Name: Dave Cox
Location: Richmond, Ky
Contact Info: [email protected]
Item:Blow off Plate / Spacer for Genesis 2.0T
Price: $40 shipped - Firm
Shipping Costs or Fees: No additional cost or fees unless shipping outside of the USA. Naturally shipping will vary if going over sea's. If I have...
Review: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T
By Michael Karesh on February 15, 2010
The Genesis Coupe has all the right bits: sleek styling, relatively compact size, DOHC engines, rear-wheel-drive, $22,750 starting price. Yet the Hyundai’s sales are a fraction of those for the Chevrolet Camaro and...
Hyundai 'goes there' with rear-drive Genesis Coupe
During a recent summertime hot-spell, I visited a local creamery for a giant ice-cream cone. While my artery-clogging snack was being prepared, I didn't notice the crowd gathering in the parking lot around the electric blue Genesis Coupe 2.0T I...
By Alexandra Straub, Canadian Auto PressJune 23, 2009
Somebody better call the fire department because the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is burning up the streets. The Korean car manufacturer’s latest creation now comes in a two-door configuration and has the fire to heat...
this may already be on here somewhere, but I couldn't find it so posted.
Power: 387.89 whp
Torque : 357.89 lb/ft
Engine Internals : Stock
Intercooler: SUPERDRIFT ic6020
BOV: SUPERDRIFT CHIC BOV
Diffuser, Downpipe, rear end: JUN.B.L 76 pipe
Manifold: JUN.B.L one bend 3T
This is a Korean dyno on a 2.0T manual.
Only an ECU mapping was done. Stock turbo, intake, exhaust everything.
Stock: 188whp(PS), Torque 30.2kg.m
ECU Tune: 223.6whp(PS), Torue 42.6kg.m
Approximately 35whp(PS) gain and 12.5kg.m torque increase.
originally posted by Gimli on gencoupe
What I would like to see here is details about each turbo available out there that would possibly be used on the GenCoupe.
Info should include:
turbine wheel size
rpm at full spool
approximate horse power range
By Michael Jordan, Executive Editor Email
Date posted: 03-23-2009
Really, who wouldn't want to drive a car like this?
Adventurous and even extravagant styling, a breath of beauty. A turbocharged four-cylinder engine that tries to give you both power and fuel economy, a real...
As I’ve been busy with stories of my own, colleague Ron Kiino has been all over the Genesis Coupe – handling both the 3.8 and 2.0T first tests, (non) comparison tests, and videos. Lots of videos.
Now I was at the track for the Genesis Coupe 2.0T’s testing. I even drove it a bit for video...
Originally Posted by JR from AEM
This is the average of 3 dyno pulls. All three started at the same coolant temps, air temps and fuel trims. The Ign advance value was taken from the OBD-2 port. The Boost was taken from an external high accuracy sensor. The dyno is a mustang eddy current. 91...
Thanks to JR at AEM we know the factory injector limits. see below.
Looks like the boost isn't going up without new injectors. At 5500-6000 RPM and above the injectors are pretty much 100% on.
2000 RPM, 35% Inj Duty, 8 PSI Boost
2500 RPM, 51% Inj Duty, 13.7 PSI Boost
3000 RPM, 53% Inj Duty...
JR from AEM posted this on the other forum after testing the GenCoupe 2.0t they got in.
"Your guns are pretty dang accurate. We ran our 2.0T today and it makes about 12 PSI from about 2500 RPM up to 5000 RPM then quickly decreases to ~8-9 PSI by 6500 RPM.
It hits max boost very quickly and can...
Thanks to gencoupe.com
1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal (A).
2. Remove the drain plug (A) and drain the engine coolant.
3. Remove the front muffler (A).
4. Disconnect the breather hose (A), vacuum hose (B). And remove the air duct (C) and air cleaner assembly (D).
2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T - Short Take Road Test
BY AARON ROBINSON
Hyundai knows 210 horsepower in a 3380-pound car won’t astound anyone. It imagines the base Genesis coupe with its 2.0-liter turbocharged four as a blank canvas for tuners and speed-widget...