Cost of importing an RS-R
That's good to hear,then I would like a 4wd variant. Whats it's like getting tuning parts for these? Surely there are cappo specialists in the country so I'm guessing they could help with it sharing the same engine.
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I'm sure that Suzuki could get you the parts that you need from Japan.
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The dealers suck, I only import aftermarket now, high quality I could get OEM at a drop of a hat, I once tried using a dealer, they are not interested, but seem to be happy with parts numbers
Ive just ordered monster sport engine mounts, and aftermarket hoses and air intake from a different company.
Just looking for a tidy second hand ARC intercooler at the minute, trust me once you get into it, IT IS NOT expensive at all!!
Previous owner of mine told me he could never find coilovers. If he'd look properly like I have he'd of found dozens!!
I have found for Kei cars Suzuki is the way to go as far as access to OEM and aftermarket parts. In japan these is still tons of support and availability compared to other cars like Daihatsu Mira and Subaru Rex and other than have completely dropped off.
You can cross reference some 3rd part parts for maintenance items locally if you had the original numbers which is great but I get everything straight from Japan if I can to avoid any confusion or incorrect parts.