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Mazda Demio Sport 2009
Hey guys, I entered the forum in 2013, I had a Mazda Demio 2007 at that time, here is:


Few months ago I changed my car and now I have a Mazda Demio Sport (Tamura) 2009, here is:




I live in Dominican Republic, and it is normal to bring a car from Japan and make it a steering wheel change from Right to Left. As I have understood these cars to market Asians, Europeans or Australians are hard to get there in USA.

I was very lucky when I bought the car because it was recently imported from Japan and was the first owner here in DR. The car came with some accessories (apparently the previous owner) so, is little that I had to do and little that i do him in the future.

I hope you like it.

This is what brought from Japan:

AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Stainless Muffler



AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Center Pipe (no image yet)

AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Front Towerbar (Sorry for the mug)



AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Rear Crossbar



This is what I have made him

15" Black Rims & 205/50/15 Tires (Looks like a CX5 (boom03) )





CORKSPORT Mazda 2 Lowering Spring Set (yippy)






Also i put:
K&N PS-1008 Oil Filter
K&N 33-2924 Air Filter
NGK (7994) IFR5E11 Laser Iridium Spark Plug


I hope you like it, more better pics and accesories soon!
 
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Mazda Demio Sport 2009
today arrived my CorkSport SRI and the Duct, so I went to a friend to install.



we had to cut the top frontar grill, as this was covered.

before cut



and we install the SRI and Duct



after the mechanical part, I paint the mirrors, front logo and the plastic of fog light because they were ugly




so, what do you think guys?
 

thebigted

TheBigTed
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Mazda 2 Sport 1.5 2010
Looking good, would you say the tension bars are worth fitting in the boot and bonnet?
 
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Mazda Demio Sport 2009
I was finally able to purchase and install the full coilovers, I had probleas with suspencion factory, so I had to change it. I bought some D2 Racing Street and sincerely love them.

here the result ...

Before





After





Next step to do is adjust cambers to positive for a bit more static view, put some front and lateral splitters and try to acquire a cool rear diffuser.
 
Paddle Shifters

Hey guys, I entered the forum in 2013, I had a Mazda Demio 2007 at that time, here is:


Few months ago I changed my car and now I have a Mazda Demio Sport (Tamura) 2009, here is:




I live in Dominican Republic, and it is normal to bring a car from Japan and make it a steering wheel change from Right to Left. As I have understood these cars to market Asians, Europeans or Australians are hard to get there in USA.

I was very lucky when I bought the car because it was recently imported from Japan and was the first owner here in DR. The car came with some accessories (apparently the previous owner) so, is little that I had to do and little that i do him in the future.

I hope you like it.

This is what brought from Japan:

AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Stainless Muffler



AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Center Pipe (no image yet)

AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Front Towerbar (Sorry for the mug)



AutoExe DEMIO DE5FS Rear Crossbar



This is what I have made him

15" Black Rims & 205/50/15 Tires (Looks like a CX5 (boom03) )





CORKSPORT Mazda 2 Lowering Spring Set (yippy)






Also i put:
K&N PS-1008 Oil Filter
K&N 33-2924 Air Filter
NGK (7994) IFR5E11 Laser Iridium Spark Plug


I hope you like it, more better pics and accesories soon!
Hello, I'm from Indonesia, so I have Mazda Demio 2008 DE5FS equipped with CVT transmission but without paddle shifters. I wanna try to install it. but I still doubt it's not just plug & play
How to switch mode form automatic to manual with shifter, is any button or something? My one has a sport button bellow the gear shifter, it will appear "SS" on the dashboard. Thank's! (eek2)
 

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