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  1. Join Date
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    #671
    Ask ko lang kung anong tire size ang kasya sa stock height ng vitara? Thanks!

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    #672
    Quote Originally Posted by kopi View Post
    Ask ko lang kung anong tire size ang kasya sa stock height ng vitara? Thanks!
    Sir san mka bili lifter ng vitara jlx96?
    Gusto ko ilift ksi yng sa amin.

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    #673
    Di ba mahirap parts ng vitara sir?
    Fuel consumption?

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    #674
    Quote Originally Posted by kopi View Post
    Ask ko lang kung anong tire size ang kasya sa stock height ng vitara? Thanks!
    Stock Vitara setup would allow us much as 235/75r15 or 29" Tires without rubbing. You can fit 30x9.5r15 but it will rub against the plastic bumper. You can have it skillfully cut by your seasoned latero and the cut would be negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kopi View Post
    Ask ko lang kung anong tire size ang kasya sa stock height ng vitara? Thanks!
    Stock Vitara setup would allow us much as 235/75r15 or 29" Tires without rubbing. You can fit 30x9.5r15 but it will rub against the plastic bumper. You can have it skillfully cut by your seasoned latero and the cut would be negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul77 View Post
    Sir san mka bili lifter ng vitara jlx96?
    Gusto ko ilift ksi yng sa amin.
    Boss,

    Pag 2" lift lang po marami pong paraan.

    The pricey path:

    1) Ironman offers a 2" kit comprising of coils and springs only. Set is around 35K.
    2) Old Man Emu also has this kit for 50K.

    The Budget path:

    (((IF You want a suspension lift))
    1) You can simply go for 2" coil spacers (rubber or aluminum). They will increase ride height but will not give any extra articulation the way longer coils will.
    2) You will need to put 2" extension brackets on your stock front struts (front shock absorbers) to compensate for the 2" additional height of the coils.
    3) You will also need to get longer rear shock absorbers. There are a lot of affordable options for this. Stock shocks have a length of 19". So you need to get 21" or 22" long shocks. KYB Premium is the most affordable.
    4) You will also need to adjust your camber alignments so you need to get camber bolts.
    Estimated cost: 15K

    Another option is a 2" Body Lift only. This does not alter any of your suspension geometry. All it does is lift your car's body 2" above the chassis giving a visual lift only. These are normally done to fit larger tires to prevent them from rubbing against the fender walls. But it gives the illusion of a lift.
    Estimated cost: 6K

    Hope this helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul77 View Post
    Sir san mka bili lifter ng vitara jlx96?
    Gusto ko ilift ksi yng sa amin.
    Boss,

    Pag 2" lift lang po marami pong paraan.

    The pricey path:

    1) Ironman offers a 2" kit comprising of coils and springs only. Set is around 35K.
    2) Old Man Emu also has this kit for 50K.

    The Budget path:

    (((IF You want a suspension lift))
    1) You can simply go for 2" coil spacers (rubber or aluminum). They will increase ride height but will not give any extra articulation the way longer coils will.
    2) You will need to put 2" extension brackets on your stock front struts (front shock absorbers) to compensate for the 2" additional height of the coils.
    3) You will also need to get longer rear shock absorbers. There are a lot of affordable options for this. Stock shocks have a length of 19". So you need to get 21" or 22" long shocks. KYB Premium is the most affordable.
    4) You will also need to adjust your camber alignments so you need to get camber bolts.
    Estimated cost: 15K

    Another option is a 2" Body Lift only. This does not alter any of your suspension geometry. All it does is lift your car's body 2" above the chassis giving a visual lift only. These are normally done to fit larger tires to prevent them from rubbing against the fender walls. But it gives the illusion of a lift.
    Estimated cost: 6K

    Hope this helps...

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    #675
    Quote Originally Posted by nujbc11111 View Post
    Di ba mahirap parts ng vitara sir?
    Fuel consumption?
    Vitara parts are not hard to come by. They are only expensive compared to Toyota parts. But they are easily sourceable.
    FC for a well maintained stock would be 12kms/ltr city driving and 16kms/lts highway... FC for Modified rigs with chunky tires would be a fraction of those numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by nujbc11111 View Post
    Di ba mahirap parts ng vitara sir?
    Fuel consumption?
    Vitara parts are not hard to come by. They are only expensive compared to Toyota parts. But they are easily sourceable.
    FC for a well maintained stock would be 12kms/ltr city driving and 16kms/lts highway... FC for Modified rigs with chunky tires would be a fraction of those numbers

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    #676
    Quote Originally Posted by dax18 View Post
    good day mga sir hingi lang po sana ako ng input kung anung possible na tama nung vitara JLX 96 model namin, we purchased the car as 2nd hand at interior and body is flawless reason why we did not hesitate to buy the car . when we did a test drive it was running good,as as we brought it home we noticed that the water from the radiator was almost empty the engine is overheating we brought it to the mechanic and was informed that it is a loose compression issue and the water is also mixing in with the fuel,they had to do a top overhaul change gaskets change radiator as well they also had the engine waorked on a machine shop,after 4 days they were able to accomplish the repair but there still issues on the engine the 3rd cylinder from the front is not working,we had it checked again at reys electrical found out that all the plug wires has electricity,also one issue is when we are driving uphill wlang hatak sa 2nd gear and the following gears kahit nakabwelo na,we need to stay at 1st gear para lang makaakyat,hingi lang po sana ko ng input kung anu po kayang reason kung bakit hindi gumagana yung 3rd cylinder at bakit ayaw humatak sa 2nd gear pag akyatan na,im planning to change the spark plugs muna but im not sure if it will fix it,anu nga po palang spark plug ang bibilhin ko TIA mga master NOOB kasi ako sa sasakyan
    Hi Dax18,

    Were you able to sort out this problem already?

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    #677
    Quote Originally Posted by Zooker View Post
    Stock Vitara setup would allow us much as 235/75r15 or 29" Tires without rubbing. You can fit 30x9.5r15 but it will rub against the plastic bumper. You can have it skillfully cut by your seasoned latero and the cut would be negligible.

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    Stock Vitara setup would allow us much as 235/75r15 or 29" Tires without rubbing. You can fit 30x9.5r15 but it will rub against the plastic bumper. You can have it skillfully cut by your seasoned latero and the cut would be negligible.

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    Boss,

    Pag 2" lift lang po marami pong paraan.

    The pricey path:

    1) Ironman offers a 2" kit comprising of coils and springs only. Set is around 35K.
    2) Old Man Emu also has this kit for 50K.

    The Budget path:

    (((IF You want a suspension lift))
    1) You can simply go for 2" coil spacers (rubber or aluminum). They will increase ride height but will not give any extra articulation the way longer coils will.
    2) You will need to put 2" extension brackets on your stock front struts (front shock absorbers) to compensate for the 2" additional height of the coils.
    3) You will also need to get longer rear shock absorbers. There are a lot of affordable options for this. Stock shocks have a length of 19". So you need to get 21" or 22" long shocks. KYB Premium is the most affordable.
    4) You will also need to adjust your camber alignments so you need to get camber bolts.
    Estimated cost: 15K

    Another option is a 2" Body Lift only. This does not alter any of your suspension geometry. All it does is lift your car's body 2" above the chassis giving a visual lift only. These are normally done to fit larger tires to prevent them from rubbing against the fender walls. But it gives the illusion of a lift.
    Estimated cost: 6K

    Hope this helps...

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    Boss,

    Pag 2" lift lang po marami pong paraan.

    The pricey path:

    1) Ironman offers a 2" kit comprising of coils and springs only. Set is around 35K.
    2) Old Man Emu also has this kit for 50K.

    The Budget path:

    (((IF You want a suspension lift))
    1) You can simply go for 2" coil spacers (rubber or aluminum). They will increase ride height but will not give any extra articulation the way longer coils will.
    2) You will need to put 2" extension brackets on your stock front struts (front shock absorbers) to compensate for the 2" additional height of the coils.
    3) You will also need to get longer rear shock absorbers. There are a lot of affordable options for this. Stock shocks have a length of 19". So you need to get 21" or 22" long shocks. KYB Premium is the most affordable.
    4) You will also need to adjust your camber alignments so you need to get camber bolts.
    Estimated cost: 15K

    Another option is a 2" Body Lift only. This does not alter any of your suspension geometry. All it does is lift your car's body 2" above the chassis giving a visual lift only. These are normally done to fit larger tires to prevent them from rubbing against the fender walls. But it gives the illusion of a lift.
    Estimated cost: 6K

    Hope this helps...

    Hi Zooker,

    I want to lift my suki '97, do you have any recommendation where to buy this parts locally?

  8. Join Date
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    #678
    Quote Originally Posted by avv View Post
    Hi Zooker,

    I want to lift my suki '97, do you have any recommendation where to buy this parts locally?
    Hey Man,

    For the ARB kit, you can go to RATS4x4 along Katipunan.
    For the Ironman kit, you can go to MONSTERWORX Steel Fabrications in c5 Extension near SM Sucat and look for Raymond Rivera...

    If you wish to ask for the cheaper alternative I posted in the previous messages, send me a PM as there are many things to consider when you go that way.

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    #679
    Sir zooker possible ba iconvert sa diesel engine ang vitara while maintaining its 4x4? I understand that the Mazda RF engine is compatible, but how about the transmission? Thanks in advance!

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    #680
    Meron kayong alam na head unit na touch screed with nav para sa suzuki grand vitara 2015? Hm? Tnx

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