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Old 17th October 2007, 02:01   #16
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Viper do post the timings of the Innova with and without the petes + storm combination.

I guess the combination indeed helped knock of 4sec as from my experience a stock Xing cant do 120 plus on 3rd gear compared to a Xing with a Green cotton Wind or K&N conical.

anyone got any idea regarding the number part of the torque increase when you add a Green cotton?



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Guys correct me if i'm wrong if a modded santro does 120 in 3rd so will a stock santro. The difference will be how quick it gets there. Because of the revlimiter. (considering ofcourse that ecu is stock.) Inputs please.
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Old 17th October 2007, 14:30   #17
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congrats Akshay. When I drove your Innova all i felt was that it was pulling better in all the gears as if the gears were suddenly taller. Even noticed a meagre increase in pick up but was thinking that could be because of the filter alone. But what you say now makes sense. In the event the box takes it time t read and then remapp, the car as you say should be flying. Wheelspins eh?? Wow. Would love to drive her now and experience the power boost. Four seconds dropped from the stock timing?? Just try again and see if you've calculated right!! And If thats the results you got, maybe there should be another one ordered... for my innova!!
I'm happy for you now as you looked quite "Dukkhi" at the initial response your car gave. Great, now drive carefully buddy!!!

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v16 - . i was dukkhi but when i took it to seaface i became sukkhi.

everyone else - i had caliberated the g-tech properly with all the vehicle data before taking the runs. peter himself said he had managed to knock off about 3-4 seconds with the box. i took three runs and this one was the middle one. the other two were about .2 seconds + and -. i guess the actual timing would be around 12.5.

about the filter noise. it will be sorted. i just have to relocate the pipe.
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hey akshay - thats really nice to hear, actually with around 30bhp increase and 60KMG torque increase its quite possible for the car to shave off 4 seconds, congratulations on another satisified Peted customer
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thats really nice to hear, actually with around 30bhp increase and 60KMG torque increase
Thats 60nm. 60Kgm is close to 590nm.

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Sorry for the typo, meant 60NM, i.e .6KGM
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the mileage still seems to be the same. has probably gone down to 9 because the car has been revved a lot the last few days. normally get ten. lets see now.
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Boy ! that car is fast for the size.If the stats are right , thats one helluva tuning box . 0-100 in 12.XX is mighty impressive for a vehicle of that size and price.
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12.3 is a pretty realistic figure. The Petrol version with 136bhp and 180odd nm hits 100 in 12.6 secs.

PS : Does Pete make tuning boxes for NA petrol engines as well?

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PS : Does Pete make tuning boxes for NA petrol engines as well?
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Not yet. Its only turbo cars (petrol or diesel-not every, exceptions do exist).
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Update - got the filter pipe put behind the headlight and now theres no noise.
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i will be going to stage 2 in the next week or so. will post a report after i do that.

ps - where are the other guys who were gonna buy this? mugen? v16?
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congo dude!! how much did the whole setup cost you and what all does it take to shift to stage 2&3?
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congo dude!! how much did the whole setup cost you and what all does it take to shift to stage 2&3?
it was Rs.39,150 totally. to shift to stage to i just have to open up the box and adjust something.
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akshay,

Congrates for 130bhp. Nice report.

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i will be going to stage 2 in the next week or so. will post a report after i do that.

ps - where are the other guys who were gonna buy this? mugen? v16?
What are you going to do in stage 2 ? I already start saving money to buy tuning box.
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