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The i30N Bible

Maverick

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Technical Specifications:

Brand: Hyundai
Model: i30
Generation: i30 III
Modification (Engine): N 2.0 T-GDI (275 PS) (Performance variant)
Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Coupe type: Hatchback
Power: 275 PS/6000 rpm.
Maximum speed: 250 km/h
Acceleration (0-100 km/h): 6.1 sec
Year of production: Q4 2017 - .

Colour availability:
Polar White (PYW Solid)
Clean Slate (UB2 Metallic) (Discontinued Sep 2018)
Micron Grey (Z3G Metallic)
Phantom Black (PAE Mineral Effect)
Performance Blue (XFB Solid)
Engine Red (JHR Solid)

Length: 4335 mm.
Width: 1795 mm.
Height: 1451 - 1447 mm.
Weight: ~1584 kg (full tank, 75 kg driver)
Wheelbase: 2650 mm.
Ride height: 136-132 mm.
Front overhang: 905 mm.

Rear overhang: 780 mm.
Minimum/Maximum volume of Luggage (trunk): 395 l
/ 1301 l
Head room front/rear: 994 mm / 977 mm
Leg room front/rear: 1,073 mm / 883 mm
Shoulder room front/rear: 1,427 mm / 1,406 mm

Model Engine: THETA II series GDI
Engine construction: aluminium block & head
Position of engine: Front, transversely
Engine displacement: 1998 cm3
Charge system: Twin-Scroll Turbo 1.2 bar (MHI 28231-2GTB1)
Torque: 353 Nm (378 with overboost) /1450-4500 rpm.
Specific torque: 176.68 Nm/litre
Specific output: 135.9 bhp/litre
Power-to-weight ratio: 189.99 bhp/tonne
Weight-to-power ratio: 11.79 lb/bhp
Valvetrain: DOHC, E-CVVT
Position of cylinders: Inline

Number of cylinders: 4

Firing order: 1-3-4-2
Cylinder Bore: 86 mm.
Piston Stroke: 86 mm.

Crankshaft bearings: 5
Compression ratio: 9.5
Number of valves/cylinder: 4

Fuel System: Direct injection
Fuel Type: Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel tank volume: 50 l
Fuel consumption(l/100km): 9.7 urban / 5.7 extra urban / 7.1 combined
Fuel consumption (km/litre): 10.3 urban / 17.5 extra-urban / 14.1 combined
Carbon dioxide emissions: MY18 (163.0 g/km), MY19 (178.0 g/km)
VED band (UK): G
CO2 Effizienz (DE): MY18 (D), MY19 (E)
Emission standard: MY18 (Euro 6c), MY19 (Euro 6d-Temp)

Engine lubricant oil capacity: 5.8 l with filter change
Engine coolant capacity: 8.5 l
Transmission oil capacity: 1.9 l
Battery capacity (Ah): 70

Drive wheel: Front wheel drive
Number of gears: 6

Gear ratios (overall):
1. 3.083 (13.36)
2. 1.931 (8.37)
3. 1.272 (5.51)
4. 0.957 (4.15)
5. 0.771 (3.34)
6. 0.641 (2.78)
R. 3.588
Top gear value theor. (km/h):
1. 59
2. 95
3. 144
4. 191
5. 237
6. 285

Front suspension: Independent type McPherson

Rear suspension: Multi-link independent
Brake system: Dual-diagonal, split circuit, power assisted with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist System (BAS)
Front brakes: Ventilated discs

Front brake diameter: 345 mm x 30 mm
Rear brakes: Ventilated discs

Rear brake diameter: 314 mm x 20 mm
Steering type: Steering rack
Power steering: Electric Steering R-MDPS
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter): 11.6 m
Steering wheel lock to lock turns: 2.57
Turning circle btw. curbs: 11.6 m
Differential (front): Electronically controlled mechanical Limited Slip Differential (E-LSD)

Payload (kg): ~470 - 550 kg
Max. weight: ~1950 kg
Max tow weight braked/unbraked: ~1,600 / 700 kg
Tire size: 225/40 R18; 235/35 R19
Wheel size:
7,5J R18 ET: 49.5 LK: 5x114,3 CB: 67,1 (?)
8,0J R19 ET: 55.0 LK: 5x114,3 CB: 67,1 (~13,1 kg)
Wheel bolts torque settings: 79-94 lbf·ft or 107-127 nm

Front seat weight 30.1kg / 66.4lbs
Rear seat weight 9kg / 19.8lbs

Wheel Alignment / Geometry
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Maverick

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Fuel Requirements
  • For optimal performance, use unleaded gasoline which has an octane rating of RON 95/AKI 91 or higher.

Break-In Process
  • By following a few simple precautions for the first 1,000 km (600 miles) you may add to the performance, economy and life of your i30N.
  • Do not race the engine.
  • While driving, keep your engine speed (rpm, or revolutions per minute) within 3,000 rpm.
  • Do not maintain a single speed for long periods of time, either fast or slow. Varying engine speed is needed to properly break-in the engine.
  • Avoid hard stops, except in emergencies, to allow the brakes to seat properly.
  • Do not tow a trailer during the first 2,000 km (1,200 miles) of operation.
  • Do not use Launch Control during the break-in process.

Maintenance
At least one a month:​
  • Check coolant level in the engine coolant reservoir.
  • Check the operation of all exterior lights, including the stop lights, turn signals and hazard warning flashers.
  • Check the inflation pressures of all tires including the spare for tires that are worn, show uneven wear, or are damaged.
  • Check for loose wheel lug nuts.
Twice a year:
  • Check radiator, heater and air conditioning hoses for leaks or damage.
  • Check windshield washer spray and wiper operation. Clean wiper blades with a clean cloth dampened with washer fluid.
  • Check headlamp alignment.
  • Check muffler, exhaust pipes, shields and clamps.
  • Check the seat belts for wear and function
Once a year:
  • Clean body and door drain holes.
  • Lubricate door hinges and hood hinges.
  • Lubricate door and hood locks and latches.
  • Lubricate door rubber weather strips.
  • Check the air conditioning system.
  • Clean the battery and terminals.
  • Check the brake fluid level.

Scheduled Maintenance (Europe):

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I: Inspect R: Replace


Tire Pressure

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Engine Lubricants

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Light Bulbs

Interior
Map: 2x W16W​
Room (sunroof): 31mm* festoon (LED)​
Vanity mirror: 2x 31mm* festoon​
Glove box: 1x W5W​
Luggage compartment: 31mm* festoon​
*31mm may be a really snug fit and require some fiddling to get them in, but it'll be better than a loose 28mm.

Exterior

Rear indicators: 2x PY21W​
Reverse: 2x W16W​
Fog: 2x P21W​
License plate: 2x W5W​


Fuses

Driver’s side
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Engine Compartment
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BurntRice

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Maybe I am missing it although is it possible to get the speaker dimensions/models listed too?
Thinking if someone wants to swap out their speakers they might want to find some of the same size avoiding issues of needing to 3D print rings.
 

jeroenvde

Well-Known Member
#8
You could update some of this:

Carbon dioxide emissions:
MY18: 163.0 g/km (NEDC1.0 value, delivered before september 2018)
MY19: 178.0 g/km (NEDC2.0 value, delivered after september 2018) // 188.0 g/km (WLTP value, delivered after september 2018)
VED band (UK): G
CO2 Effizienz (DE): D
Emission standard:
Euro 6c (model MY18, delivered before september 2018) 3 way catalist converter, no gasoline particle filter
Euro 6d-temp (model MY19, delivered after september 2018) 3 way catalist converter + gasoline particle filter
 

Maverick

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Staff member
#14
As far as I know those are LEDs, maybe some small circuit like the reading LEDs in the back (with sunroof). No one took the mirror apart yet so no clue what's inside..
 
#15
Maybe this have been discussed before but during break in process:
  • While driving, keep your engine speed (rpm, or revolutions per minute) within 3,000 rpm.
Does this mean I can rev higher then 3000 rpm when I'm parking or not moving? Could be very silly question :p but just in case if I want to know if everything is ok with sound of my car and can't wait for 1000 km to be driven.
 
#16
Maybe this have been discussed before but during break in process:
  • While driving, keep your engine speed (rpm, or revolutions per minute) within 3,000 rpm.
Does this mean I can rev higher then 3000 rpm when I'm parking or not moving? Could be very silly question :p but just in case if I want to know if everything is ok with sound of my car and can't wait for 1000 km to be driven.
Obviously NO!
 

speedking

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#17
In the UK you don't even need to be in the car to be considered to be the driver, e.g. drink driving accusation. 'Driving' includes operating the controls while the vehicle is stationary.
 
#18
Wiperblade sizes - some websites stil don' t have the measurements from my reg or after entering the car model, so here we go;

UK RHD - driver side ( 26inch) passenger side ( 16 inch) rear (13 inch).

I hope this is useful if you are away from your car and looking to buy some blades.
 

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