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Old 3rd December 2009, 17:08   #61
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^like he said, there isn't a dyno here in b'lore to test the power output. but with that much viagra it should be making 140-150bhp, eh?
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^like he said, there isn't a dyno here in b'lore to test the power output. but with that much viagra it should be making 140-150bhp, eh?
140 bhp ?! I wish!

Let the dyno open up here .. I dont think its going to bee very long from now.
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Old 4th December 2009, 10:56   #63
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that would be an overkill but a 125-130 im sure..
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I'm guessing around the 120 bhp mark ?
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Binz, a few queries, what is the rated capacity of the FMIC (Front mounted intercooler) which you have used for this installation and is there any oil stains near your air cleaner hoses?
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*bump*

Car is going for some painting work tomorrow, should be back be back by Wednesday.

ill put up pictures then
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Old 7th December 2009, 14:24   #67
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A complete color change ? Or something like black hood and all ?
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Old 8th December 2009, 20:19   #68
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One more hot baleno on Tbhp garage list!! Mine still in almost stock spec. Now only if I had not fallen for that green 250cc two wheeler..and the trip to bhutan I have planned for and these fast approaching exams. If wishes were horses, 'I'l have atleast 150 for me, thanks'

Anyways, bad jokes apart, awaiting the pics of the 'visual upgrades'.
Btw, what is the tyre spec you are running?
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Old 8th December 2009, 23:23   #69
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Last I heard/read, he was running Yokohama Advan Neovas.
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He was running 195/60 R14 Ad07s. But then I heard he was selling them. Dont know if he did sell it finally.
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Old 9th December 2009, 03:27   #71
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Hey Binz.. Congrats on the Turbo Setup, I was shopping some stuff online and I noticed some new Turbo kits for $400 to $700 and itís not a complete kit but most of the major stuffs. I think that would have been one of the options if you were able to get them from any visitor from US.

Are you done with the installation? Did you guys rebuild the turbo or swapped with a new one?
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Congrats.Thats a good job done in one shot. Great efforts as well. Hungry to watch the pics. Pls post them.
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Binz,

Any new status updates?
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Turbo kits for $400 to $700 and itís not a complete kit but most of the major stuffs. I think that would have been one of the options if you were able to get them from any visitor from US.
I wouldn't advise that certainly. Those kits will work. but won't last.
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I wouldn't advise that certainly. Those kits will work. but won't last.
Definitely. But these "ebay" kits (that's what they are called) can make good power for cheap. Not something for the long run as these usually have crap manifolds and a lame piggyback/fmu instead of a proper standalone. Par for the price really.
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