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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Pwedeng non-premium basta pag-labas sa CASA i-mod mo agad ...

    1.) Shoes
    2.) Siddy's engine mods
    3.) ICE

    btw stance hehe

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    Anong FC mo sa FD, brader?

    Ako huli kong top-up 9km/L .... 60% City 30% Highway ............ 10% Idle

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    #12
    di ako masyado ma-mods, baka at most leather seats lang kung yung non-premium yung kukunin. kung mags, mas papalitan ko yung sa tucson, if ever. hehe

    medyo masama yung FC ko sa FD, nasa 6-7 or 7-8 km/l lang. siguro kasi automatic yung FD namin and medyo happy foot ako pag yun yung dala. hehe. rarely umaabot sa 300km ang isang full tank, usually nasa mga 280-290 kms lang.


    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Pwedeng non-premium basta pag-labas sa CASA i-mod mo agad ...

    1.) Shoes
    2.) Siddy's engine mods
    3.) ICE

    btw stance hehe

    ---

    Anong FC mo sa FD, brader?

    Ako huli kong top-up 9km/L .... 60% City 30% Highway ............ 10% Idle

  3. Join Date
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    #13
    sonata sir sulit ung premium variant

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    #14
    I think the best gauge for the Sonata's FC (if you ever get one) is to test your Tucson's fuel consumption. Since I don't know your driving habits, I think this is a safe bet on the relative range of your Sonata's FC.

    But beware, the first time you'll top up you'll see a massive fuel bill. Why? Ang laki kasi ng gas tank ng Sonata. The Tucson has around 15 gallons but Sonata has 18.5 or around 20% bigger fuel tanks. Heck, I recently topped up my Sonata with a 2/10 fuel bar gauge with 500pesos and it didn't move. Akala ko nasira fuel sensor ko but I later shrugged that motion off since I saw my "distance before empty" increase. As a relative metric, 1000pesos would give me a 2-3 bar increase. Personal experience..... mabilis maubos yun first-half of the fuel gauge (kung full tank ka), but the next half takes longer. Ewan ko nalang how they programmed the sensor... You could say 65% of the fuel is at the bottom half while 35% sa top half.

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    #15
    Kalalabasan niyan halos pareho lang.

    The Tucson has smaller engine, possible na mas mabigat din kasi CUV.

  6. Join Date
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    #16
    okay. yeah i think this should be a pretty good gauge. actually, di ko alam kung nagiiba talaga yung driving habits ko pag yung tucson, pero more or less same range lang siya sa FD. baka mas bine-baby ko pa yung tucson. hehe

    we're leaning more towards the non-premium sonata as a compromise between the two choices. medyo super flashy yung premium, don't want to attract too much attention for now. hehe

    Quote Originally Posted by jhnkvn View Post
    I think the best gauge for the Sonata's FC (if you ever get one) is to test your Tucson's fuel consumption. Since I don't know your driving habits, I think this is a safe bet on the relative range of your Sonata's FC.

    But beware, the first time you'll top up you'll see a massive fuel bill. Why? Ang laki kasi ng gas tank ng Sonata. The Tucson has around 15 gallons but Sonata has 18.5 or around 20% bigger fuel tanks. Heck, I recently topped up my Sonata with a 2/10 fuel bar gauge with 500pesos and it didn't move. Akala ko nasira fuel sensor ko but I later shrugged that motion off since I saw my "distance before empty" increase. As a relative metric, 1000pesos would give me a 2-3 bar increase. Personal experience..... mabilis maubos yun first-half of the fuel gauge (kung full tank ka), but the next half takes longer. Ewan ko nalang how they programmed the sensor... You could say 65% of the fuel is at the bottom half while 35% sa top half.

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