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Old 21st November 2005, 04:16   #16
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Since you're in Bangalore, go for Shell, eyes closed. I know quite a few BHPians who swear by it!
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Old 10th January 2006, 19:50   #17
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Do we have many Shell outlets here in Bangalore!!
is that the better choice for Palio 1.9D??
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Old 24th April 2006, 01:26   #18
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Hey Guys,
there are about 6 outlets of Shell in Bangalore and I have heard that the new one is opening at Old Madras Raod soon.
Have a look at the following link for existing 6 outlets in Bangalore; I have been to the one at Vittal Malaya Road today and it feels good.
let me see if I feel any noticiable diff compared to HP Turbojet.
I'm not sure about the sulpher content or the cetane value for this diesel but they told me that this is high speed diesel.
There is one on Hosur Road as well and that is 10KMs from silk board junction.

You can have a look at the following location for all six locations.
http://www.shell.com/home/Framework?...ator_0504.html
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Fiats idle at 800rpm with out AC and 860 rpm with AC, after warm up. This is set by ECU not by a screw!

If you drive at very low rpms, any engine is bound to knock..there isn't ecu can do about it, as the air available will be very less, (closing the throttle)

While driving slow, raise the engine a bit, say 1500 and use clutch judiciously
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