2012 Hyundai Elantra GT by Bisimoto Engineering review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 25 October 2012 , 03:10:18 byVeronica

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Hyundai Elantra GT by Bisimoto Engineering

Korean carmaker Hyundai has prepared a lot of surprises for all its fans and customers. Beside the Hyundai HB20X, the carmaker also managed to finish working on their new Elantra GT, which will be revealed at the SEMA Show. The new model is actually the result of collaboration between the carmaker and Bisimoto Engineering specialists. The tuning package they have prepared is actually quite a big deal.

Its 1.8-liter engine is now capable of generating more than 600 horsepower after the modification. How did they do it? Well, the process is not really that complicated. The engineers used specially made steel connecting rods, turbo kit, intake gasket, injectors and also camshafts. This is not all, but the list continues with Arias forged pistons, a Spearco intercooler and NGK Iridium spark plugs. Actually all these refer to the engine. Next on the list, the specialists from Bisimoto Engineering did some modifications for the chassis and suspension. The exterior and interior of the Hyundai Elantra GT did not remain the same. For an easier understanding let us tell you more. The specialists have provided a new clutch, a JNF roll cage, sway bar and a coil over suspension. To send the output to the road, they have used 18 x 8.5 Buddy Club P1 Racing SF Challenge Wheels. In terms of interior, the new Elantra GT received racing seats and harness, an AEM wideband failsafe module, a Racepack IQ3 dash and reservoir socks. When it comes to the inside paint, the tuners have used a Rueda paint. They have installed an Odyssey dry cell battery as well.

Specialists from Bisimoto Engineering are very talented and innovative, trying to always bring new products to satisfy the needs of their customers. Cars developed by Hyundai are distributed throughout the US and serviced in another 800 dealerships nationwide.