2003 Hyundai Tiburon Turbo - Performance Car - Needs Clutch on 2040-cars
Danville, Kentucky, United States
A professionally modded turbo Tiburon. This car has more top end performance components than most and they are all professionally installed. (Listed below)I am selling low due to these reasons...----
NEEDS A CLUTCH ---- NEEDS DETAILING ---- NEEDS FRONT GROUND EFFECT ----
2003 4 cylinder 2.0 engine. Only 82,000 Miles. As it's tuned the car hits about 300 WHP., The turbo can handle 36 PSI, so it can be turned up and up to around 450WHP!!!
Must see, this car stands out in a crowd and always gets compliments. Recently awarded "Royal Family" status with Royal Purple racing fluids.-- Over $20,000 in Performance Modifications (not including labor!!!)
The MAIN photo is a shot of her cleaned up, after that the next several photos are what the car currently looks like... Dirty and with broken front ground effect. The remaining photos are showing her cleaned up so you know what she is capable of with just a little effort.
As I said, the car needs a clutch, so the buyer will have to have it towed or trailered away. Other than this the car is in pretty good shape, and is a real bargain.
-- Over $20,000 in Performance Modifications (not including labor!!!)
All fluids by Royal Purple!
SFR Stage 2+ Turbo kit
Garret GT28-RS Stage 3 Turbo The "Disco Potato" 2.5 Bar Map Sensor by SFR
Blow Off Valve by SFR
Intercooler by SFR
ECU reflash on dyno by SFR
630cc Injectors by Siemens
65mm throttle body by SFR
AIRRAM intake manifold - Beta 1/2 AirRam Intake Manifold - only 3 sold! Innovative Motorsports Turbo Timer
Torque Damper SFR System Upgrade
Polyurthane Motor Mounts SFR System Upgrade
NGK hot wires
NGK Iridium IX spark plugs
ARK 3" Single Outlet Exhaust
VHR hyper racing clutch set and light weight flywheel TWM STS with complete brass bushings
Apex-I Super AFC 2
Obx Radiator hoses
Custom ground wire set
Corbeau A4 seats
Corbeau 4-point harnesses
Momo leather steering wheel
Sparco wheel hub
GloShift Tinted 7 Series Gauges (EXT temp, Boost & Oil pressure) Gaugeworks Triple Gauge Pod
AEM Wideband Air Fuel Gauge
TWM Weighted Piston Shift Knob
Custom painted trim
Custom C/F door trim
-SUSPENSION, BRAKES & ROLLERS-
B&G 1.5" Drop Sport Springs RRM Strut Tower Brace Kspec Mid Brace Bar
Kspec Rear Strut Tower Brace
Rotora Big-Brake Kit w/ Steel Brake Lines Mod-Tech 18x8 Rims
215 35 18 Toyo Proxes 4 tires
ARP Wheel Studs
Aerogear Hybrid 2 Body Kit
APR C/F Diffusers
05 Tiburon Headlight Conversion PIAA H7 bulbs
Aluminum Gas Lid
Eclipse Double-din DVD head unit
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Auto blogThu, 02 Jan 2014
Even with the arrival of the new Hyundai Genesis Sedan (above) and the expected introduction of at least two other new vehicles in 2014, Hyundai-Kia is estimating its sales will only increase by about 4.1 percent this year. Bloomberg has found that figure, which works out to a total of 7.86 million vehicles worldwide, to be lower than average analyst estimates of eight million vehicles. If the automaker is correct, that figure will represent the most sluggish growth for the Korean brands since 2006.
Based on an exchange rate of 1,050 won to the dollar - right now it's trading at anywhere from 1,050 to 1,052 depending on where you look - Hyundai is predicting a 3.8-percent uptick for sales of 4.9 million units, while Kia is expecting a 4.7-percent uptick for sales of 2.96 million units. That exchange rate is predicted to be part of what will hamper sales this year, with a stronger South Korean won making Japanese cars more price-competitive when cross-shopped. It's unclear how Hyundai derived its exchange rate, but 1,050 won to the dollar almost matches the 52-week high for all of 2013.
The company chairman mentioned a "low growth era" in the world economy, and weaker US sales are rumored to at least part of the reason John Krafcik recently vacated the post of Hyundai Motor America CEO, a post that has been filled by executive vice president of sales, David Zuchowski. That unexpected news capped a year in which two top execs resigned over quality issues and recalls and Hyundai agreed to settle a consolidated lawsuit over inflated fuel economy ratings for $395 million.
According to Reuters, South Korea's labor unions may have reached a tentative deal with Hyundai following a compromise between the two sides on wages. Workers have staged a number of stoppages since August 20, which have cost the South Korean giant 1.02 trillion won - around $1.1B US. It also represents just over 50,000 units of production. That vehicle total sounds like a lot, but it's a small enough figure that Hyundai can apparently catch up with weekend and overtime shifts. We'd wager that this is why US inventories haven't been hit quite so hard aside from the battering already taking place. The proposal will now go before the union's rank and file.
If ratified, the new agreement will see workers getting a 5.14-percent raise in base salaries, along with 8.5-million-won (roughly $7,800) bonuses. Those concessions are a far cry compared to what the union was initially demanding, though. Early proposals included a 56.25-gram gold medal for each employee (worth about $2,400) and a 10-million won bonus (about $9,100) for employees whose children chose not to attend college. The union also sought a bonus worth two months' salary for workers that have been with the company for over 40 years, but this was negotiated down to a flat rate of six-million won ($5,464).
Based on Reuters' report, the work stoppages must have taken a real toll on Hyundai - its domestic sales dropped 20 percent last month, while exports were down nine percent. Those startling figures must have put some fire under the Hyundai bargaining team.
Each extra inch in the wheelbase of the six- and seven-passenger 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe, compared to the five-seat Santa Fe Sport, will cost you $1,000. The larger version of Hyundai's new people carrier is 3.9 inches longer, and whereas the Santa Fe Sport was priced at $24,450, the roomier Santa Fe comes in four flavors that start at $28,350 for the front-wheel drive GLS version. Adding all-wheel drive to the GLS tacks on another $1,750, stepping up to the front-wheel Limited takes you to $33,100, the all-wheel drive Limited topping things out at $34,850. For the true price, you'll need to add *$845 to those prices for freight.
The base price is the same as Hyundai's previous seven-seater option, the Veracruz, slapped on a vehicle with much better looks and more features. Compared to the Santa Fe Sport, the six- and seven-passenger option has 8.5 extra inches in overall length, 1.9 extra inches of second-row legroom and that third row of seating in its hind quarters. The second row can be had as a traditional bench or captain's chairs on the Limited. Under the hood is the same 3.3-liter direct-injection V6 with 290 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque, mated to a six-speed Shiftronic transmission, and the same EPA estimated 25 highway miles per gallon for the FWD version.
You also get extra standard amenities like a 115-volt socket, power liftgate and rear-seat climate controls. Check out the press release below to find out all about them.