It is a great build, but if you go to Bisi's website you'll see a lot, if not most, of the parts are custom made one off parts. That build would be insanely expensive for a regular customer. I would say most likely close to the $25k range. Now a small turbo kit would be nice for them to make though. Maybe say an extra 75hp or so that would be a nice setup.I'm new here and I'm hoping this is appropriate... I had a similar question about performance parts when I came across this interesting article entitled: Hyundai and Bisimoto ready 600-hp Elantra GT for SEMA
I thought this was very interesting and they list the names of the manufacturers of the performance parts that they used in this project. Imagine....600 HP in an Elantra!
I agree, but if you look cars in a practicle sense, it's not practicale to have a car that'll go over 80mph in the US, but just about all of them will. I guess it just depends on what you're into. Down here in South Florida it's common to see originally N/A cars with turbo setups. Our cars are quite underpowered. Doing the exhaust and intake work will not get you close to what these should have. They need at least 20 more hp. You might, if you're lucky, get 10 to 15hp at most out of doing the exhaust and intake.that isn't practical for the regular person
and intake header exhaust is more than enough
exhausts can be made custom.
headers - check ebay?
intake - there should be some available online