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Old 5th January 2008, 16:35   #1
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Question Help! Has anyone put AUTOMECH on ALTO / 800cc- 3 cylinder engine?

guys!! tell me has anyone put a FFE from automech on alto/ maruti 800 / any 3 cylinder engines?
If yes hows the header designed. is it 3-2-1 or is it 3-1.
how is the performance you all are getting?
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Speedzak had automech on his alto.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...s-alto-lx.html (Suspension and engine Mods for Alto LX!)
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@ Amit : We understand that you aren't yet familiar with our forum policies. But opening two threads for the same subject, that you have already had a favourable response to, is not acceptable.

Please continue this discussion at your older thread.

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