Output (approx) - 125 to 140 kw at flywheel (approx 65-80% increase in power from standard) ) depending on tuning of ECU and fuel used.


Item Part Number Supply only Supply & fitted
PSC Motorsport Stage 1 Turbo Kit for LC Accent 1.5 DOHC PSC-TUR-LC1 $5,400 $6,200
PSC Motorsport Stage 1 Turbo Kit for LC2 Accent 1.6 DOHC PSC-TUR-LC2 $5,400 $6,200

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Anodized intercooler pipes (red or blue) $220 $220
Polished intercooler pipes
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

all,

sorry for wrongly posted. came out a few times.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nvm, not ur fault... TMNuts

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all,

sorry for wrongly posted. came out a few times.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am not sure about you guys.
But after I install K&N Air filter, the 1st gear pickup so great and I like it so much. Turbo kit is hard to control and might be dangerous, if you not use to it.

Just some opinion.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2006 9:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hi dtagmy,

wow, nice sharing brother. so the transplant the engine, izit local mechanic here can assemble it? afraid later they simply do and mess up our accent.

btw, i dun think we can pass the JPJ inspection... can?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 4:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

there is one accent at Kelantan that having turbo kit by using ori engine.
u all can find it in Majalah KERETA NO. 21 if i'm not wrong.
that guy spend RM10K just to install the hybrid turbo kit.
he also using 17" rims and strait pipe.
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