Re: SPS Motorsport

#32
This 10th-anniversary NB got in our workshop because on our last trackday in Anneau Du Rhin the timing belt got destroyed by some dirt of the track.

We supposed the valves also got broken because of other camshafts and higher compression, but luckily nothing else got broken.

It is a 1.8L bored to 2.0L with an ITB and very aggressive camshafts. On the dyno it produces 230 natural aspirated horsepower at 7800rpm.
Because of that power and a shorter final drive in combination with a 6-speed gearbox and a shortshifter it is really much fun to drive. :D

Specs:
- 1.8L BP bored to 2.0L with 85.5mm pistons
- Jenvey ITB
- Mishimoto X-Line radiator for Honda Civic
- Reverie RH carbon airbox with custom ram-air hose
- König K 5000 seats
- OZ Ultraleggera 15 inch
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Best regards
Guido from SPS
https://sps-motorsport.com
https://sps-motorsportshop.com
https://facebook.com/SPSMotorsport

Re: SPS Motorsport

#33
This is a really nice sleeper setup. A 1.8L NA with a GT3071R turbocharger producing more than 350hp.
The owner doesn't want a rollover bar because he wants to keep the sleeper look.

Specs:
- 1.8L BP bored for 84.5mm Wiseco pistons
- K1 conrods
- ACL main- and rod bearings
- Boundary stage 2 oilpump
- ARP head stud kit
- Garret GT3071R turbocharger
- ATI Superdamper
- SPS oil cooling kit
- Mishimoto radiator
- Skid Nation reroute kit
- 6-speed gearbox
- MiataRoadster short shifter
- StopTech BBK 280mm
- Rota Strike 8x15 20mm offset with Nankang AR-1
- CanChecked Display universal 2.8"
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YouTube:
https://youtu.be/DX4rvrRTUKQ

Best regards
Guido from SPS
https://sps-motorsport.com
https://sps-motorsportshop.com
https://facebook.com/SPSMotorsport

Re: SPS Motorsport

#34
Hello Guido,
all of these cars are great. And some of them more than other ones.

But, how do you guys register these cars in Germany with all of these modifications?

At the other today's topic here it is reported that technicians for MOT here in Croatia are requesting certificates even for some plastic side skirts...

Re: SPS Motorsport

#35
Your question is good. We have a big collection of documents for all the parts we sell and install.

To register the combination of some parts is also no problem if we look after the laws. Our professionals from the TUV know the limits and look after that. We are doing this for longer than 7 years so we have routine with this issues. We know exactly what is possible to register and what is not.

Best regards
Guido from SPS
https://sps-motorsport.com
https://sps-motorsportshop.com
https://facebook.com/SPSMotorsport