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Old 19th December 2006, 14:53   #31
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Insurance will not be a problem if you stamp the same engine number of the E-ngine..Visually there is no difference..

Only a good driver will actually find the difference in power..I;'ve had my car driven by many people at one point just to satiate my doubt about the car and its power capabilities..

Only if you stomp the accelarator and hold on above 60-70 kmph in second gear do you realise that this IS NOT A STOCK ZEN ENGINE..
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Old 20th December 2006, 00:24   #32
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Well? How did it go? We all want to know!
dint test it today. some noise was comin plus needed brakes ka parts.
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Old 20th December 2006, 00:31   #33
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who can help me install this ? planning to get this in the ezen than a regular tach. found this retro thingy cool.



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Old 20th December 2006, 11:31   #34
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bump ! technical guys havent logged on yet or something ?
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Old 20th December 2006, 11:57   #35
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bump ! technical guys havent logged on yet or something ?

i guess you could go to your local mechanic and his elec guy could just have it installed.
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i guess you could go to your local mechanic and his elec guy could just have it installed.
my electrician is outta town right now. so havin issues with this,.
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Old 20th December 2006, 15:29   #37
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@jesal - did u buy that already?
SO it shows the volt,rpm,true speed and temp?
The whole dash is taken care of. SO what are the sensors connected to? and where does the speedo read come from?
Also pls post teh snaps and review of ur new e-zen.
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@jesal - did u buy that already?
SO it shows the volt,rpm,true speed and temp?
The whole dash is taken care of. SO what are the sensors connected to? and where does the speedo read come from?
Also pls post teh snaps and review of ur new e-zen.
yea i have this at home right now... its a damn cool gadget. ezen still to come had some small issues. got the ac done and everything today. went upto 100 today its way faster than what it used to move like
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jesal did you pick that guage up from milan subway? a friend had bought something similar few years ago, and it didnt work too well.

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jesal did you pick that guage up from milan subway? a friend had bought something similar few years ago, and it didnt work too well.

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well i saw the gauge yesterday and it is really old..its almost 10 years old...but looks brand new..its wires and stuff are still packed as the way it came.
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its in .....

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jesal did you pick that guage up from milan subway? a friend had bought something similar few years ago, and it didnt work too well.

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nahi yaar my dad got it from singapore 10 years back for his so called project car i dint even know about it till i mentioned in my family i needed a tach, and my dad and uncle went like we have one. which turned out to be a racing tach. dont think it will work too myself but if it does rockin man....
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its way faster than what it used to move like
Does it stop faster too?
Pls dont mind , but since i met with a major accident due to a brake failure,i've got this phobia with weak brakes. U get the drift?
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ok so drove the car yesterday for about 25kms. it does run very very good now. i feel the zen should have come along with a 1.3 liter engine all along. the pick up is good in 2nd gear with the ac on which i had tons of issues with earlier. i need a filter and a exhaust now to really get this project kicking. i am the last person on this board to be into technical stuff. was always and still am into cosmetics. working on double vacuum for the brakes. so single booster of the zen with double vacuum works well still testing on it though.... more pics and updates later to all those who are interested. thanks to viper for the guidance he put in. i wanted to get the stuff done from him but my uncle decided to do it inhouse itself. plus my first esteem gearbox went bust so i would have travelling issues from town to versova. so sorry about that man. peace out.... ill buzz ya for the filter. rest headers and ppl thanks a lot for the small small inputs, helped............
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Old 23rd December 2006, 17:12   #45
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dirty bay, just got the car from final today so.....



new vacuum custom made



the G13



digital tacho



voltage



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