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  1. Join Date
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    #141
    ask ko lang po, ano bang the best oil for a 2007 crosswind? mejo mahal kse yung igmo ng casa e

  2. Join Date
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    #142
    monograde lang ang IGMO. may mga casa na hindi payag magdala ng oil but meron ding pumapayag.... in case pwede magdala ng oil choose a multigrade type (SAE 15-40) i've tried delo gold multigrade, shell's rimula x (black) and helix-diesel, castrol GTD later naging gtx-diesel. now i'm sticking with shell helix-diesel, perfect with petron d-max diesel.

    this link will help.

    http://tsikot.yehey.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16165

  3. FrankDrebin Guest
    #143
    I got a good FC using Mobil Delvac MX(SAE 15/40). Php950 for the 5 liters.

  4. Join Date
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    #144
    Frank, OEM ba air filter mo? nung bumalik ako sa OEM umakyat ng 13.5 kpl ako. Kaya tuwang tuwa ako eh Di ko tuloy matukoy kung dahil sa helix diesel motor oil. dati kasi petron dmax rin naman gamit ko pero replacement air filter at delo gold multigrade naman sa oil pero nasa 12 kpl lang FC….kaya sabi ko ayos ata combination ng helix diesel and d-max or probably dahil sa OEM air filter… what you think???

  5. FrankDrebin Guest
    #145
    Boss XTO. Replacement air filter lang pero every change-oil palit na rin ng fuel at air filters.

  6. Join Date
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    #146
    I dont agree na mas mabilis ang adventure kesa crosswind. I had an adventure before (Gls Sport Diesel), yong power na kayang ibigay ng crosswind ay indi kaya ng adventure. I have a 2008 XUV now and im happy with my ride. Siguro lamang lang tlaga sa hatawan ang adventure dahil na lng siguro sa maliit nya na body. But believe me, hangang 120km/hr pa lng ang ingay na ng engine ang lakas na din pati sa diesel once tumakbo ka na ng ganito. So far hangang 120km/hr patakbo ko sa adventure ko kasi nga maingay na and parang hirap na, nabwisit ako kaya binenta ko, whereas sa xwind ko now, medyo nahihinaan lang ako sa arangkada siguro dahil sa malaking body, pero i can go as fast as 140-150km/hr pag nka bwelo na. pero tinest ko lang naman kung hangang saan kaya ng Xwind after that indi ko na inulit. Indi naman kasi pangarera ang designs nito e, ginawa to para kargahan ng tao at mga bagahe kasi kung speed hinahanap nyo, e di mag ferrari kayo o di kaya evolution X. Yong fuel consumption ko before sa adventure ko nasa 9km/l city out of town trips nasa 10km/l pero pag hinahataw ko nasa 8.5km/l pero sa XUV ko now nasa 12Km/l city 15-18km/l out of town trip lalo pag wala masyado sakay at patay A/C mas lalo tipid.

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    #147
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin View Post
    Boss XTO. Replacement air filter lang pero every change-oil palit na rin ng fuel at air filters.
    frank, nag replacement air filter na rin ako pero yun nga naging mausok at bumaba FC. Pakiramdam ko parang sakal di tulad ng OEM walang usok – napansin ko kasi mas malalaki butas ng OEM at siguro sa type ng papel??? na gamit. yun nga lang medyo lagpas doble ang presyo – kung less than P200 ang replacement nasa P500 naman ang OEM pero okay na rin di naman sing dalas ng oil filter ang palitan....try mo - sa jayson's mas mura. shhhhh

    Sa oil and fuel – replacement lang rin gamit ko Bosch nga lang. less than P200 lang rin each. (oil filter-every oil-change, fuel filter – every year ang palitan)

  8. Join Date
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    #148
    Quote Originally Posted by lastpogi View Post
    I dont agree na mas mabilis ang adventure kesa crosswind. I had an adventure before (Gls Sport Diesel), yong power na kayang ibigay ng crosswind ay indi kaya ng adventure. I have a 2008 XUV now and im happy with my ride. Siguro lamang lang tlaga sa hatawan ang adventure dahil na lng siguro sa maliit nya na body. But believe me, hangang 120km/hr pa lng ang ingay na ng engine ang lakas na din pati sa diesel once tumakbo ka na ng ganito. So far hangang 120km/hr patakbo ko sa adventure ko kasi nga maingay na and parang hirap na, nabwisit ako kaya binenta ko, whereas sa xwind ko now, medyo nahihinaan lang ako sa arangkada siguro dahil sa malaking body, pero i can go as fast as 140-150km/hr pag nka bwelo na. pero tinest ko lang naman kung hangang saan kaya ng Xwind after that indi ko na inulit. Indi naman kasi pangarera ang designs nito e, ginawa to para kargahan ng tao at mga bagahe kasi kung speed hinahanap nyo, e di mag ferrari kayo o di kaya evolution X. Yong fuel consumption ko before sa adventure ko nasa 9km/l city out of town trips nasa 10km/l pero pag hinahataw ko nasa 8.5km/l pero sa XUV ko now nasa 12Km/l city 15-18km/l out of town trip lalo pag wala masyado sakay at patay A/C mas lalo tipid.
    The new Crosswinds all have turbochargers, which gives them decent pep. The old, non-turbo Crosswinds were slow as sin. Tamaraws used to whizz by me on the NLEX.

    Although... even some models of turbo crosswind were kind of slow... My uncle has a 2003 XUV AT, and it's very slow compared to our 99' XTO AT... both turbo.

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  9. Join Date
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    #149
    guys hingi lang sana ako advise from you...Has anyone of you there had an experience of converting the jam seat into a third row sit facing front of an XUV? Im Planning kasi to convert my XUV into a third row option just like the sportivo. Lahat kasing XUV comes with a jam sit option only. Do you think this is good thing to do to my XUV? is it a good decision? Hindi ko naman kasi kailangan masyado madaming kargamento...If ever i will convert it, may pagkakaiba ba sa leg room ng original third row sit sportivo and yong kinonvert lang? I already ask sa dealer ko, and they were charging us 13k for converting it.

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    #150
    Best if you sit in a Sportivo with the front-facing third row first and see if you like it or not. I hate front-facing third rows on Crosswinds, because there's no legroom. At least sa side-facing jump seats, you can stretch if you need to.

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