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Old 21st October 2007, 11:53   #16
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Default Here is one for 1596 CC 16v Fiat 2000 series

I believe this is the one that powers Palio/ Petra/ Adventure 1.6.


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Alto 1.1
http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/421...gine7rz0hv.jpg

For Swift [post #1], there isn't a scale on either axis!
Would you please post the graph of Alto 800 CC ?
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okay in the autocar oct 07 issue top speed of the petrol swift is 174 : 160 for the diesel
0-100 12.29
?wonder on what tires in which circumstances?

okay in other mags which i dont have on me now:- i have seen "top speed 160 ' for the petrol swift always laughed : put it down to the mag s poor quality research or something but yeah man

go figure

check out the figure in top gear all me friends who have access to them are individually canned right now

cy

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i hit 180 on the expressway when my car had 900 km on the odo - with my girlfriend in the car
no mods
only tires
no redlines
although did it in 4 gears i think
super smooth
+ only 8.4 ish kmph speedo error
8.4 is alot of speedo error. your tyres are smaller because 195/60 is smaller than the recommended 195/65 for the swift. hence the speedo error.
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Old 22nd October 2007, 21:21   #19
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8.4 is alot of speedo error. your tyres are smaller because 195/60 is smaller than the recommended 195/65 for the swift. hence the speedo error.
the swift speedo reads ideally perfect at 185/70 r 14
thats what maruti told me many times

195/65 is what people recommend and the speedo is not tuned for that you will get slight speedo error with this size

with 195/60 r 14 i get a 4.4 kmph diff at 100 kmph
so if my speedo showed 182-3 i was doing 172 ish

are you trying to tell me the swift only goes till 160?

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Do anybody has 1.3 Rocam's Graph?
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Old 23rd October 2007, 09:32   #21
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Cy - did i ever say that the swift did only 160? i did NOT. all i said was that your car would be showing you a higher speed than you actually did because of the smaller tyres. you could have been doing 170 and your speedo would have showed 177 or so.

infact i dont believe half of the top speeds mags give. they probably dont test them and just predict the figures.

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Does any one has the SX4 graphs. I tried on google but no luck.
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How about the beast Verna VGT Graph? Interesting to see the torque climbing up like a mount everest.
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Old 11th November 2007, 13:44   #24
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Default looks like 195/65-14 is a good size

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the swift speedo reads ideally perfect at 185/70 r 14
thats what maruti told me many times

195/65 is what people recommend and the speedo is not tuned for that you will get slight speedo error with this size

with 195/60 r 14 i get a 4.4 kmph diff at 100 kmph
so if my speedo showed 182-3 i was doing 172 ish


are you trying to tell me the swift only goes till 160?

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Cy - did i ever say that the swift did only 160? i did NOT. all i said was that your car would be showing you a higher speed than you actually did because of the smaller tyres. you could have been doing 170 and your speedo would have showed 177 or so.
infact i dont believe half of the top speeds mags give. they probably dont test them and just predict the figures.
195/65-14 seems to be a good up size with less than 1% error compared to stock 185/70-14. 195/65-14 seems to be giving more speedo error like -4%. Reference

Tire size calculator

There is no real point of disagreement here.

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195/65-14 seems to be a good up size with less than 1% error compared to stock 185/70-14. 195/65-14 seems to be giving more speedo error like -4%. Reference

Tire size calculator

There is no real point of disagreement here.
Read the second tire profile to be 195/60-14, typo.
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Does anyone have the Fiesta 1.4 TDCi chart?
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Cool Re: Torque & Power Graph of Indian Cars - Starting with Maruti Suzuki Swift Petrol

Here is my dyno chart done at Red rooster racing.
Swift ( ZXI)- 2005. 1.3L Turbo.
Note: All values are at the wheels.
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Default Re: Torque & Power Graph of Indian Cars - Starting with Maruti Suzuki Swift Petrol

Possible for anyone to supply the i10 VTVT graphs ? ( Have already googled, but in vain :( )

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Default Re: Torque & Power Graph of Indian Cars - Starting with Maruti Suzuki Swift Petrol

In case it's of help to anyone, here is the graph for a stock Honda Civic:

Torque & Power Graph of Indian Cars - Starting with Maruti Suzuki Swift Petrol-civic-stock-dyno-run.jpg
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