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Old 18th November 2010, 13:05   #46
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Which car is it that is costing 1.65 for the turbo setup ?


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I had sent them an enquiry for my Palio. But I think the costing is generic and around the same for most cars! I could be wrong though!
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Hats off to RRP for such a brilliant setup. It inspires confidence just looking at the pictures. Wish we had something close to this here in NCR / Delhi.

Someone has posted that there was a 250 Bhp Swift they've done. Is that with the OE 1.3L engine ? (modded of course) I am curious as my Swift is also waiting to get TC'd

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It takes about 15mins to hook up a car. Very professionaly and carefully done.

Dont go by the 250hp numbers. When I saw it, it was only running about 7psi which is about 125bhp at the crank. Yeah they can take it to 250bhp at the crank again its running fully forged internals with a built engine. But I was happy about reports of turboed swift running as daily drivers at around 7-8psi.

Like i said earlier, The turbo swift at RRP puts out 119 Hp at the wheel. its running peak boost of 7.5 PSI.
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Old 18th November 2010, 16:18   #48
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So thats your swift? Amazing work.

I would also like to thank RRR for the excellent setup done, loved the dyno. Will come back for more runs.
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Nice to see an OHC's engine on the engine stand
Where did you see that engine here? Are you talking about the one where Leela is talking to one gentleman wearing yellow T shirt?

If that's the picture you're referring then it's not an OHC's engine. You could see the HM mark on it.
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Old 18th November 2010, 21:07   #50
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I had sent them an enquiry for my Palio. But I think the costing is generic and around the same for most cars! I could be wrong though!

A Palio is far more complicated than a Swift. But at 1.65 for the "whole setup" seems good.

Imagine the Palio 1.6 putting out 200 "reliable horses" THAT is rock 'n' roll


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Like i said earlier, The turbo swift at RRP puts out 119 Hp at the wheel. its running peak boost of 7.5 PSI.

That seems very respectable & acceptable



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Where did you see that engine here? Are you talking about the one where Leela is talking to one gentleman wearing yellow T shirt?

If that's the picture you're referring then it's not an OHC's engine. You could see the HM mark on it.
It is, thats an D15B OHC Vtec
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@Rudra - That was an OHC engine.
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Guys who visited, any idea on what a stock Baleno put out on the RRR dyno?
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Great setup! @GTO, I have one question though.Apart from doing all these high funda stuff, Do they provide basic servicing of aam janta cars, For E.g my alto?
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Great setup! @GTO, I have one question though.Apart from doing all these high funda stuff, Do they provide basic servicing of aam janta cars, For E.g my alto?
Nope they don't, they offer only professional upgrade jobs, not the regular service stuff for your alto or my puny Swift D.
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I have seen 76-78 for stock 1.5 non vtec at RRR when i just wanted to compare mine. He claimed no modifications on those cars. This was on my first visit and last visit also he shown the latest run of another city 1.5 with figures in the same range. So 22% loss on claimed 100 figure for 1.5 ohc.
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It is, thats an D15B OHC Vtec
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@Rudra - That was an OHC engine.
Guys, thanks a lot for correcting me. Now could you guys tell me what's that HM indicates? Is it some abbreviation? If yes then what's the full form?

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Guys, thanks a lot for correcting me. Now could you guys tell me what's that HM indicates? Is it some abbreviation? If yes then what's the full form?
Hmm, may be Honda Motors?
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My ohc vtec showed 76hp at the wheels. My car has done about 1,30000 kms. The mods I have is a clogged airfilter and headers with FFE. Don't think these mods can alter the basic hp by much. Two other vtecs that came there also got their dyno figures and both showed lesser hp but the vtec wasn't getting activated on both of them. They were showing hp in the range of 60-62 if memory serves me right.

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I might go there tomorrow/the day after. Anyone else going there?
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