Just a video to show the acceleration of the car, nothing special. Car is a 1997 X3 Hyundai Excel/Accent 3 door hatchback, 12v SOHC G4EK engine. 150,000km (around 95,000mi). All stock except for a 2" Redback Exhaust.
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2013 Hyundai Accent GLS AUTO Start up, Walkaround and Vehicle Tour
Welcome to JustinsCarReviews. Today I present to you the 2013 Hyundai
Accent GLS. This trim of the Accent is the most loaded Accent you can buy
in the Canadian market. This vehicle features: XM radio, Automatic climate
control, 6 speed automatic transmission, alloy wheels, 4 wheel disc brakes,
power sliding sunroof, front heated seats, leather wrapped steering wheel,
steering wheel controls and LED turn signal indicators integrated on the
side mirrors. Leather interior is not available on the Accent. the Accent
comes in 2 different body styles, the hatch and the sedan. You can pick up
an Accent L manual for just $12,000.00 right now (with 2500.00 price
adjustment). This trim features: body colored door handles and mirrors, 4
wheel disc brakes, power locks, drivers seat height adjustment, CD player,
AM/FM stereo with AUX/USB ports, traction control, stability control and
Dual front&side and curtain airbags. Overall a very good value for a basic
vehicle and a around town commuter car. more features than a Nissan Versa!
I would gladly recommend this car as a first car, graduation gift, commuter
and inexpensive new car. If you would like more space take a look at the
In Tribute to Hyundai Accent (X3)
A Hyundai Accent (X3) or Excel in Australia is marketed in 1994-1999 in
Korea and 1996-1999 in Thailand
Hyundai Accent (X3) having a 1.5L 12 Valve engine and 5MT/4AT and 3 styling
3 Door (Marketed in Thailand with Sprint name) 4 Door and 5 Door
Accent Turbo 0 - 140km Acceleration
Video de mi accent 1997
1997 Accent GLS Specs:
1.5L 12V SOHC
turbo TD04L @ 5psi (Estaba en mi WRX
2004 -- Mi WRX ahora tiene un IHI VF22)
Tubería a medida
Escape de 2"
Válvula de Blowoff
Bomba de gasolina Walbro 255 LPH
Clutch de Bronze con volante alivianado
Reprogramación en la compu
Regulador de gasolina
Indicadores de Boost, relación
aire/gasolina, presion de aceite, tacómetro con shift light
Cables de candelas de alto rendimiento
Suspension baja delantera
Strut Bar delantera
1997 Accent GLS Specs:
1.5L 12V SOHC
turbo TD04L @ 5psi (from my WRX 2004 --
My WRX now has an IHI VF22 turbo)
Custom made piping
Front Mont Intercooler
Walbro 255 LPH In-Tank Fuel pump
Bronze clutch with light flywheel
Fuel Pressure Regulator
Boost gauge, Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge,
Oil Pressure Gauge, shift light tachometer
Custom racing steering wheel
High performance spark plug cables
Lowered Front Springs
Front Strut Bar
Note: In this video my car had a little open the wastegate actuator so it
is not at fast as it is right now. Now I am running at 7 psi and have
larger fuel injectors from an elantra 1.8L My car is now faster!!! XD. In the video it was late night
and the road was wet so my tires spun a little.
Also I got a 10000k HID's
1989 Hyundai Excel / Mitsubishi Precis | Frontal Crash Test by NHTSA | CrashNet1
AKA: Mitsubishi Precis / Hyundai Excel / Hyundai Pony Presto
Impact speed 30mph
Head injury criteria(HIC):Driver-573, Passenger-286.
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