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Old 7th June 2007, 09:55   #91
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but which garage it is ......
Ohh..Very dirty job..
Nivit Bhasin Of Hyperformance Motorsport - Delhi
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Old 7th June 2007, 13:59   #92
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Thats a horrible job, thanks for enlightening us Irags, now ill buy a set of tires from you

Some of my friends on Orkut swear by Nivit and Hyperperformance ****** but i told them how good he is.

The pipes have so many irregulations and if the CAI pipe is rusted from inside, its gonna do nothing but damage.
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God horrendous job. Wonder where he sourced those pipes from ?
Should be a Scrap dealer for his 2nd profession..
Whatta waste of a baleno .
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Dude, that job is rotten! Does the car even run? If it does, is it slower than before ? Some tuners do a good job of visually "patching" up and atleast making it look good, but this.....
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Dude, that job is rotten! Does the car even run? If it does, is it slower than before ? Some tuners do a good job of visually "patching" up and atleast making it look good, but this.....
Well according to my source she's slower than my old VTEC!!!!! And anyways she blew her engine pretty soon after this job, haven't checked up about her recent status.
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And anyways she blew her engine pretty soon after this job, haven't checked up about her recent status.
What else was expected after a job like that.. Jeez..
Please dont check on that car again.. all i can say is RIP to that Baleno..

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oh my god!!! i cant believe the customer gave his car for such a beautiful job,and LPG-Turbo thats a superb concept ,i bet it blew real loud.
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The LPG kit doen not seem to have been connected at all on these pics. This guy would have blown a lotta oil into his cylinders the way he has set it up.

Even more interesting is the concept of putting a steel plate ahead of the turbo this would increase under bonnet heat like mad. Dont know how the intercooler would work with that plate behind it.

Willing to bet that the engine would have a check light before he hit 5 PSI.

Stock Injectors and pump for sure with no RRFPR.

None of the vaccum pipes have come off means he is running under 5 for sure.

The best thing of em all the hole in the pipe on the second pic next to the insulation tape seems to be for the IAT sensor which is nowhere to be seen. Can imagine the amount of boost leak, he doest even need the BOV.

The only good parts on the car are :

1) A good turbo : though I cannot see where the water cooling lines are
2) Decent BOV and red pipes
3) Good silicon hose on the manifold
4) really good clamps used on the entire install.
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that Baleno is sleeping with the fishes!

LPG TURBO BALENO is that even possible?

and whats with all that sharp bent pipes.
what free flow horid job!
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well,nivits work has always been into controversies. and this lpg baleno is a nightmare.. looks like delhi needs some good and reliable tuners..
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LPG TURBO BALENO is that even possible?
Well technically speaking its a good choice. else with a turbo setup the and a stock fuel pump the car starts taking jhatkas as if there is no fuel, but with LPG this can be eliminated, more over that its also more economical and the power loss is negligble, i have seen a lot of turbo LPG baleno.
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LPG TURBO BALENO is that even possible?
Somebody has it already on the forum:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...ed-baleno.html (LPG kit to turbocharged baleno)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...satisfied.html (Baleno : Turbo + Direct Lpg Injection System = V_E_R_Y Satisfied)
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I think that engine bay might breed some diseases.. stay away from it!!
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Well technically speaking its a good choice. else with a turbo setup the and a stock fuel pump the car starts taking jhatkas as if there is no fuel, but with LPG this can be eliminated, more over that its also more economical and the power loss is negligble, i have seen a lot of turbo LPG baleno.
This is interesting, I am yet to see a single install have only heard of them even the pic in this thread does not have the LPG system connected to the intake at all in the first place.
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I wonder how many cars will die in his hands before someone launches Mr. Bhasin to outer space. Another piece of horrendous work by him.
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