Jump to content


BossFox

CitiGo-Go, a Citigo with more Go.

Recommended Posts

You can't help it can you :rofl:

Only concern is how much weight would 4wd and a different add to the car? It may be fast but what would it handle like. Only one way to find out :giggle:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You're crazy man... I like it!

What type of engine you thinking? 1.4 tsi?

Phil

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You can't help it can you :rofl:

Only concern is how much weight would 4wd and a different add to the car? It may be fast but what would it handle like. Only one way to find out :giggle:

No, I just can't it would seem.

A Citygo is around 850kg. I hope to stay under 1000kg, over 20% lighter than a mkII Fabia VRS at 1215kg.

Handling, err... high power, 4x4 and a short wheelbase. It'll be fun/interesting. Four wheel drifing may be the best way round corners. :giggle:

You're crazy man... I like it!

What type of engine you thinking? 1.4 tsi?

No, I'd like to try and get a 1.8t in there as that opens up higher potential power. 350bhp+ which would give it a better power to weight ratio than my midly tuned Nissan GT-R.

I already have a 2004 Audi TT quattro (225bhp version) with all the running gear in storage at Jabbasport.

So that has the 1.8t 20v engine, gearbox and 4x4.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I take it you'll try to keep it looking as standard as possible?

That's the plan. :thumbup:

Don't want to talk figues too much as it's early days.

But if Jabbasport can get that engine in we could be talking 1/4 miles times in the 11 second range maybe.

Enough to blow off Evos, Scoobies and not well driven GT-Rs.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

So the Fabia is a DEFO NO-GO then??.........You really have been changing your mind alot recently havn't you??..........Must be costing a bit of money with that and the changes in the GTR as well!..............Your other half must be VERY understanding..........either that or you like living on a knife edge......... :rofl:

Back on topic..............4x4 in a city-go....with power..........rename it a "Spinny-GO"............have you been getting insperation from the Ford Fiesta that Ken Block drives????? (Yes I know that the City Go is smaller)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Skoda Fabia mkII, wheel base: 2465mm

Skoda Citygo, wheel base: 2420mm

A difference of less than 2%.

Great thing about the Citygo, the wheels are at the corners even though it's 50cm shorter than a Fabia. :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Just bought myself a Citygo for the project from Preston Motors.

Looks like we are off and running then... :D

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Awesome!

What will you do with the old engine/gearbox just out of curiosity? Sell it to a scrappers?

Does the dealer know what you intend to do with the car?!

Phil

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Subscribing.

Very interesting project. It's a tough goal fitting in a bigger engine and 4x4 driveline with a 150kg budget. Good luck.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
What will you do with the old engine/gearbox just out of curiosity? Sell it to a scrappers?

Does the dealer know what you intend to do with the car?!

Not much call on new ones I'd guess, so hold onto it until someone blows their up and needs a spare...

You are an absolute legend....slightly bonkers but a legend nonetheless hahaha :-D

Thank you. I think that's a compliment. ;)

Rear engine? ;)

It was considered. Rear engine and rear drive would have been easier.

But the problem is the size of the car. The front seats are right in the middle. If you put the engine behind the front seats it's going to be right at the back anyway, which is not ideal unless you are just going to use it at Santa Pod. It also made mid engine impossible.

I expect the car to be very response and a bit bonkers. Having all that weight in the rear and a short wheelbase would probably see me park it into a barrier in reverse pretty quick.

Hopefully, it'll go under the bonnet.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'll get some up when I get chance Martyn.

The build is going to be documented with pictures too.

Hopefuly it should make an interesting read, hence the reason for sharing it with fellow Brisky folk.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Virtual High Five, dude.

Have one from me too...

epichighfive.jpg

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By CalT14
      Right then,
       
      First question for everybody is...
       
      Recently got a Citigo 1.0MPi Elegance spec, when I've been driving around, occasionally I'll hit a pothole or a speed bump which seems to trigger the traction control light flashing.
       
      The wheels don't lose traction but the power is restricted until the light stops flashing and goes off again.
       
      A colleague at work says this may be down to a faulty ABS wheel sensor, does that sound right?
       
      Time is of the essence as I have 2 months warranty that expires in December so might as well get it looked at right?
       
      Any help is much appreciated
       
      Cheers!
    • By Hyphons
      So, what is this project and why did i restart it? I kind of lost some motivation on the the first project thread and sort of gave up, the old topic was kind of messy, unrelated posts etc. and because I started the original project back in 2014 (nearly 2 years ago!) I know if I looked back through it, a lot of photos would be deleted or no longer visible, I'm going to lay out this topic in a similar way to the topic on Mighty Car Mods.
       
      When the topic first started out, I had no big plans for the car, how much the car has transformed over the years has been down to 2 main factors, Briskoda.net and Updown789, who I met through Briskoda just over a year ago, his help with the car has been huge and without him, the car wouldn't be what it is today. We've had our moments at times and disagreements, but we have always looked back and laughed about them. (I also mustn't forget Stormchaser, who has also lent a hand or 2 every once and a while and provided a few parts for the car as well as anyone else who has helped me and I haven't named.)
       
      Let's get into things.. to keep things short and sweet, I'll post all the major changes that have been made (so I won't bother posting about the Heko wind deflectors etc.).. i'll be honest too, during my time of ownership I have done some mighty **** looking modifications and made mistakes for choosing modifications that haven't exactly looked great.. it's all about learning from your mistakes though.. right..?
      This is going to be a mighty long first post.
       
      14th January 2013, the day I bought the car, a standard Citigo SE model in Tornado Red with the winter pack (heated seats, electric heated mirrors) and 14" Apus wheels.
       

       
      12th June 2014 -
       
      I crashed. (Not my fault, doing the speed limit and a deer came out and I had nowhere to go.) The parts damaged were:
       
      - Bonnet
      - Headlight
      - Headlight bracket
      - Bumper to side panel clip
      - Inner wheel arch
      - Side panel
      - Front bumper
       

       
      18th July 2014 -
       
      Debadged the rear after being motivated to do it by Stormchaser. (Apologies I haven't got a great picture. Also this was done whilst the car was still being repaired.)
       

       
      24th July 2014 -
       
      Finally the car was repaired, having 0 knowledge of cars and how parts worked, I fitted and sourced all the parts myself from eBay & Skoda, the wing I bought did need respraying and due to my lack of knowledge on cars, the person who resprayed the wing, didn't use the cars paint code so, it's not the right shade of red.
       
      The wheels were also resprayed black, by again the same person, this was also done on the cheap as I later found obvious runs in the paint and it was done with the tyre still on the wheel.
       


       
      23rd March 2015 -
       
      It begins.. having purchased a incorrectly described headlight switch, which was chrome, I wanted chrome to match the chrome heater controls, turns out it was from an Up! so illuminated red and not green, however this prompted me to wanting to change all the lights in the car to red, as I liked the look and colour, so I got some Volkswagen Up! heater controls & buttons to match.
       

       
      14th April 2015 -
      First of many big changes, H&R lowering springs. (35mm.)
       

       
      19th April 2015 (An educated guess..) -
       
      Changed front grille over to a Monte Carlo one from the OEM Chrome one. (Again IIRC, this was originally Stormchaser's.)
       

       
      21st May 2015 -
       
      After noticing my front numberplates were tired and worn I changed them out for some funky 3D effect number plates.
       

       
      11th June 2015 -
       
      Without a doubt in my mind the worst modification I have ever done, I got completely fobbed off by an eBay seller and bought what I thought were genuine leather seats, which it turned out, was just leather sprayed onto the original cloth seats (if you think they look rubbish in the photos, just imagine what they looked like in person! :D) 
       

       
      20th June 2015 -
       
      Upgraded the speakers to FLI ones. (No pictures due to limitations on how many pictures can be posted to one single post on Briskoda.)
       
      11th July 2015 -
       
      FLI Rear speakers added. (Had none in the rear from factory.) (No pictures due to limitations on how many pictures can be posted to one single post on Briskoda.)
       
      17th July 2015 -
       
      Volkswagen Up! radio finally fitted to match the heater controls, also, this is gloss black opposed to the standard plastic look the Skoda Citigo radio has.
       

       
      22nd August 2015 -
       
      Functioning autolights with coming and leaving home function enabled via VCDS.
       

       
      28th September 2015 -
       
      Another addition to the red theme, W8 Interior Light.
       

       
      2nd October 2015 -
       
      Actual leather seats! Okay, not 100% leather, rather a mix of both pleather and leather done by Seat Surgeons in West Yorkshire.
       

       
      4th October 2015 -
       
      Following on with more leather bits, a Volkswagen Up! leather handbrake and Gearknob.
       

       
      17th October 2015 -
       
      Said goodbye to the H&R springs and upgraded to KW Variant 1 Coilovers (secondhand) to lower the car that ever so slightly more. An up to date picture just after the coilovers.
       

       
      17th - 18th November 2015 -
       
      Had the car professionally detailed and paintwork also corrected, 20 hours labour.
       

       
      3rd December 2015 -
       
      Dewipered. (The plastic bung was soon replaced with a flush glass one.)

       
       
      9th January 2016 -
       
      Continuing with the leather theme, MK3 Skoda Octavia leather MF steering wheel.
       

       
      13th February 2016 -
       
      MY16 Skoda CItigo Monte Carlo cherry red centre console fitted.
       

       
      23rd March 2016 -
       
      No photos.. however the car was remapped by EcoTuning with a map from Celtic Tuning.. what this started was a complete change in terms of what route I was taking the car down.
       
      13th April 2016 -
       
      Chopped off the resonance chamber from the OEM intake pipe. Now with a remap, I was on the hunt for more power from the 1.0 engine, this one mod is what started a long road to find the best intake pipe I could make/find.
       

       
      17th April 2016 -
       
      More attempts to gain power, with Updown789's help, we de-restricted the filter box. (This was of course smoothed.)
       

       
      5th May 2016 -
       
      Redid the intake pipe with a Silicone bend. And also picked up some freshly refurbished Volkswagen Avus wheels found on the old Volkswagen Cabriolets, these wheels were originally in Updown789's possession however I purchased them from him and had them diamond cut and resprayed by Motura in Ferndown.
       

       

       
      13th May 2016 -
       
      It turned out the silicone pipe was rubbing on the bonnet, so this was scrapped and using some intake ducting I bought of eBay a year or so back, I came up with a design and found a way I can have a pipe coming from behind the grille direct to the filter box. This will soon again change as this "design" so to speak was revised 3 or 4 times before being final.
       

       
      17th May 2016 -
       
      Again, changed the intake pipe, got rid of the Silicone bend as it really wasn't needed.
       

       
      24th May 2016 -
       
      Took the car again to Motura to have the OEM Skoda Citigo Sport splitter and diffuser fitted as well as a gloss black OEM Volkswagen Up! spoiler.
       


       
      Present (9th June 2016) -
       

       
      Exterior -
       
      2017 Monte Carlo Taillights (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4818255)
      Lamin-X Yellow Fog Lights
      Volkswagen golf MK4 Amber side indicators
      Summer wheels - Atec F1 16" Bronze Alloys (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4927424)
      Winter wheels - OEM Apus 14" Black Alloys
      Track wheels - Atec Ultralite 16" Bronze Alloys (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4761617)
      Rear wiper delete
      Front and rear mudflaps (OEM)
      Heko wind deflectors
      Debadged on the rear
      Rear diffuser from the Sport model
      Front splitter from the Sport model
      Volkswagen Up! gloss black spoiler
       
      Interior -
       
      2016 Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo centre console (cherry red)
      MK3 Skoda Octavia / Superb / MK1 Kodiaq MFSW (Alcantara) (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4884232)
      Volkswagen Up! radio
      Volkswagen Up! heater module
      Red footwell lighting
      VAG W8 Interior Dome Light
      Volkswagen Golf MK4 Auto Headlight Switch with functioning autolights
      Front and rear speakers changed
      Duel cigarette lighter socket (1x cigarette socket 1x duel USB ports)
      Audi TT Pedals
      Skoda-tuning.com boot trim
      ICT Aftermarket gearknob (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4788477)
      Volkswagen Up! Leather hand brake
      Rear seats and belts removed
      Corbeau Club Sport bucket seat (driver only) (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4707510
      Leather Seat (passenger only)
       
       
      Engine -
       
      Celtic Tuning Stage 1 Remap
      Custom intake setup (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4856024)
      Oil Temp Sensor (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4728108)
       
       
      Brakes & Suspension/Handling -
       
      KW Coilovers Rear
      Bilstein B6 Shocks & H&R Springs Front (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4914123)
      MTEC grooved discs
      EBC Yellowstuff pads (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4937872)
      ATE Typ200 brake fluid (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4937872)
      Wiechers Sport Rear Strut Brace (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4703931)
      Wiechers Sport Front Strut Brace (Upper) (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4845123)
      Wiechers Sport Front Strut Brace (Lower) (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4943302)
      Powerflex polyurethane front top mounts (https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/402104-davids-citigo-20/?do=findComment&comment=4836785)
       
       
      VCDS -
       
      Tear wipe
      Autolock after 5MPH
      Coming home/leaving home lights (30 Seconds)
       
      The car has certainly come a long way in the last year. I had originally planned to have it show spec and pristine. I've had a theme of "Black and Red". Then moved onto having an "old style" theme with the old classic wheels and amber side repeaters along with chrome grille.
      As of current, the future plan is and will be to have the car as powerful as I can make it without damaging the engine and do as many track days as possible. We'll see where it takes me from there.
    • By brnsky
      Hi,
       
      I have just bought a used 2014 Citigo Black Edition with the six speaker pack and everything about the car is great.
       
      However, when connecting to the PID device (GARMIN) over Bluetooth and playing music, my left and right audio channels are the wrong way around. Sounds that should come from the right speaker come from the left speaker and vice versa. Playing from the same device (iPhone SE 64GB.) via an aux cable everything is correct and stereo sound is fine. All sound settings on car stereo and PID are set to default. The issue is only with Bluetooth audio through the PID. The iPhone works correctly with Bluetooth headphones (Left and right channels are correct).
       
      Any ideas on how to fix it? Dealer has told me to bring it back to the workshop...
       
      Thanks!
    • By jphackett
      I'm sure that this is discussed elsewhere within the forum, but, I would like to know what sort or mileage members are getting when on a long European run.
       
      In November, I'll be heading from Kent down to Milan in our CitiGo Greentech (75). How many times do you think I will need to refuel on the way there? I'll be sticking to the motorways.
       
      Cheers
       
      JP
    • By Everyone
      Morning Everyone
       
      I currently have a 14 plate citigo black edition which has fog lights. 
      I also kinda want dtrl but I know that they cannot be fitted as they would by Skoda. Has anyone tried to add dtrl or to do what I was thinking to do and add halos onto/around the fog lights eg https://www.amazon.co.uk/MICTUNING-Power-Projector-Universal-Light/dp/B01EUTXGNE/ref=sr_1_6?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1503499501&sr=1-6&keywords=halo+rings 
       
      please could I have some advice on this matter 
       
      thanks 
×