My ride = 1st generation Proton WIRA with C97 chasis code.Original spec =
4G15 SOHC Caburetor engine
5 speed manual Gear box
175/70/R13 wheels 100PCD
Front Single pot Ventilated Disc Brake
Rear Trailing Drum Brake
My Old Caburetor 4G15:
Rear Portion of the car. Stock Setup = 13" wheels with trailing drum brakes:Converted into =
4G92 DOHC MIVEC-MD 1st gen black top.
1/2 cut Lowered springs front.
Front Brakes Upgraded with EVOIII Ventilated Twin Pot Disc Brake
Rear Brakes from Lancer CJ4A single pot solid disk brake
HKS open pod mushroom filter.
2" Exhaust piping till the rear.
1 center bullet/twister added right after the flexi pipe,
1 Mid-silentcer/mufler . (Local Traffic authority noise reduction requirement)
3" Semi S-flow 5Zigen replica sport exhaust.
195/50/R15 Yokohama tyre front
195/50/R15 Sime Tyre rear (Sime tyre normally rated by our Malaysian as the cheapest tyre as it performance in wet road = worst of all the tyre options available in the Malaysian Market.)
BSA Light weight 15" rim with 8 holes 100 and 114.3 PCD
Everything else is stock standard. A sleeper look ride to avoid attract illegal streat racers gangster's attention.
My ride at the entrance ramp:
Front corner view. (Photo taken just after car washed)
Rear corner view.
Front low view. (notice some rubber parts missing from the bumper? it flew off when i drove at speed 160Km/hr on highway.)
Rear exhaust view.
Front Lowered spring with short stroke absober original taken from the 1/2 cut.
EVOIII twin pot ventilated disc brake front.
My interior original Proton except the aircond controller. The plastic panel broken due to extream heat in Malaysia weather after more than 10 years everyday under the sun public car park.
Idling with aircond compressor kick in. Reading = 840RPM.
Did not vibrate much.
Idiling without aircond compressor on. Reading = 780RPM.
Slight vibration can be felt inside on the stering.
Idiling without aircond compressor on and when MD engage 2 cylinders.
Reading = 960RPM. With aircond on = 1050RPM.
Stronger vibration can be felt inside the cabin. The exhaust note also different.
My small little 4G92 MIVEC-MD engine.
Engine Oil pressure switch is leaking...(Don't know what is the part number)
Notice the Stock extractor still has a factory marker on it. Don know why it is still there after the car already clocked more than 200,000KM
Thats all the picture i got for now. Will update again when my next project in upgrading comes in. Tight budget right now...[/b][/img]