4g93p mivec

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i.k.

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i've read past threads in this forum but would like some new input. where are the recommended workshops that can merge the mivec head with a 4g93p engine, n what's the current market price for a complete work? and does anyone have experience in doing it before? would appreciate if u could share ur views, pros and cons in doing such a hybrid.
 

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i.k. said:
i've read past threads in this forum but would like some new input. where are the recommended workshops that can merge the mivec head with a 4g93p engine, n what's the current market price for a complete work? and does anyone have experience in doing it before? would appreciate if u could share ur views, pros and cons in doing such a hybrid.
Try Spoon SS3
 

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Putra ar? Go to Y.S Khong in Taman Mayang there after the Lim Kok Wing,2nd junction right all the way straight on your left.
 

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YS doesn't really have experience in MIVEC, esp. not hybrid. Better to go to Spoon. They have done many 1.8 MIVEC hybrids.
 

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in my experience in taking a ride in a gti mivec,
it feels slow as hell, noisy like crap yet slow as hell i would think a stock 4g93p would have more punch to it.
 

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thanx for the input guys