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Old 2nd December 2014, 12:15   #5761
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I got my safari services last month, I did engine flush. Now i am feeling engine is more responsive but it became more noisy. Any thing i can do to make NVH levels lower
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I got my safari services last month, I did engine flush. Now i am feeling engine is more responsive but it became more noisy. Any thing i can do to make NVH levels lower
Which oil flush did you use and how many KM your vehicle has completed ?
Was it first time that you flushed the engine ?

Ask T.A.S.S to add Bardhal treatment in Oil , It surely lowers NVH however I am not sure if there are other benefits or not. I got Bardhal Oil tratment long back however decided that I can live with slightly higher NVH so never tried again.
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Which oil flush did you use and how many KM your vehicle has completed ?
Was it first time that you flushed the engine ?

Ask T.A.S.S to add Bardhal treatment in Oil , It surely lowers NVH however I am not sure if there are other benefits or not. I got Bardhal Oil tratment long back however decided that I can live with slightly higher NVH so never tried again.

I used OWS and driven 300 km only
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I used OWS and driven 300 km only
I meant total KM on odometer , Heard that removing carbon from old engine sometimes increases the harshness so I asked. Also in my experience NVH settles down after a couple of thousand KM of oil change or may be my ears get used to it

Try Bardhal its surely reduces sound a lot.
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I meant total KM on odometer , Heard that removing carbon from old engine sometimes increases the harshness so I asked. Also in my experience NVH settles down after a couple of thousand KM of oil change or may be my ears get used to it

Try Bardhal its surely reduces sound a lot.
It is 55K. Regarding Bardhal can i get from market. Pls let me know exactly which product to buy
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Any idea what does Brake Disk cost? Better to do it at T.A.S.S. or outside?
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It is not 8K pair. It is Rs. 4220 a pair of discs in 99 rpm + Labour.

Brake Disc Rotor | **4x2 Varients**| Pair

2 x Brake Disc (Ventilated) 4X2| 288842103704 +Rs. 4,220
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Hi All,

RMP meter and speedo meter of my dicor is misbehaving and need replacement. I was looking on the net for after market and found this link:
http://www.99rpm.com/tata/instrument...fari-2008.html

They are quoting 8903 for it. Please tell me is this the reasonable cost , specifically cheaper than TASS will charge and will this be reliable. Also if I buy will the road side workshops able to replace it.
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Hi All,

RMP meter and speedo meter of my dicor is misbehaving and need replacement. I was looking on the net for after market and found this link:
http://www.99rpm.com/tata/instrument...fari-2008.html

They are quoting 8903 for it. Please tell me is this the reasonable cost , specifically cheaper than TASS will charge and will this be reliable. Also if I buy will the road side workshops able to replace it.
What is the TASS cost for this item?
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I fitted the Engine Noise Shield and the bottom guard (for the gearbox) from Concorde for about Rs.3527/- Not bad considering that this site shows the same price (about Rs.3000/- including the bolts) that I paid in Concorde.

I had lost these underbody shields when I drove over bad roads near Hampi. They must have rusted earlier.

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My friend's 2012 Safari is due for its 40k service.
Last time, he had given it for service at the Begur road concorde for service.
Although there was nothing to dislike about the experience, he was not completely satisfied with them either.
Can anybody let me know of a good service centre for Tata Safari in Bengaluru?

Since more than a few things have to be changed in the 40K service, he wants to get it done in the best possible place.
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What is the TASS cost for this item?
TSK, I have not asked the cost from TASS, will do that today or tomorrow.

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TSK, I have not asked the cost from TASS, will do that today or tomorrow.
You can also check out scrap markets for accidental vehicles.
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My friend's 2012 Safari is due for its 40k service.
Last time, he had given it for service at the Begur road concorde for service.
Although there was nothing to dislike about the experience, he was not completely satisfied with them either.
Can anybody let me know of a good service centre for Tata Safari in Bengaluru?

Since more than a few things have to be changed in the 40K service, he wants to get it done in the best possible place.
I will still rate the Concorde motors experience as the best in Bangalore. at their Begur facility ask for ASAF, their SA and Ganesh their Supervisor to work on your car. They've never failed me of left anything to be desired.

In north bangalore, EMM EMM Motors in horamavu is the best option.
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You can also check out scrap markets for accidental vehicles.
Any idea on specific area I look for this.
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Any idea on specific area I look for this.
Go to Chawri Bazaar metro station(not in your safari, take metro). Get down and ask for Chor bazaar. You will start seeing scrapped vehicles, and burnt down vehicles and stuff. You may need to spend a few hours to find what you need. Take some pictures of your konsole so you find something matching. Remember, it may turn out to be not working.
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