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Old 28th January 2008, 12:19   #106
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Actually I do agree with KS... though the dude has a lot of attitude, but there is genuine frustration. There are many modders at TBHP who would just want to bring him down by questioning his install, etc. His argument is valid, rather than challenging his work, they should display their work or dyno their cars. In any case, neat work guys!!!

Hey aseem,
U have actually got the reason why i would want to refrain from the debate on this thread.

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Old 28th January 2008, 14:31   #107
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Nice curves.

One question though, what unit is being used for torque?
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Nice drivability curves! How is the reliability of the car thus far ?
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Old 28th January 2008, 14:49   #109
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Nice curves.

One question though, what unit is being used for torque?
Hey v1p3r,
The torque is in foot pounds.

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Old 28th January 2008, 14:51   #110
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Nice drivability curves! How is the reliability of the car thus far ?

There have been no problems till now.The car has been driven in the city for almost 1200 kms.I will defintely tell u guys if i have any problems with the reliability......would not want any customer to suffer.


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Could you list all Indian/import cars that you have turboed till date and cars on which you have done swaps. Again, this Q is just for info sake.
All I can remember is
1. T'ed Esteem
2. T'ed Swift
3 T'ed OHC
4 T'ed OHC with B16
5 T'ed lancer
5 B16 swap on OHC
6 1.6 Mivec lancer
7 2.0 V6 Mivec lancer
8 Evo lancer
9 E-zen and B-zen (not sure of Vtec-Zen)

Also which one would you recommend based on experience in different budget ranges.

Please ignore this post if its difficult to answer.

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KS,
Could you list all Indian/import cars that you have turboed till date and cars on which you have done swaps. Again, this Q is just for info sake.
All I can remember is
1. T'ed Esteem
2. T'ed Swift
3 T'ed OHC
4 T'ed OHC with B16
5 T'ed lancer
5 B16 swap on OHC
6 1.6 Mivec lancer
7 2.0 V6 Mivec lancer
8 Evo lancer
9 E-zen and B-zen (not sure of Vtec-Zen)

Also which one would you recommend based on experience in different budget ranges.

Please ignore this post if its difficult to answer.
Hey dipen,
This is a swift turbo thread,i am not very sure if the moderators will like it to go of topic.
I never done a t/esteem, and never done a 1.6 Mivec.

By far the evo conversion is the best as its a complete package.If u do a "B
" series in a city,u still have to spend the extra money for the suspension and the brakes.Of course its a lot cheaper,but the an EVO is a EVO !!

I think we are seriously of topic

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Old 28th January 2008, 17:36   #113
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Hey KS that is a good power curve love the mid range but looks like you backed out a bit on the ignition post 5500 could help in extending the torque curve a bit more, wouldnt suggest it if the valve springs are still stock though.

Great job there.
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Old 28th January 2008, 18:13   #114
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Hey Psycho,
I was a little worried on the knocking....but will try that and pm u....to let u know whats happening.Actually i am waiting to karthik of RD to come over to mumbai.The brain gets a little tired when u have to look at the a/f,and the maps and the dyno numbers.Just too many numbers after every adjustment.

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Old 28th January 2008, 19:00   #115
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guys i hope this has answered a lot of ur questions....as for reliability its been about 1700 km since the install and have not had a problem yet so i think so far so great!!... as for the power honestly these figures are no where as good as the look on the guys face when a swift creams him and he is in a bm or merc
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guys i hope this has answered a lot of ur questions....as for reliability its been about 1700 km since the install and have not had a problem yet so i think so far so great!!... as for the power honestly these figures are no where as good as the look on the guys face when a swift creams him and he is in a bm or merc
Id love to see that expression of disbelief... It will be a sight to see!!
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Well... There could be other factor's also why Torque was falling past 5500rpm, could not only be the ignition.
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Sweet job, KS!! How much better is the 0 - 100? Knowing you, I am pretty sure you have clocked a 1/4 mile already.
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Well... There could be other factor's also why Torque was falling past 5500rpm, could not only be the ignition.
Can u help me out in finding the other"factors".May be I have missed out on somethign.Can u shed some light on the issue
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Sweet job, KS!! How much better is the 0 - 100? Knowing you, I am pretty sure you have clocked a 1/4 mile already.
No man,GTO.I havent done it,actually there is no way of getting the 1/4 mile timing right.Other than the track equipment.
This car will never run the drag,so its point less to do a time scale on this car.But like I said in one of my previous post,that this car makes the 105 hp in 4.5 secs..

As a matter of fact I have never clocked any of my cars of a 1/4 mile run or a 0-100kmph.All my customers will second that.If u clock a timming,and then if u get happy with it,you tend to stop working on the car.So in that sense,i keep tring to make the car go faster and faster.

Its just how I work.Cant be content with fast...need to go faster.

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