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  1. Join Date
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    #771
    KONI & KYB... How are they? And how much do they cost each? How many do I need for the Jazz?
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    #772
    [quote=Mguy;988543][QUOTE=baludoy;988365]i've noticed that too. it seems like there's a slight millisecond hesitation when accelerating from a dead stop. but once it goes though, response is very quick

    To reduce this, I put it in sports mode and then the 7 speed mode then first gear. agad ang acceleration.
    I think dapat mong subukan ng Sports mode or the Manual Mode.

  3. Join Date
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    #773
    Quote Originally Posted by Type 100 View Post
    I drive a 2005 GD1 Honda Jazz 1.3S with the manual gearbox.

    It's actually surprising how this car generates its max torque from very low RPM---this should silence Honda haters that say their engines don't make any torque. As such it's a very good car for twisty roads, matched to a firm stock suspension.

    The twin-spark Jazz suffers when going faster than 120 km/h though. Not only does its 82HP become insufficient for very high speeds, it also gets a lot thirstier. For this kind of running the VTEC Jazz will suit you better.

    Best fuel economy I got was achieved with a drive from C5 to Baliwag, Bulacan, then back. The Jazz hummed along the NLEX at 100 km/h, overtook a lot of cars going to Baliwag town proper, then overtook more cars on NLEX southbound at 120 km/h.

    I made 28.024 km/L!
    Hi I just came across this post and wow nakakabilib naman jazz mo imagine 28.024km/l is this really true? or maybe baka 18km/l lang ito. How about some of the honda jazz owners ganito rin ba fuel consumption ng jazz nyo?

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    #774
    It's no joke. I couldn't believe it myself.

    Bear in mind that this was an extra-urban highway drive along NLEX going to Baliwag, where there aren't too many hills. In my normal city driving I make 11-13 km/L, which is still pretty decent.

    When I drove to Subic in April 2007 I made 17 km/L. That was fully laden and going through a fair number of uphill sections.

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    #775
    I've done 15 km/l, flogging the 1.5 hard in Tagaytay. A former clubmate with the 1.5 did 160 km/h going to BRC, a zillion laps of the BRC, and 140 km/h going back to Manila... he did 14 km/l.

    And, on one Eco-run, we did 23 km/l in the 1.3 CVT.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  6. Join Date
    Aug 2005
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    #776
    My battery just died out on me this afternoon! CRAP!!! Thank God for Motolite Battery Delivery..

    DO I REALLY HAVE TO RESET MY CVT Transmition??

    Howcome i don't feel that "shift-jerk" or "kadyot" feeling that most jazz owners talk about after replacing the battery of their CVT jazz?

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    #777
    question lang...

    ano ba yung blue color ng jazz? is it vivid blue or vivid blue pearl... or pareho lang yun? what brand is it?

    what would be the equivalent color with dupont or anzhal?

    thanks

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    #778
    that's vivid blue pearl--

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    #779
    Gusto ko yang color na yan!
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    #780
    thanks sa clarification.

    would the brand be nippon?

    ano po equivalent ng dupont or anzhal?

    thanks again

    Quote Originally Posted by av427 View Post
    that's vivid blue pearl--

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