Mini 1795 GT
My own personal vision of how british leyland (Alec Issigonis) would have built a modern day high powered mini. This build has been based on the factory produced mini 1275 GT. Hence renaming it in a similar factory name as the original car, "Mini 1795 GT". It follows the same theme and badging as the original GT, but with a more grunty and bullet proof engine and 5 speed gearbox. Everything about the car remains the sames apart from the engine and gearbox. Due to the increased engine power, braking and suspension have been upgraded to handle the 194bhp produced from the 96 spec Honda Integra type R engine (63bhp from the original 1275 motor). This car also has a stealth theme“Black is the new Bling”, hence all the chrome work has been changed to matt black to give the car a distinctive and stealth look.
Power when it's needed and the reliability of a modern day engine and gearbox keeps this classic car up to date, making it a performance classic of the present and future.
MINI 1795 GT
Honda integra type r conversion. (96 spec) 194 bhp
Spoon sports ecu. 5000 rpm vtec cut in. red line 8000rpm limited to 9000rpm
K&N filter and alloy flywheel.
Custom alloy radiator
5 speed Honda type r limited slip differential gear box with custom made layshaft and crown wheel for running smaller 13" wheels.
Wheels and Tyres
Force racing 3 piece split rims imported from the uk.
13 x 6 black anodised with center caps and wheel nut covers, with yokahama a539 175/50/13 tyres
Fully adjustable suspension
Shell has been fully restored by sandblasting back to bare metal. Various panels replaced with new and second hand panels. Engine bay re fabricated to fit around Honda engine, The rear arches have been cut down. Lowering the rear end by 40 mm.
Willwood pedal box with bias front to rear adjustment.
Wilwood calipers with znoelli vented and slotted disc's
Minifin alloy drums on the rear.
Link pipes for aftermarket exhaust mufflers for various fitments
Recaro front seats re trimmed. Rear seats re trimed to match.
Integra type r clocks (220 kmh rated)
Alpine 4 speaker stereo with 2 amps and 1 sub in the boot. Full ipod control from head unit.
Sports pack fibreglass flares. Chrome work has been painted matt black. “Black is the new Bling”
Dark british racing green paint.
This mini has been modelled on the factory version of the original MINI 1275 GT