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    #21
    any comment re khaos? to be installed to honda civic 2004? does it really help?will it void car warranty? - muttbear*hotmail.com

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by jamesvhong
    Bro sorry to dissapoint you, but piccanto, i've seen one of the brochere of picanto it ses 2+km per lit. but in reality average consumption of picanto is 14 to 15km per lit. still not bad, but there is 7 to 10KM that was missing to their add.
    The 26 km/L claim is a straight dyno test (i.e., no aircon, constant 60 km/h speed, no air resistance). However I in my experience I have achieved 20 km/L mileage on my M/T Picanto, highway speed (75-80 km/h) with the aircon on, going from Alabang to Tagaytay and back with 3 people on board. Not bad at all!

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by muttbear
    any comment re khaos? to be installed to honda civic 2004? does it really help?will it void car warranty? - muttbear*hotmail.com

    suggested reading:

    http://tsikot.yehey.com/forums/showt...0&page=1&pp=20

    if you are too lazy to read what is already on the forums, I guess spending P6500 is much much easier...

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by bon
    The 26 km/L claim is a straight dyno test (i.e., no aircon, constant 60 km/h speed, no air resistance). However I in my experience I have achieved 20 km/L mileage on my M/T Picanto, highway speed (75-80 km/h) with the aircon on, going from Alabang to Tagaytay and back with 3 people on board. Not bad at all!
    agree with you sir! im getting 18km/l on my picanto as well.

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