Building a 06 hyundai tiburon

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Asked by Jul 03, 2015 at 04:57 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Tiburon GT LTD

Question type: Car Customization

Anyone have any good ideas, or things to look out for when i start building my tiburon.
Some friends were trying to convince me into just buying a 300zx and building it. but for
the same price as that car i can buy and install a NGM supercharger. so i think thats the
route i'm going to go, if anyone has any tips or know where to get decent parts that would
be much help.

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1,645

The best thing to do is have your cylinder head modified by a machine shop head service. Porting, & matching to the intake, polishing, bigger valves,, springs, etc. This Super head will need a racing camshaft too. I don't know what's availible for Hyundai. Crane cams can hard face over-lay on your stock camshaft & grind & reprofile the cam lobes. Of course all these mods will need more fuel to make more hp, like a bigger mm throttle body & tube headers. I went from a 57mm to a 62mm on a Mini Cooper-S. And or use a turbo charger? Sounds like a killer Tiburon huh? Good luck.

1,645

The special JCW (John Cooper Works) Mini-S uses a optional modified racing cylinder head & is good for much more hp over stock form, see?

1,645

Maybe have your Super Cylinder Head built first & set aside untill convient to switch & install it later. Then you will have 2 cylinder heads 1 stock & 1 racing.

1,645

Romeo Ferrari in Italy modifies the 1.4 lt Fiat engine cylinder head & gets 300-500 hp ! See?

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