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View Poll Results: What Giulietta you Modified?
1.4 MA 7 17.07%
1.4 TB 2 4.88%
QV 9 21.95%
1.6d 105 2 4.88%
2.0d 140 2 4.88%
2.0d 170 3 7.32%
Haven't modified 16 39.02%
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Have you modified your giulietta?

Well have you? any mod to ecu, exhaust, filter anything..

What model you modified & what have you done?

p.s i dont mean accessories, i mean aftermarket parts. performance enhancing etc?

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1.6 Jtdm ...GT1756 Turbo ,turbocative UK, special build, larger injectors,larger inlet ,Exhaust (DPF and EGR off , physically and electronically and twin exit tips) and custom re-map for hardware changes.
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1.6 Jtdm ...GT1756 Turbo ,turbocative UK, special build, larger injectors,larger inlet ,Exhaust (DPF and EGR off , physically and electronically and twin exit tips) and custom re-map for hardware changes.

Wouldn't it be easier to byu a 2.0-litre?
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1.6 Jtdm ...GT1756 Turbo ,turbocative UK, special build, larger injectors,larger inlet ,Exhaust (DPF and EGR off , physically and electronically and twin exit tips) and custom re-map for hardware changes.


Would be nice to have seen the build with pics and all...
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Giulietta QV.

had Novitec powerjet on, took it off to make room for ECU remap to be done in future.
Now has BMC custom intake on it.
Novitec spacers.
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GQV with Novitec Powerbox 3.
BMC filter going in this weekend and hoping to modify and move the airbox inlet from inside the engine bay to take air from the grill surrounding the foglight after I have drilled holes in it etc, making it more of a ram airbox than just an air filter housing.
Final mod will be EBC turbo groove discs and Red Stuff pads all round. Planned for August.
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GQV with Novitec Powerbox 3.
BMC filter going in this weekend and hoping to modify and move the airbox inlet from inside the engine bay to take air from the grill surrounding the foglight after I have drilled holes in it etc, making it more of a ram airbox than just an air filter housing.
Final mod will be EBC turbo groove discs and Red Stuff pads all round. Planned for August.
I was planning on doing the ram type thing aswell...

Pls post a pic of how you did it?
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MA, just replaced the standard airfilter with BMC..

For speed I drive the GTA

Once my warranty and service plan is over I will chip the Giulietta and remove the cats and do the downpipe etc...
 
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Wouldn't it be easier to byu a 2.0-litre?
Nope!2.0 litre costs €8,300 more ,then I would still need to do the DPF+EGR off and fit bigger turbo,like the one I fitted on mine 1.6!
However,I do have the 2.0 litre injectors fitted,so thats something
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GQV, RadioNav, folding mirrors, heated seats, rear sensors

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Considering having the front plate airbrushed on.
Wanting some spacers for the rear
Do you have a link to the pics for your space saver sub, and how does it sound? Im getting an iPad doc for the car soon.
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The space saver sub is good, but I had 2 12" subs in the mondeo i had before so in comparison was a bit rubbish.

I need to build a thread with the sub fitting and stuff as I can't seem to find the old one, when I've done that, It'll be in the ICE section and linked to the guili section
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I was planning on doing the ram type thing aswell...

Pls post a pic of how you did it?

Not a problem, all things being equal and Mrs Marzy letting me out to play, I should be doing it this coming weekend. I will take pics. Should not be too difficult.... famous last words
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Wouldn't it be easier to byu a 2.0-litre?
+1.How much is it?
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Mine with, air filter in box, itg brand, mid to end ragazzon exhaust, novitec box, +1 hp myself.
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