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Old 23rd July 2009, 11:21   #466
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No petes . Why what happened? Dont tell me it is the warranty thing in your mind.

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He removes the Pete's and air filter when he gives the car for service. If you don't they may void your warranty.
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Old 23rd July 2009, 11:31   #467
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Aah how is wish all SA's were like KP . So what's with the mile crunching man ? You seem to be on a run to make your odo click non stop.

BTW those seat covers has nice fit and finish, but what happened to your sense of color .
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Looks like he got JK'ed. He must have approached the man with the red carpets for suggestions.
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Thanks.


Tried almost every color, thats one reason why i got the seat covers after 30k kms.


Naah...JK is class apart.
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Lesson learnt: CRDIs are brilliant but sensitive if u fiddle around with its fuel system
Lesson learned.
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Old 23rd July 2009, 11:49   #468
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1.How did the fuel filter act up immediately after 4th service?
2.Did they change the transaxle oil?

3.What about the mysterious part that noone has heard of?

4. What was the service amount?
1. They didn't do anything with fuel filter during the service and its a mystery why all that happened after the service !!
2. No, they didn't change the transaxle oil. As per Hyundai it has to be changed at 80k kms.
3. Still a mystery.:-(
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30k 4th Service - Details

Odo - 28314kms

Engine Oil (Shell Helix 15W 40) - Rs 893
Brake Fluid - Rs 109
Coolant - Rs 597
Oil Filter - Rs 307

Air Filter - Only cleaned
Fuel tank air filter - Part not available. Hence, cleaned and fitted back.

Total Bill - Rs 3069 /-
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its great to see your getz delivering 18 to 20.5 in some weeks.

i guess in those weeks it would have been driven by your driver

where did you get those seat covers BTW? they are brilliant.
Yeah 20+ FE was achieved by the driver. I'm satisfied with 14kmpl @ 200kph.
I got the seat covers from Faridabad and the brand is AUTOFORM.
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No petes . Why what happened? Dont tell me it is the warranty thing in your mind.

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Silence before the +2 volcanic eruption.
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Old 23rd July 2009, 11:52   #469
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Ha! Ha! eruption indeed. Eruption of the adrenalin maybe
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Old 24th July 2009, 16:59   #470
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I spotted a brand new all black Getz CRDi here in Guwahati with the following registration no. AS 01 AK-47. It's the most appropriate number for the car I guess. Another Honda CRV was spotted a few days back with regn. AS 01 AK-4756.
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Old 28th July 2009, 10:10   #471
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Default Extreme climate of North India!!

From relentless soaring temperature all season to the torrential downpour last night. All it takes is one night for the roads to turn into rivers.
My Getz had to go through some real deep road rivers today morning. I was quite worried to see so many cars stalled in the middle including the mighty DTC buses. All the way, i was thinking of Jaggu's CRV thread. The whole 30kms till i hit the expressway was a complete nightmare. Somehow, the Getz managed to get through and i'm hoping that no damage has been done.

CRDi twins meet up before the downpour. One is mad and the other one redefines madness.
kpzen to kpgetz : Two Getz CRDi's join the family !! -  1,11,111 kms-27072009062-large.jpg <br />
Off roading in my Getz till i can afford a Safari <img src=
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Today morning's nightmare drive to office.<br /> <br /> <a href=kpzen to kpgetz : Two Getz CRDi's join the family !! -  1,11,111 kms-28072009069-large.jpg <br /> <a href=kpzen to kpgetz : Two Getz CRDi's join the family !! -  1,11,111 kms-28072009068-large.jpg   <div style=

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talking of torrential rain.

i got my getz crdi on 23rd, the moment i took it out of showroom for first time, it started pouring cats and dogs.

i do not have a covered parking, so since that day it has got soaked in 4 very heavy rainy days.

my heart just bleeds :(

BTW, now that i have been driving a getz crdi, i was wondering how will you cope up with loss of power in you new punto mjd e pack.
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BTW, now that i have been driving a getz crdi, i was wondering how will you cope up with loss of power in you new punto mjd e pack.
Remember iraghava's Getz 1.1L? kpzen's punto seems to me of the same kind.
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Talking about Getz CRDi and rains, in June this year there was a heavy (understatement) downpour in Bangalore and I was to pass through the dreaded Vittal Mallya Road and opposite UB city there was so much water that my tyres were almost submerged more than half way, I thought baby don;t stop on me now and I managed to get out it sweating but for the car it was no sweat whew... I remember some thread about Fabia Diesel stalling when a 800 breezed through a flooded road. Now I am no longer worried though I know my baby can make it through easily...
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Ripping it apart on weekdays and pampering her on Sundays.
kpzen to kpgetz : Two Getz CRDi's join the family !! -  1,11,111 kms-02082009109.jpg <a href=kpzen to kpgetz : Two Getz CRDi's join the family !! -  1,11,111 kms-02082009111.jpg <br /> <br /> <br /> <div style=
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BTW, now that i have been driving a getz crdi, i was wondering how will you cope up with loss of power in you new punto mjd e pack.
Naah the class leading dynamics, handling and chassis engineering of Punto makes u forget about power and torque.
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Remember iraghava's Getz 1.1L? kpzen's punto seems to me of the same kind.
iraghava has taken that 1.1L thingie too seriously and still running on stock tires...
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Talking about Getz CRDi and rains, in June this year there was a heavy (understatement) downpour in Bangalore and I was to pass through the dreaded Vittal Mallya Road and opposite UB city there was so much water that my tyres were almost submerged more than half way, I thought baby don;t stop on me now and I managed to get out it sweating but for the car it was no sweat whew... I remember some thread about Fabia Diesel stalling when a 800 breezed through a flooded road. Now I am no longer worried though I know my baby can make it through easily...
It all depends on the traffic u get on flooded roads. If u have flooded road with minimum traffic this car has the torque to even pull out 2 cars along with it but in case there's a traffic jam on a flooded road then the water level will become a more crucial factor than torque.

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i have a doubt. about the tuning box in the getz crdi. which type is it?? injection modulation or rail pressure modulation? different manufacturers follow different types.

injection modulation will essentially have four connectors one to each of the injectors.

the rail pressure modulation tuning boxes will have a connection to just the rail pressure sensor.

so which one is it ?
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Man you are lucky to have access to all that equipment over weekend!
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i have a doubt. about the tuning box in the getz crdi. which type is it?? injection modulation or rail pressure modulation? different manufacturers follow different types.

injection modulation will essentially have four connectors one to each of the injectors.

the rail pressure modulation tuning boxes will have a connection to just the rail pressure sensor.

so which one is it ?
It seems that in the gen 2 CRDIs only rail pressure modulation is possible. Both the petes box and the RD box only increase the rail pressure.

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i have a doubt. about the tuning box in the getz crdi. which type is it?? injection modulation or rail pressure modulation? different manufacturers follow different types.

injection modulation will essentially have four connectors one to each of the injectors.

the rail pressure modulation tuning boxes will have a connection to just the rail pressure sensor.

so which one is it ?
Rail pressure modulation.
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Man you are lucky to have access to all that equipment over weekend!

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It seems that in the gen 2 CRDIs only rail pressure modulation is possible. Both the petes box and the RD box only increase the rail pressure.

Shyam
i20 is injection modulation, i'm told.
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hehe. injection modulation is also possible in any generation crdi system.

accent and elantra are gen-1 very easy to manipulate not much funda involved, the later generations. have more complex electronics involved unless you know how to bypass the OEM system or simulate OEM signals exactly, injection modulation is out of the question!

i20 box is injection modulation right? did you see the box. does it have four connectors to each of the injectors??

can you check if the ecu is a third gen ecu in i20?.
if possible post the code on the ecu. i dont know much about the naming convention but is it as per this site.

Bosch EDC17 FAQ

or like this site.

Chiptuning news. ECU hardware and software


as for the getz. SERIOUSLY consider a bigger intercooler. is it mounted vertical as in the verna? ( better for cooling is horizontal since better length is possible. but for more pressure drop or boost pressure vertical is better suited! the getz and verna engine bay is too congested right. i dont own any of these vehicles. have some friends with verna havent been able to see much inside the engine bay)

i presume the setting is currently in normal. ? and in particular there wouldn't be noticeable pick up increase in higher revs say 3.5 to 5k rpm?

stage 1 and stage 2 will result in danger!. the engine will be seriously choked! not enough air, just a CAI wont do the trick. try HKS filter they are the best suited. still in turbo charged engines the intercooler also needs to be upgraded to make up for the additional air. ( another logical thing is to go for a bigger turbo - too costly!! 1-2 lakhs will be required for the turbo + instalation + remap! )

even after all this. the injection pump will be under higher load. and also the rail and feed lines can blow if its not suited enough to handle the extra pressure of around 200 bar above normal rail pressure.

why i am saying this is because a student project ended up with the rail and feed lines being blown apart. we were trying to implement a crdi system with UI system pressure capability 2000 bar to be more precize!!

anyways keep us guys posted of the developements
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