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Just get complete new rad brackets from Hyundai, they 're only about £15 each. If you get 2 left side ones it'll mean you won't have the sticky out bracket on the right one for an air feed which is no longer there.


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ok thought the photo of the car was a gen1,

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BRD wrote:still have the red engine mounts :) and soon to have blue ;)
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robbo wrote:Just get complete new rad brackets from Hyundai, they 're only about £15 each. If you get 2 left side ones it'll mean you won't have the sticky out bracket on the right one for an air feed which is no longer there.


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Hate to bug you again, but what's the ETA on the Gen 1/2 side poly mounts?

Mine are toast and I'm tired of window filling them. :icon-lol:
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JonGTR wrote:Hate to bug you again, but what's the ETA on the Gen 1/2 side poly mounts?

Mine are toast and I'm tired of window filling them. :icon-lol:

Still working on the top gear box mount for the gen2 the other side don't think can be done for the gen2 as it's damper mount if I remember right

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BRD wrote:
JonGTR wrote:Hate to bug you again, but what's the ETA on the Gen 1/2 side poly mounts?

Mine are toast and I'm tired of window filling them. :icon-lol:

Still working on the top gear box mount for the gen2 the other side don't think can be done for the gen2 as it's damper mount if I remember right
By gen2, I believe you mean 2002 and up? If so, then yes, they use a damper mount.
The gen1's 1996-2001, use a bushing style.
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JonGTR wrote:
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JonGTR wrote:Hate to bug you again, but what's the ETA on the Gen 1/2 side poly mounts?

Mine are toast and I'm tired of window filling them. :icon-lol:

Still working on the top gear box mount for the gen2 the other side don't think can be done for the gen2 as it's damper mount if I remember right
By gen2, I believe you mean 2002 and up? If so, then yes, they use a damper mount.
The gen1's 1996-2001, use a bushing style.
2002 and on is Gen 3, Late'ish 2005 is the facelift Gen 3.5 :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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Shel wrote:
JonGTR wrote:
BRD wrote:

Still working on the top gear box mount for the gen2 the other side don't think can be done for the gen2 as it's damper mount if I remember right
By gen2, I believe you mean 2002 and up? If so, then yes, they use a damper mount.
The gen1's 1996-2001, use a bushing style.
2002 and on is Gen 3, Late'ish 2005 is the facelift Gen 3.5 :handgestures-thumbupleft:
Yea, in the US we just call them RD1's, RD2's, and GK's and FL's. :icon-lol:

But, my 2001 "gen 2" utilizes a bushing mount on the cam side just like the front and rear bushings. :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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That's good to know. Just need to get hold of the side mounts then to make into poly. I have a gen2-3 top gear box which I'm working on

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few sets of Hyundai siii coupe Front ARB Bush's, for more info please send me a PM on here or Facebook thanks

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ok so was asked if I can do blue engine mount, just got some blue billets in stock to make some, so please send a Pm for more info

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Hey Lou, fitted the BRD Poly bush kit to the gear linkage this weekend (as you know).

Not sure if I did something wrong, but the bigger bush was about 0.5 mm too tall, so i couldn't get the R pin back in. I had already sanded the metal base where the pin is attached so it was definitely flush on there. I just sanded about 0.25 mm of each side of the bush and all was OK. R clip in and working flawlessly.

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Hi mate not shore why it did that as all the others have been fine. May be a 1 off. Or I may of been out on the lathe by .2-3mm for some reason

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BRD wrote:Hi mate not shore why it did that as all the others have been fine. May be a 1 off. Or I may of been out on the lathe by .2-3mm for some reason

It could be an issue with my linkage, but anyways no worries. Was an easy fix.

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Definitely gonna order a set if the gear link ones as everyone's raving on about them

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Dodge wrote:Definitely gonna order a set if the gear link ones as everyone's raving on about them

Simply brilliant!

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Dodge wrote:Definitely gonna order a set if the gear link ones as everyone's raving on about them
It's like having really accurate sex; the gears just go straight in, no fussing around trying to find the insertion point; resulting in more efficient thrust action :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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JaceMindu wrote:
Dodge wrote:Definitely gonna order a set if the gear link ones as everyone's raving on about them
It's like having really accurate sex; the gears just go straight in, no fussing around trying to find the insertion point; resulting in more efficient thrust action :handgestures-thumbupleft:

Yep, no more bouncing off her hip.

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Made that pesky reverse better aswell

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danarama wrote:Made that pesky reverse better aswell
Oh yeah, that's an understatement, trying to take the backwards route is so much easier now. When trying to get move knob in before, there was a lot of resistance, and it's so frustrating repeatedly trying to shoving it in again and again and it just won't go in, as if the hole wasn't there if the gap was too small, but once I fitted the bushes, I can shove it in like a buttered sausage down a corridor! Soooo satisfying!! :handgestures-thumbupleft:

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so busy day in the work shop, just finished turning a set of Engine mounts of the hyundai siii coupe, ready to ship to the USA,

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You my man are a genius :bow-yellow:
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Sexy, sexy precision tools; makes me all tingly inside :drool:
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Ahhh a Weiss lathe, the memories that picture invokes, pretty cool bit of kit them in the right hands, explains the very high quality of your bushes as you have awesome design skill and great kit :handgestures-thumbupleft:

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