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Old 29th January 2010, 16:02   #61
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Yup From Bharat Car, Its big? Would you suggest one which fits the 800 please? I have no clue of the model number. I costed me 3.2k

I did not remove the cat con btw, The Exhaust doesnt add majorly to the performance to get a gain in 0-100 timings with my engine i'll mostly get a Max gain of say 3%. I would be installing headers after a while I wanted a good exhaust to go with it, hence this. Now your skepticism has got me thinking on the genuineness of the exhaust :O
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Old 29th January 2010, 23:09   #62
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Yup From Bharat Car, Its big? Would you suggest one which fits the 800 please? I have no clue of the model number. I costed me 3.2k

I did not remove the cat con btw, The Exhaust doesnt add majorly to the performance to get a gain in 0-100 timings with my engine i'll mostly get a Max gain of say 3%. I would be installing headers after a while I wanted a good exhaust to go with it, hence this. Now your skepticism has got me thinking on the genuineness of the exhaust :O
Sorry buddy but brand new "genuine" REMUS in 3.2k is not possible. I think what you have is a Taiwan/Chinese/Indian made exhaust with a fake Remus "if " written on it.

But the price for an exhaust is right, but its so not Remus, A genuine Remus looks different as well,the built quality etc.

Meet M4UGR8 on this forum some day to have a look for how genuine remus looks like.

Let me make it clear, i have been with the delhi tuning scene for 3yrs now. I have seen most of these people grow and sell. Im so sure 90% of them have NO knowledge of what they are selling. They are just business men and traders

So just beware and be sure of what you buy and cross check of what you purchase and pay for. There are endless stories of how people new to such things are cheated.

Just to cross check ask mr.grover the model name/number for the exhust.
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Old 29th January 2010, 23:19   #63
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After cross-checking from Remus Website, I could not find any exhaust of the same type. But Mr. Grover was persistent that he does not stock Chinese/fake parts.
Will call him up and confirm, thanks :(
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Old 29th January 2010, 23:41   #64
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wind splitter are you talking about the cracks visible in the first picture ? I guess the cracks could be filled with some kind of welding. Which part touches the ground, is it the pipe which has the exhaust manifold ?
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Wow, goooood thread

Presenting my 1997 Maruti 800 or the SB -308.

Used as a daily drive.

Ionion blue

Repainted once with Bimal Automobiles Bengaluru and have regretted ever since.

Clocked 2.27 lac kms as on date, did one complete overhaul on the engine at 1.35 lac kms.

Modifications Done:
1) 2002 maruti 800 dashboard and steering.
2) Got rid of the leaf spring and installed Multi link coil suspension
3) Stock replacement K&N air filter
4) Bosch Halo plugs
5) 90/100 Headlamps
6) Polished and ported intake manifold
7) Polished and ported exhaust manifold
8) Zen Carburetor
9) Closed ratio gearbox
10) Oversize Polished pistons
12) Oversize valves
13) Free flow Exhaust with a modified end can.
14) 12" K-speed alloys with tubeless Bridgestone potenza GIII
15) Remote lever for fuel tank opener and rear hatch (Keyless)
16) Sanden A/C unit
17) Ported engine body and head for better coolant circulation
18) Sleeved camshaft for better valve lift

These are what i remember presently

Still a strong daily runner.

Mileage:


1) With A/C = 16 Kmpl
2) Without A/C = 17.5 kmpl


Max Speed = 140 + Kmph ( Under free road conditions)

Avg Speed = 70 Kmph
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Old 30th January 2010, 00:14   #66
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^ wow, No. 6,7,8 Is on my list
Could we please have the pics
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Old 30th January 2010, 12:58   #67
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There we go, Pavan I have gone through your post of restoring/rebuilding your M800 and just loved it. I would need you guys help in fixing my M800 problems. Will be posting my car pics today.

Please help me to get rid of the leaf spring and to install Multi link coil suspension on my car (higher priority), let me know how much fortune needs to spent on this mod.

Love your car looks NEAT.
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Old 30th January 2010, 14:05   #68
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Hi pavan ,the headers look great.Seems your cars have alloys on it.My 800's got them too and a couple of my mechanics were of the opinion that alloys cause the suspension and wheel bearings to wear out faster.Have you noticed any issues with the same after you installed the alloys?

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^Oh Thats Nice

Will the add the pics and Video tomm.
As Mine is a type 3 800, The Exhaust was not fitting straight. so we had to bend the pipe towards the left side, and then attach it, so basically its not visible from outside.
You'll get the clear idea when I post the pics.
Hi Bumble Beast, the only reason you had to bend the pipe is because its a Type 2 800. The Type 3 800 has a straight run through pipe.

@Pavan:
The headers are very well built. I like the finishing of the headers, can you please inform me of the cost, and where you got it done?

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Well even i have a m800 '95 MODEL, Check my garage for details.

Its not as neat as KADAM's , Its a heavily abused car.

Anways i tried most of the mods possible, Being in delhi i really cant say how well they are done, So now im looking for a engine swap any suggestions?

@KADAM, Does the zen carb give a significant difference?
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^ wow, No. 6,7,8 Is on my list
Could we please have the pics
M-800 is a fun car and adapts fast to any modifications, and that too without any major side effects.

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There we go, Pavan I have gone through your post of restoring/rebuilding your M800 and just loved it. I would need you guys help in fixing my M800 problems. Will be posting my car pics today.

Please help me to get rid of the leaf spring and to install Multi link coil suspension on my car (higher priority), let me know how much fortune needs to spent on this mod.

Love your car looks NEAT.
It costs around 12K for the overall work. Too pricey i know, but works wonders.

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Hi pavan ,the headers look great.Seems your cars have alloys on it.My 800's got them too and a couple of my mechanics were of the opinion that alloys cause the suspension and wheel bearings to wear out faster.Have you noticed any issues with the same after you installed the alloys?

thanks
No Sumeeth, 13 inchers will cause lot of troubles, but a stock replacement 12 inch alloys will just suit good.

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Hi Bumble Beast, the only reason you had to bend the pipe is because its a Type 2 800. The Type 3 800 has a straight run through pipe.

@Pavan:
The headers are very well built. I like the finishing of the headers, can you please inform me of the cost, and where you got it done?
My headers are custom made by Raj Hingorani's boys at Rs.8500/-, its a 3:2:1 setup, works fine, have been running them since 3 yrs with an avg FE of 16.5 kmpl

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Well even i have a m800 '95 MODEL, Check my garage for details.

Its not as neat as KADAM's , Its a heavily abused car.

Anways i tried most of the mods possible, Being in delhi i really cant say how well they are done, So now im looking for a engine swap any suggestions?

@KADAM, Does the zen carb give a significant difference?
It does give a bit of an edge, i dont think thats too important a modification. Long time not seen your car buddy.

Got rid of stock rear badging and tried my hands at creating something new, Guys! tell me how it looks.
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Hey nice, I had this in mind but where did you source the badges?

Has any one changed the engine in the m800?
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Hey nice, I had this in mind but where did you source the badges?

Has any one changed the engine in the m800?
very simple buddy.

Buy the Maruti Suzuki emblem from the SX4, those come with BIGGER font SUZUKI , cut out the S U Z U K I letters and place them 6" apart on the hatch.

One guy has transplanted the 800cc enging with the Zen engine, that car is a highly IMPRACTICAL and TROUBLED car i've ever seen.
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very simple buddy.

Buy the Maruti Suzuki emblem from the SX4, those come with BIGGER font SUZUKI , cut out the S U Z U K I letters and place them 6" apart on the hatch.
SX4 badge is this BIG? Will try thanks


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One guy has transplanted the 800cc enging with the Zen engine, that car is a highly IMPRACTICAL and TROUBLED car i've ever seen.
More details of this one please!
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Presenting my car
Model - 1998 M800 CARB
Modifications done:
Stock replacement K&N air filter
12" NEO alloys with tubeless Bridgestone Potenza GIII 165/60R12

Suggestions awaited to up the performance of the car.
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