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Old 16th October 2007, 23:33   #166
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Riju - Will post pics dont worry, i have posted them in my gallery and slowly and surely i will post better pics, a bit busy nowadays.

Actually Riju car is bone stock externally except for the alloys, i am planning to put a Swift GTi bodykit and hence the delay.

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Old 17th October 2007, 05:14   #167
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The pics you have in your gallery are no good busa.
Please put up some pics of your car WITH the alloys and dont tell me you are still waiting for the monsoon`s to get over. LOL
Anyways nice review.
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BUSA,
What grade did you go for? and what was the cost of the oil?

************ I shifted to fully synthetic motor oil from Mobil1, and boy it makes a difference, for more info check the long term reports in sometime.*************
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Thanks street, will do so soon dont worry.

At babhishek - check this link for more info about the grade of oil used.
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Ok installed Green, here is a short review. The Turbolag has reduced and the car pulls fantastically from mid to high revvs. The flat spot is gone which was there before at high revvs and 5th gear floor the throttle the car pulls like a rail. A must have filter for the Swift. There is no noise from the filter at all and very little growl at high revvs, so you can have your cake and eat it too.

Thank you Peter for another wonderful product
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Old 27th October 2007, 00:28   #171
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Lucky BUSA . Peter informed me that currently Greens are not available for Verna and so he recommended K&N . Therefore, friends who donot find specific Green for their cars may go in for K&N! just for info of others and not envying BUSA
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hey shatraghu - I myself have a KnN filter in the other car, but the green is better overall as far as noise, design and filtering efficiency is concerned.
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BUSA, just checking, I thought we were supposed to use regular diesel and not the premium ones see this http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...ar-diesel.html (Diff between Speed diesel, Xtra premium diesel and regular diesel)
the consensus seems to be that regular is best. anything that made u decide to go against the current?
also how much did the green cotton cost you?
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Old 27th October 2007, 11:46   #174
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ripergeo - Yes i used Xtra Premium fuel and it started to smoke way lot more, so i got back to normal.

I would not recommend premium fuel for diesels.

Green costs - 6350 + VAT
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ripergeo - Yes i used Xtra Premium fuel and it started to smoke way lot more, so i got back to normal.

I would not recommend premium fuel for diesels.

Green costs - 6350 + VAT
It is 6350/- inclusive of all taxes Busa. How is your car running now. Enjoying every rev i bet.

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Yeah Turbo, the car is running very good, the green filter has given it the missing beat at higher revvs, turbolag is almost vanished.
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Yeah Turbo, the car is running very good, the green filter has given it the missing beat at higher revvs, turbolag is almost vanished.
BUSA sorry to be a pest, but does'nt the missing beat mean wasted fuel? I'm new to modding and your car is what i hope to build mine into, so please...tolerate me
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Oops i meant the Green filter has given the car power, where the missing beat was there are high revvs, About FE it certainly has gone up with the mods.
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Oops sorry typo, i meant the green filter has given power where there was a missing beat at high revvs.

And with all mods the FE has certainly gone up.
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I spoke to HotTracks in Bangalore on Friday

The Green OE costs Rs. 1750 and the Wind costs Rs. 3800.

So the price (Rs. 6350) quoted is for Wind Twister ?.

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