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Old 23rd May 2007, 03:58   #31
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30bhp on a Safari just with electronics??? Is he selling God in that box or what???
Why? 30 bhp on 115 is about 25%, if I'm not mistaken. Seeing as how the Accents go from 83 bhp to 109 on the ultimate stage of Pete's box, which is about 31%, it's plausible. If the product works well, and the injectors can hold up to that sort of IDC.
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Any dyno sheets to suffice that claim on accent or just ... you know wat I mean
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Yes, don't you remember, Pete's had a dyno chart printout at their stall at Vaahan Yatra? I'm sure you can send turboindia a PM and he will send you one.
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I will do my home work on this, if it turns out to be true I will be pretty impressed!
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Yes, Accent's go from 82 bhp to 98 on stock settings and on full tune around 109bhp, so it seems very much possible to extract 25%(30bhp) from the Safari
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Yes, don't you remember, Pete's had a dyno chart printout at their stall at Vaahan Yatra? I'm sure you can send turboindia a PM and he will send you one.
You can check out dynocharts for all vehicles here, since Pete's sells you the same box:

PSI Powerbox - Find your Diesel Vehicle

For Eg; this is it for the Accent (Verna in India):

PSI motorsport : Diesel Tuning : PowerBox

Other than BHP figures, the TORQUE figures go up massively too. The Pete's box takes the Accent (Verna in India) to Torque-land ABOVE the Scopio, for instance.

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If that flywheel spins any faster than 3000rpm I reckon the entire safari will spin the other way

lol, but sometime when i am not that careful i have revved it over 3000.

moreover engine doesn't feel stressed.

i wish PSI comes with a box that increases rev limit too,
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Steer: seen those, but I can't find the dyno chart for the 3rd stage.
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The Air Intake Temp sensor is basically a thermistor. The resistance of the coil changes as the temp. increases or decreases. This device mentioned below for 999 is simply a fixed value resistor which always tells the ECU that the air intake temp is 15-20 deg. due to which the fuel injected is higher resulting in the 5% increase in Power.
Wont this harm the engine?
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...or maybe I'll find sometime to go down and have a look sometime later this week.
Thatd be highly recommended and appreciated
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Thatd be highly recommended and appreciated
Well not possible this week since "Dhanno" is in the workshop & I'm stuck at our factories due to my mum's vacation. Probably expect an update/report sometime next week.
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Wont this harm the engine?
No it wont. Just more fuel going in. Also most engine are designed wirh 30% tolerance in performance.. So generally this small increase of 5-8% will not harm the engine.
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The Air Intake Temp sensor is basically a thermistor. The resistance of the coil changes as the temp. increases or decreases. This device mentioned below for 999 is simply a fixed value resistor which always tells the ECU that the air intake temp is 15-20 deg. due to which the fuel injected is higher resulting in the 5% increase in Power.

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Will this not burn down the engine much faster since the temperatures will be more actually then the ECU can detect.
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Please do that and update us if this "box" is actually worth going in for.. and for 35G it better be worth it.

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Guys the box the chap in FREEDABAD is selling is from DIMSport Italy. This is the box - it claims 137 bhp on the Dicor 3.0:

DIMENSIONE SPORT

FINALLY - A BOX FOR THE BEAST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm buying. Today.

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Guys the box the chap in FREEDABAD is selling is from DIMSport Italy. This is the box - it claims 137 bhp on the Dicor 3.0:

DIMENSIONE SPORT

FINALLY - A BOX FOR THE BEAST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm buying. Today.
Any info on how much torque increase you get? Also keep us posted on the results. Are you gonna go for a dyno test after the installation?
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