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Old 10th March 2017, 19:23   #256
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I require some advice from my fellow bhpians.
I am a 2nd year mechanical engineering student and wish to learn and go deeper into tuning techniques. My main areas of interest are ecu tuning and remap and also mechanical enhancements to the vehicle for enhanced performance. What are some of the formal courses which I can take up? If anyone has information,will the Pete's Tuning Course fulfill my requirements or shall I look for some other course? I kindly request the bhpians who are into this domain to throw some light upon this.

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Old 5th July 2017, 13:19   #257
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May be I should start a new thread but I am finding it tedious to start one.


I was searching for DIY Diesel tuning solutions and kits and I found an India company called Altigreen Propulsion Labs [Altigreen.in]. They are in Bangalore.



They claim to have retrofit kits which can give fuel efficiency of over 25%.


Has anyone tried it or spoken to them.


I am not into Analog technologies since Battery Management and power management is a lot of electronics and Machine learning.


How are these guys doing it. If it is for real, then we can effectively cut back greenhouse gases by that much. Unless I am missing something totally.




Can any person throw light on it.


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Default Hyundai i10 2011 Kappa2 - Free Flow Exhaust - Hyderabad

Hi All,

I own a Hyundai i10 Kappa2 2011 model. Would appreciate if I can get an expert advise on, where can I buy a best quality "Free Flow Exhaust" and get it fitted to my car in Hyderabad.

Requirement: Free Flow Exhaust for Hyundai i10 Kappa2
Brand: Please advise
Store: Where in Hyderabad (Please advise)
Get it Fitted At: Please Advise.

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Would appreciate if I can get an expert advise on, where can I buy a best quality "Free Flow Exhaust" and get it fitted to my car in Hyderabad.
If you ever come to Pune, you can go to International Exhaust Systems

https://www.facebook.com/internationalexhaust/

Check out their FB page for more info.
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Default Advice - Modification Sonata Transform 2010/Esteem MPFI 2001

I would also like to ask advice on the mods I'm about to do on both cars.

The Sonata is running a Dual Channel Race Dynamics Box at 190Bhp... Did the Dyno run with RD about a month ago and they said it's the best Sonata they have come across till date as there was barely any power drop and the engine and car is in pristine condition.

Next is CAI BMC Filter and a Complete SS Header and Exhaust, this is what I need advice on, Met Praveen Kumar of BMC 2 days ago and he briefed me on the Filter, He landed up directing me to Pro Race Customs on Hennur-Baglur road for the Filter installation, it's close to where I stay so landed up speaking to Johnathan who owns the place and while we talked on Filter installation I spoke about the exhaust plans as well, he told me that he's into custom exhausts as well and said he could get the job done.

Before I commit I thought I'd swing the idea here and then take a decision.

The esteem has been a pleasure from Day 1, I've always maintained it stock. But now I'm gearing up to do a stage 1, I'm thinking Headers + Full Exhaust... Filter... Maybe even port and polish. What do you guys think?

Do let me know...

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