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Old 18th December 2005, 17:25   #1
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Smile ApexI AFC II , OBDII compliant port for Baleno

Guys, got 2 queries ..
[1] need to know if the the Apexi air fuel controller is compatible with our Baleno..
I know it is possible to fit it onto the UK version of Swift but do our Balenos share the same connectors to the ECM...?
the details abt AFC are here ..
http://www.apexi-usa.com/pdf/technic...tation/202.pdf
[2] And more importantly .. is our baleno OBD2 compliant ? and what type of port it has ..

I would have gone ahead and tried to find out for myself but prob is Im not in india so cant get my hands on the Baleno..
I searched a lot on other suzuki forums and tried to search here also but couldn't find out.

Guyz plz point me in the right direction...
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Old 1st January 2006, 21:15   #2
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no...not possible..requires a lot of rewiring and the mapping is tough to sort out..
why do you need it?
what mods you running?
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The latest model UK swift has a 1.5 VVt engine thats different from the indian version, which uses the old Esteem engine.

Indian emission regs follow the European norms, so its Euro III compliant. Not sure if OBD II is required.
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no...not possible..requires a lot of rewiring and the mapping is tough to sort out..
why do you need it?
what mods you running?
Hey Iceman,Long time,huh? We've been missing u.

Can we use a Greddy eManage in the indian swift(esteem engine)???
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yes you can use the e-manage,but need to be sure of the wiring and the map
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Old 7th January 2006, 06:10   #6
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no...not possible..requires a lot of rewiring and the mapping is tough to sort out..
why do you need it?
what mods you running?
I needed to ask abiut the OBD2 becoz I was thinking of buying a laptop based engine scan software.. (the read only type) and it required an Obd2 compliant port.
While searching for above details I saw some other cool stuff from APEXI but all of it required a OBD2 port
.. so thats why I wanted to know ..
anyway thanks ICEMAN91 for replying to my PM..

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