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General Information

Year
-2018
Make
-Hyundai
Model
-Kona AWD 1.6T
Color
-Sonic Silver
Packages
-Limited
461158
443693

Modifications

Drivetrain
Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs, Wagner Veloster N racing intercooler, AeroTech spring rubbers, lowered 2 inches, sub-frame collars, Whiteline i30 N semi ball (pinned for safety) front anti-dive bushings, (Pinned) Veloster N rear swing arm bushings, Whiteline Hyundai Multi-Link rear poly bushings and Whiteline rear camber arms, Whiteline rear aluminum toe arms, front camber bolts, 1.5 neg camber on all 4s. N-Line lower trans mount with both rubber voids filled with epoxy clay. Frozen Rotors/Slotted, PowerStop Z23 brake pads. Ultra Racing strut brace that I reinforced by about 30%. Front ARP wheel studs, front 12mm wheel spacers, Wink 5 panel racing mirror, Lightweight 12.5 lbs AGM battery for spring/summer/fall. Soon to be installed Whiteline Front Roll Center/Bump Steer-Correction Kit.
Interior
- 2017 Hyundai Elantra GT Sport front seats. Schroth 3 point, anti-dive, DOT approved racing harness
Exterior
-Stock
Audio
-4) Audio Frog speakers, Alpine Amp, AudioControl LC7i.
Lighting
-Stock
Exhaust
-Stock
Wheel and Tire
-18x 8.5 rims, 235/45-18 Michelin Pilot Sport 3 A/S

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An Elantra GT N-Line would be "going backwards" There is not a single corner where it would be anywhere but behind my Kona AWD. Now in drag, the Elantra is 2-3 car lengths a head because it's lighter and has more hp, but that only helps a bit since both cars have the same torque figures. I have zero wheel spin and zero wheel hop, 100% hookup. AWD is a game changer. If I lived in Death Valley Calif. I would own an AWD. It makes that much difference in the corners.

Hit the center red button so it starts at the right time. Listen for 6 minutes.

 
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