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Old 6th July 2009, 11:10   #241
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good review. Nice to know that its all coming together. Some mods are not done purely for power increase, they are done because it fits with the overal scheme of mods and its the right thing to do. Way to go, keep it coming
You stole the words out of my mouth.
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Old 6th July 2009, 19:24   #242
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You stole the words out of my mouth.
I made that comment only because you specifically said, i quote "this takes the refinement of that engine into the league of the German diesels, maybe even a tad better than that."

I absolutely cannot understand how fitting a bigger intercooler will improve refinement.
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Old 7th July 2009, 10:03   #243
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I absolutely cannot understand how fitting a bigger intercooler will improve refinement.
Its time for you to drive down to bangalore and check it out yourself comparing a stock elantra and a Intercooled elantra .
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I absolutely cannot understand how fitting a bigger intercooler will improve refinement.
Sir,

Could it be even remotely possible that the colder air in the intake is helping better combustion of the pilot injection , thereby reducing NVH? the pilot injection is there purely for NVH management
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Old 3rd August 2009, 12:24   #245
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Sold the car to cmiuc and now he has started to mod the car and the list includes..

Existing mods +

- Drilled rotors,
- EBC Green stuff brake pads,
- Spoiler
- HIDS

Problem with the car is, if you keep breaking hard while driving fast for around 50km the brakes will not be effective so was the mods.

Now i am waiting for the review once it gets installed .

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Sold the car to cmiuc and now he has started to mod the car and the list includes..

Existing mods +

- Drilled rotors,
- EBC Green stuff brake pads,
- Spoiler
- HIDS

Problem with the car is, if you keep breaking hard while driving fast for around 50km the brakes will not be effective so was the mods.

Now i am waiting for the review once it gets installed .
Raj,u sold ur car
So what next?
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Old 3rd August 2009, 12:55   #247
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check this

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...getz-crdi.html
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