This site is used for recording and to share the modifications which I have done to my Suzuki Swift Sport 1.6M.
All modifications are made according to my personal preferences and not advertising for any workshop or any brands.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Get WET soon!!

Hi guys,
Sorry for the lack of action here!!
Will be back soon with more mods and poisons!!
Make sure you are can be sure of that!! HAHAHA..
Sneak preview...

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Sunday, January 6, 2013

3lack Underground meet up at Kallang Carpark

Photos thanks to Eric Lam from 3lack Underground.

Replacing stock steering wheel

Here comes the pizzas...
 Was planning to change to the 350mm Deep Dish 90mm 2 spokes Sparco Safari steering initially.
Until I saw the 350mm flat Personal steering wheel by Nardi.
Attracted by the built you go.
Goes along with the Works Bell boss kit.
 I like the horn design. it gives a premium look
The steering wheel sits too far away from my sitting position hence I will need a spacer to "push" the steering wheel closer to me.
Thanks to a Tim. He gave me his 40mm spacers which I have yet to install it.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Suzuki Sport front top and bottom grill

Bought these used original Suzuki Sport front top and bottom grills.
Preparing to...
Oppa Gangnam Style
 Had to down the front bumper in order to fix the bottom grill
Grills installed
S Logo-less in front...I am thinking if I should remove the rear S logo too...

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Replacing the stock Recaro seat

I like the stock Recaro seat. It's a limited edition, only 500 sets are made by Japan which comes in leather and alcantara material.
The cushion is firm and it's really comfortable to sit on but it's not hugging enough for tight corners. And the sitting position is too high though my ride is already lowered to the max, I still feel like driving a SUV =)
Hence I decided to replace it with a full bucket racing seat.
Gotten this used M size Original Bride Low Max Vios III with glittering silver backing to match my car colour from the Swift Club SG forum.
FIA is already expired but it doesn't really matters to me so long as it's original.

For the seat rails, I have selected the Miki rails from Miki Marketing. The double locking design provides a super low sitting position which makes you feel closer to the ground.

The ride is already very uncomfortable as I am on the Suzuki Sport Circuit Stroke. So in order not to add on the discomfort for the passenger, I am keeping the stock Recaro for the passenger =)
The DIY session starts
Original Bride Low Max Vios III with the Bride side paddings
Glittering silver backing to match the silver car
 Rails from Miki Marketing
Super low double locking rails
Recaro vs Bride
Might want to change to these L brackets from Miki Marketing as well.
The built of it looks strong.
 Will upload more pictures on how it looks like when it's installed onto the car and the height of the sitting position.
Definitely gain more confidence when entering a corner with a full bucket racing seat =)

My first car - Suzuki Swift

Introducing my first self-owned car of my life - The Suzuki Swift 1.3 AT
which started me into this expensive hobby =)