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wicks2014GT
post Dec 31 2014, 04:25 PM
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Does anyone out there know where I could find some tasty performance parts for my 2014 GT? I've looked around at the usual places but I'm not finding much that will help overall performance.


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post Dec 31 2014, 05:07 PM
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Are you looking for anything specific? I'm sure anything for a 2011+ Elantra will work for you. eBay's got some name brand intakes, Pierce Motorsports has lots of stuff for Velosters (that shares a chassis with the Elantra, many parts are interchangeable). Billet Pro Shop makes a STS, UltraRacing makes a few bars. Really it doesn't seem like there's too much, but other more seasoned members might be able to point you in a better direction.


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post Jan 1 2015, 09:26 PM
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Doesn't the 2011 elantra have a 1.8 where the 14 has a 2.0? I will check out the veloster suspension stuff. From what I have read the critics aren't to high on the handleing of the GT.
I was hoping to start with trying to help the engine breath a little better then go from there.


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post Jan 1 2015, 09:39 PM
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Didn't even know about the 2.0, but the chassis should be identical.


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post Jan 1 2015, 09:41 PM
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i looked quick and couldn't really find anything in the CAI department for that car but you could probably make something custom really easy.

and there is a good chance you could get a pierce rear bar for that. the GT is only about 100lbs heavier than a VT with a pano roof, so the springs are most likely a safe bet. i'm not 100% sure on the coilovers, there is a chance the front ones may have the tierod notch in a different spot. but nobody has tried it yet.


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post Jan 2 2015, 12:42 PM
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They just put the 2.0 in the 2014 GT. It's not in the sedan or other elantra models.


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this could be usefull
http://www.i30ownersclub.com/forum/index.php?topic=31428.0

note that most speedshop offer these air intake kits that you can build by buying all the different parts.
They have a plastoc version to make a template and then they can order the chrome parts needed to build it
The way the parts conenct to each other makes for a flat interior surface not to disturb air flow

Then you can buy a good K&N cone filter and call it day for a lot less than those specific kits


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post Mar 12 2015, 04:20 AM
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A free flowing exhaust can help boost the power of your GT.


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QUOTE (wicks2014GT @ Dec 31 2014, 05:25 PM) *
Does anyone out there know where I could find some tasty performance parts for my 2014 GT? I've looked around at the usual places but I'm not finding much that will help overall performance.


I am also looking for a cold air intake kit for a '14 GT 2.0. Did you ever have any luck in finding one? I checked ebay, but haven't been able to find it there even.


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My cousin was able to order and get a knn drop in filter from 4wheelonline. I believe they are also selling AEM cai kit for i30.


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I just ordered an Injen CAI P/N SP1361P. Has not come in yet, but was mid priced. K&N made the 69-Series Typhoon which was probably tops, but did cost more.
Will update after receipt & install. Just beginning the upgrade process. Just joined the forum to learn from others escapades, Don't want to get too far out until car is
paid for; but definitely going to start sporting it up. Hope info might help.


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