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Old 22nd June 2010, 17:49   #181
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Almost 2 weeks with no update on my thread ! Well, things are going fine with my figo, the FE definitely seem to have improved after 1st service

After the initial calculation based on DTE figures which indicated nearly 16 KMPL, I did a tank to tank calculation. It gave me 16.21 KMPL to be precise. so I extrapolate that I will get 17 - 18 on highways

Both front mud flaps were broken and dealers provide only a set of 4 for Rs 500+ which is a waste for me. Also, I was not keen to get that hard plastic ones for front mud flaps, it won't last long. So I bought a pair of flexible type (SPARCO) for front and that's good enough. Happened to meet another Figo TDCi owner when I was at the shop to fix mud flaps. He too bought from Lathangi recently, just crossed 1000 KM. He claims to get around 17 KMPL ! That's too good in Bangalore traffic, I must say.
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Old 22nd June 2010, 17:57   #182
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More and more happy Figo customers. Go Figo Go!!
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Old 23rd June 2010, 09:31   #183
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Lucky you. Mine is still the same 13 in city!!
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Hi Revy, Did you face any problems in fixing the Sparco Mudflaps? A couple of FNGs that I visited with the Sparco stuff said that its very difficult to fit these in Figo due to the design of the wheel arches. Any suggestions?
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shubhu - sorry for the delayed response...I did not have any issues in fitting the Sparco mudflaps. I did it almost 4 years back and it is still going good. It was done at a car accessories shop on Sarjapur Road, Bangalore. They had to do some drilling to fix this, it was over in 15 minutes overall.
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Hi Revyy, Thanks for the update. I will try and get it done as well. Got tired of the broken mudflaps, though, the problem is reduced a bit after upgrading to the 185/65 14 tyres.
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