Updated Info- March 2005. This month added the lightweight crank pulley. The entire rest of the car is the same as February. The car baseline dynoed at 103 WHP peak. An intake cam was put in, peak WHP moved to 105, losing 5 HP on the low end, but gaining an average 9 HP on the high end, with a peak gain of 15 WHP@7k RPM.Updated Info- February 2005. Well the car has been down for a year and I just now got it back. The drivetrain is currently stock except for a valve job on the head and the pistons being .5 mm overbore, but the car feels stronger than it should for just those two minor modifications. I plan to do a much more thorough and documented build up this time. I already have a cam set and a Korean customed tuned ECU that should provide some extra go unlike the failed Superchips attempt. As far as wheels/tires, I decided to go with a new brand of wheel, "Flik", as they have a design which is almost identical to the Enkei, weighs in at 12 lbs in a 15x6.5, but a full set runs under $400 shipped versus over $800 for the Enkei rims. Tires will be Yoko ES100 in 195/50/15, which should help with what seems to be somewhat tall gearing. Plans are in the works for obtaining and ITB setup along with a conversion to a map sensor. Pics of the wheels will be up within the next week or so. There will also be some new vinyl going on the car within the next month or so- keep checking back for new updates.Updated Info- In February of 2004 the car spun a couple of rod bearings. It is currently getting rebuilt leaner, meaner, and faster. The stereo system will lose the amps and sub, just a head unit and stock doors will remain. The head will be ported more aggressively, the valve train beefed up with shims to handle the bigger lobes of the cams and help prevent float. The MSD box made little change so it is being pulled out and stock ignition will be used. The Rota's and heavy Pirellis will be swapped out for 15" Enkei's weighing in at 9 lbs each with lighter tires, should end up shaving about 10 lbs at each corner. These changes should put it at very low 15's and the Superchips unit will be no longer as it was not tuneable enough for my current needs, I will be using a piggy back chip that can be adjusted on the fly or at least an APEXI SAFC-II and should gain close to 10 HP at the wheels with proper mixture. I plan to be the first with a full interior, stock bottom end 14 sec Kia. Wish me luck.