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    #151
    Talagang nakakatakot! 115 kph lang ako dati sa LS pickup ko nun, sa coastal road. Un 160kph kapag nagkabiglaan siguradong todas, lock ang gulong. Pede naman maglagay ng kerosene kahit 10% para bumilis. Hehehe!
    Un mga nakacrosswind na gustong umabot ng 130+ kailangan ubusin nyo talaga ang rpm sa 3rd at 4th gear para walang ganong rpm drop pag ng 5th gear

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    #152
    120 KPH * Star Tollway Batangas

    2000 Isuzu Hi-Lander XTRM

    Slightly loaded with maybe 7-8 people and some baggage. May karga pa ata na 4 na kaban ng bigas... Tagal na kasi nun hehe

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    #153
    xuv 03 M/T
    140 kph star tollway
    d ko na inulit maingay ung huni ng visor parang matatanggal eh.
    ung engine galit na tlga

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    #154
    Me, 120 kph sa SCTEX, Crosswind XTO, M/T. Average ko sa Expressways mga 80-100 kph lang. Dito ko napapansin na pinaka maganda fuel economy nya.

    When I purchased my unit, I know na di naman talaga designed ang diesel engines, esp Isuzu, sa speed, but rather, sa torque..

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    #155
    Quote Originally Posted by timtonymanu View Post
    Me, 120 kph sa SCTEX, Crosswind XTO, M/T. Average ko sa Expressways mga 80-100 kph lang. Dito ko napapansin na pinaka maganda fuel economy nya.

    When I purchased my unit, I know na di naman talaga designed ang diesel engines, esp Isuzu, sa speed, but rather, sa torque..
    That is true. The same exact reason why ISUZU trucks and engines are much preferred specially when used in business or source of living.

    Besides, it's a common fact that best fuel effciency is when the vehicle (regardless whether petrol or diesel-fed) is run between 80-100 kph. So to get more for every liter, run it between those speeds.

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    #156
    170kph 2004 dmax

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    #157
    170 kph. star tollway 5 30 am.. isuzu trooper 2002

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    #158
    2010 spotivo- cruises at a speed of 80 km/h but accelerates slowly up to 100 km/h with 5 passengers onboard going south of negros. i think it could go more than that but i didn't dare because the kids are with me

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    #159
    140 kph, 2001 XT on a 2 km straight stretch nung medyo bago pa unit ko, hindi ko na inulit malakas na ugong ng makina.

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    #160
    Quote Originally Posted by Benzmizer View Post
    That is true. The same exact reason why ISUZU trucks and engines are much preferred specially when used in business or source of living.

    Besides, it's a common fact that best fuel effciency is when the vehicle (regardless whether petrol or diesel-fed) is run between 80-100 kph. So to get more for every liter, run it between those speeds.
    Best fuel mileage attained was 16kms per liter on my 2001 XT (highway * 60-80kph) and 12kms on city driving, and did not changed up to now almost 10 years and the fastest I've reached was 140kph when my unit was still new.

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