We just delivered our widebody Hyundai Genesis coupe to be shipped out to the 2012 SEMA Show. The car will be on display in the Hyundai Booth (#24387) all week at the 2012 SEMA show.
Below is a complete list of our modifications run on the 2013 Hyundai Genesis coupe. The build came together with the help of Infinite Auto Design and after the 2012 SEMA Show will be sent out on tour with the Universal Technical Institute.
Dupont Hot Hues Candy Apple Red Paint
Infinite Auto Design Custom Widebody Rear Kit (50mm)
Infinite Auto Design Custom Sideskirts
Infinite Auto Design Custom Front Bumper
VIS Racing K2 Carbon Fiber Trunk
VIS Racing Proline Rear Lip
BC Racing Coilovers
Energy Suspension Bushings
Whiteline Front Sway Bar
Whiteline Rear Sway Bar
Chase Bays Brake Lines
Continental Extreme Contact DW 225/35/19 Front Tires
Continental Extreme Contact DW 265/30/19 Rear Tires
Password JDM Lugnuts
Rotiform IND 19×9 Front Wheels
Rotiform IND 19×11 Rear Wheels
ARK DT-S Exhaust System
Chase Bays Electronic Boost Solenoid
Chase Bays Brake Booster Eliminator
Chase Bays Brake Line Relocation
Chase Bays Clutch Line
Chase Bays AN Fuel Line Kit
Chase Bays Power Steering Kit
Injen Cold Air Intake
Password JDM Oil Cap
SPEC Stage 2 Clutch
Infinite auto Custom Diamond Stitched Door Panels
Infinite Auto Custom Diamond Stitched Front/Rear Seats
Rockford Fosgate P165-S Speakers (2)
Rockford Fosgate P165 Speakers (2)
Rockford Fosgate PBR300x4 Amp
Rockford Fosgate PBR300x1 Amp
Rockford Fosgate P2D2-12 Subwoofer
Rockford Fosgate RFK4D Amp Install Kit
Takata 4-Point Black Harness
The engine bay is one of the areas we focused on to complete our over the top 2012 Hyundai Veloster build. Here is what the engine bay looks like with the factory battery and trey removed along with the engine. As you can see both fuses boxes are located in the car along with tons of other clutter.
This is where all the wires are being worked on once we pull the wiring into the interior cabin from the engine bay. Our permanent relocation of the two fuse boxes plans to be behind the glovebox pictured here. This was easily accessed once we removed some of the heat and a/c items that are placed back here.
Since we cleaned up the engine bay so much it provided a ton of space to place product. We didn’t have enough days in our build to loan the car to AEM for a complete intake R&D so we eyeballed a fitment from a 2002-2005 Honda Civic Si. The AEM product 22-508 which ended up working perfectly for our build.
Here we are putting the final placement of the AEM intake in the car. As you can see the clearance is pretty minimal but with a similar setup to the K series Honda engine we were able to make the product work for this build. While we completed the installation of the AEM intake we also ran and connected our Nitrous Express lines.
After some more tweaks we completed the engine bay build with the help of some sponsors. With Chase Bays we managed to run a Brake Booster Eliminator (CB-U-BBE) which greatly cleaned up our back firewall area. We used Password:JDM Fender Washers to clean up the overall engine bay. You can see these in this photograph holding on the plastic radiator shroud.
A close up look at the Veloster shows how our EP3 Honda Civic AEM intake fit into the engine bay. It is a very tight fit and Veloster owners shouldn’t worry since AEM will be making a specific application for this car. This is the Chase Bays Engine Ground Kit (CB-U-GRND) which can be located in both images and is a great way to make basic items in your engine bay look clean and unique. This completed our engine bay clean up and preparation for the cars debut at the 2011 SEMA Show.
Hyundai SEMA Build South Korea
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