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 #45210  by andrés.ignacio
 Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:21 pm
Hello there.
New member here. I got a 16' Suzuki kizashi Base Manual (GLX Here) brand new the last year.
Im from Chile, we have the lastest units of the Kizashi selling here until december '16.
I done a few mods to the car like 18" Wheels from a Sport Kizashi, Install Fog lights (plug and play installation)
and the last two mods i have done was Repro the ECU with the guys from Kenner Motorsport, they took off almost a 100% throttle lag away and improve the injection and timing. worth every bucks that i paid for this mod.
And lastly, yesterday took my steering wheel off and put one from a 14' Limited CVT Kizashi W/Paddles comes in leather and Cruise Control.Like the Fog lights was plug and play installation.

The car also have k&n air filter (original air box)
6000K 55w Xenon from Kensun (Low beam)
6000k 35w xenon from kensun (fog lights)
XHP-50 LED CREE to the high beam (works like a charm)
I´ve change all the exterior lights with osram leds (brake, license, doors and the little one beneath the high beam) except the turn signal to avoid hyperflashing .
Also, change the transmission fluid to synthetic Ravenol 75w-80 GL4
and put some CERA TEC from Liqui Moly to the engine. Smooth the engine, reduce friction and improve MPG.

I think that's it. The car now have 15k miles. I left some pics.
Thanks!

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My two kids haha (Yamaha YFZ 450R SE)
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The lastest mod
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 #45211  by KuroNekko
 Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:57 pm
Welcome.
Good to see you put some work into your Kizashi. There are a few other members here from Chile but it seems like it's a rare car in South America too.
Where were you able to find the parts like the fog lights and steering wheel?
 #45213  by andrés.ignacio
 Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:19 pm
KuroNekko wrote:Welcome.
Good to see you put some work into your Kizashi. There are a few other members here from Chile but it seems like it's a rare car in South America too.
Where were you able to find the parts like the fog lights and steering wheel?


Even here with 68 brands was a rare car.
In the case of the steering wheel fund a donor at the Market Place of Facebook, 40km from home in a Junk Yard. The donor was stole and the insurance company replace a new car to the owner.
The fog lights and the bezel was purchased from Germans ebay site.