Maruti formerly Maruti Udyog Limited are one of the primary car makers in India. The cars are generally badged Suzuki in other parts of the work and have become very popular. There are lots of people modding Marutis out there and we shall cover the most popular models, namely the Ritz, A-Star,Swift,Wagon R, Zen, DZire, Kizashi and the SX4
The cars are relatively easy to work on and there are lots of performance parts around for them if you happen to live in a country where these models are particularly popular. The smaller models respond very well to tuning as it doesn’t take much of a power increase to be noticeable to the driver, in heavier models you will need to put more effort into your tuning projects to improve the performance but with determination and the right parts it is certainly possible.
They are easy to work on and with the right performance upgrades you can turn your 800 into something very special indeed. So lets take a look at the world of Maruti 800 tuning and highlight the greatest modifications for it.
We have seen some awesome 800 tuning projects and there seems to be quite a loyal fan base of 800 owners. We do however see many people wasting money on their 800 doing the wrong mods and then having to start over. Follow our advice to avoid wasting your money
We examine at Ritz tuning and report on the greatest modifications. Maruti Ritzs are popular tuning projects and with a few sensible performance modifications you can dramatically maximise your driving enjoyment.
These small light cars came with a zippy 1.0 3 cylinder engine, a 1.2 4 cylinder petrol engine and the 1.3 Diesel engine. The larger engines tend to give you a better return power wise for your money but with the right mods you can still make your Ritz nice and sporty.
As induction kits are probably one of the most popular modifications for car tuning projects we thought we should add a introductory article to explain what they are, what they do and the theory behind them.
An induction kit is quite simply an air filter. Most cars have air filters mounted in an air box. These filters are generally constructed of paper which filters out the particles from the air and prevents these from getting into the engine. The airboxes are designed to reduce the noise of the engine and have various vanes and angles cut to maximise this noise reduction.