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Old 15th April 2013, 08:35   #91
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Working with a Zipper company, allow me to intervene.
Thanks for the detailed info. I have replaced the coil and sliders on both the sides with YKK ones.

By buying an M&M product, one will become an all round Engineer of all those raw materials used in the BOM of the vehicle knowingly or unknowingly !!.

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FLYING MONK with new look.
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SHARING THE FEEDBACK


Contented as genuine M&M spares were opened in front of me by Mr. Anil and the entire upgrade carried right in front of me. Everything settled into place and nothing had to be pulled apart or drilled into. I was also advised on other problems that Thar owners face, like door rattling, clutch serviceability and diesel fumes polluting the cabin, which I agreed to. Mr. Anil Sharma zealous efforts and brainwave which I must applaud rectified the diesel fume issue in a jiffy.


Even yesterday I experienced “A Job Well Done”

hi, could you please let me know what was done for rectifying the diesel fumes in cabin issue ??

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hi, could you please let me know what was done for rectifying the diesel fumes in cabin issue ??

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The New Thar is coming with the mod. Refer to the pic, you can get it done from any fabricator. I have used a turbo inter-cooler pipe temporarily. Does the job !
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Rajith, how is the vehicle performance post the race chip install?

has it contributed to the following
1. any increase in fuel efficiency?
2. more smooth acceleration ?
3. higher top speed ?
4. any other specific observations ?

thinking if I should put one in mine - but it still has the factory fitted brakes - so not sure...
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My Monk during a shower and a change with ZLX side mirrors
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I find an issue with the OE mirrors. They cannot handle speeds in excess of 100 kmph.
Please advise how much the ZLX mirrors cost, do they fit into the existing holes?

Thanks in advance!

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I find an issue with the OE mirrors. They cannot handle speeds in excess of 100 kmph.
Please advise how much the ZLX mirrors cost, do they fit into the existing holes?

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ZLX mirror cost @ 275.00rs each..

Its direct fit on existing holes
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Rajith, how is the vehicle performance post the race chip install?

has it contributed to the following
1. any increase in fuel efficiency?
2. more smooth acceleration ?
3. higher top speed ?
4. any other specific observations ?

thinking if I should put one in mine - but it still has the factory fitted brakes - so not sure...
1.Felt no change in FE.
2.Better low end torque.
3.Achieving faster top speed.
4.Feels good.
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Monk got a shower and new pairs of Bilsteins today.Hope to have soft ride with B6.
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Mod Note : There are several spelling & grammatical errors in your posts. This negatively affects the forum experience for other readers.

Kindly ensure that you proof-read your posts prior to submission. Also, it would be a good idea to use spell-checkers.

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any update on how the bilsteins are performing. do you have part numbers for the bilsteins used?
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I'm also waiting for the bilsteins review. Especially at the rear.
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I'm also waiting for the bilsteins review. Especially at the rear.
Guys,
Bilsteins are doing an excellent job in my Thar.To feel , one has to drive least with moderate speed on bad roads , i.e. not too slow.You will enjoy
it.Part num below.Please don't ask me which is front num and back num, as i don't remember.

F4-BE3-6548-MO
F4-BE5-6549-MO

Today changed all rear 4 bushes inside CFL and replaced the Engine oil with Mahindra FEO semi synth at ASC.

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Dear Behram Sir

Do you know anyone in Mumbai who can do the Brake upgradation in Thar as suggested by you as I need to get this done as well.
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