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Old 29th April 2008, 12:59   #16
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Congrats alias,

Njoi the ride of turboed Baleno, Do find time and post some pics....Drive safe buddy..

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Old 29th April 2008, 14:13   #17
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Congrats on the build, hope you have bucket loads of fun with the car.

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ya can but not on here

but if you want it i can pm you
Why? This is an open forum saar, you can say how much you paid for the setup right here. So, let the cat out of the bag will you. No, PM business and all.
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Old 29th April 2008, 15:03   #18
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Congrats on the mod's. Enjoy it and drive safe. Do upgrade the tires for better braking.

Man, i got to start saving for a turbo too.

P.S. Please use proper punctuations (full stop, comma etc). Your post is also turbocharged and makes it a tad difficult to understand.
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Old 29th April 2008, 15:40   #19
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Asif, congrats on the ride. I'm sure it's been well worth the wait, and I can't wait to see it scorch the tarmac.

sa1nik, how many Beam Blues you know?
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Congrats on the job man, am sure it must be flying. Enjoy the car, have fun.
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Congrats on the ride.. Is it the first turboed Baleno on TBHP?
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Old 29th April 2008, 16:04   #22
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Congrats on the Turbo Baleno Alias, that's a major mod, I am sure you will enjoy the rush. As a former black baleno owner I was quite happy with the stock setup itself, I can't even imagine how it will feel in the turbo form. Even now I sometime miss the powerful torque of Baleno when I drive my sedate GV.

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Took down so many cars that I canít even remember just remember a couple of cars and looks on the faces of the people who owned them. Looking at them made my heart fill with joy and satisfaction .

Cars included: civics, lancers, corollas, v-tecs and Vrsís and many more image I drove approximately 400 kms only in the city
Hmm, but I am sure my GV can smoke your turbo Baleno on NH-17 (say between Udupi and Kundapur) once we are well into monsoon.
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Asif congratulations on the TC . What was the costs involved and pics please.So whenz the car coming to office , you owe me a drive.
Also Psycho are the stock brakes enough to handle the braking or do we need an upgrade?

With power comes responsibility so please drive safe.

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Hmm, but I am sure my GV can smoke your turbo Baleno on NH-17 (say between Udupi and Kundapur) once we are well into monsoon.
Samurai I am sure he wouldnt come around that area .
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Old 29th April 2008, 20:32   #24
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Congrats on the Turbo install....looking forward to some pics.
This makes the tally of turbo balenos in blore, four i guess. 1600cc FI class will be really interesting...
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Old 29th April 2008, 21:38   #25
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@ all
thank you

@riju jee

the car is in the office now and so am i

if you are here now lets go then.....


@jiggu and vj mavrick
thanks i hope i didnt make you go breathless

i have the pics in my phone looking for a usb cabel to put it here

whats a gv ??

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Nice. Whats the ECU?
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Old 29th April 2008, 21:43   #27
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Congrats on the ride.. Is it the first turboed Baleno on TBHP?

dont know if its the 1st one here however i have seen one in blore a few days back
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Congrats on your turbo charged Baleno; be responsible and drive safely
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whats a gv ??
GV is Grand Vitara.
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Old 29th April 2008, 21:52   #29
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Nice. Whats the ECU?

yes its on a greedy e manage

was running short to get a stand alone will get it soon


one more thing is it bad if i drive the car in rain witha little flood


since the intercooler is mounted behind the bumper

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Congrats on your turbo charged Baleno; be responsible and drive safely

GV is Grand Vitara.


thanks mate

oh so he means a grand vitara can smoke my ride

hmmm... i am going back to my tunner

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A GV will smoke your car on the road Samurai has mentioned irrespective of how much power your tuner can get off the engine. That stretch of road isnt about horsepower but how much ground clearance and heavy-duty suspension the vehicle has.
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