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    #4631
    Quote Originally Posted by D3nb3r View Post
    both have no significant difference w/ each other. ginagamit lang yan so you can fit bigger tires. for a 2" body lift a 33" MT tires is the maximum and medyo may slight trimming na yun sa loob depende sa offset nang rims mo. Manolo Santos fabricates lift block+ coil spacers but if you want comfort shackles+coil spacers marami sellers din nag bebenta nyan.


    TSCP fb is a close group. you can still request to join though. Unless meron bago open group sa fb ang tscp.
    Malaki ba yung difference nung lift block sa shackles? Ano po mas ok? And familiar po ba kayo dun s truck shop offroaders? Sa may sampaloc ata yun.. ok po ba dun? O mas ok kay sir manolo?

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    #4632
    Quote Originally Posted by RF02 View Post
    wow very informative sir super thanks sa info po sir atleast ngayon alam ko na ganun talaga mga sasakyan natin, yun kawork ko rin kasi yun monty nila na sabay pag bili ko ng strada may ganun problema din eh lalo na kapag naka todo daw yun aircon sa kanila. sakin naman kapag nag bbrake lang...

    thanks po sir God bless po ^____^
    Sa strada, mas mapapansin naka on ang headlight at aircon, yung blower speed humihina/lumalakas. Sa monty, ilaw pa lan, humihina, lumalakas. I forgot to mention, one of my observations is that sa strada m/t at least, mas mataas ang idling rpm setting 650-700rpm while monty a/t's idling setting is lower 600-650 rpm. Nirequest ko kung pwede nila pataasan ang idling setting sa monty, maski by 50rpm lan, di daw pwede. Yung computer nila has no capability to adjust rpm, factory set daw.

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    #4633
    Quote Originally Posted by Linoleic View Post
    Malaki ba yung difference nung lift block sa shackles? Ano po mas ok? And familiar po ba kayo dun s truck shop offroaders? Sa may sampaloc ata yun.. ok po ba dun? O mas ok kay sir manolo?
    both of them have same purpose, personal preference na lang kung baga. but I like the lift block personally since no moving parts kaya less prone to breakdown(I'm planning to get one soon). Manolo has been fabricating and installing lifts for a long time kaya safe ka dun and kabisado nya rig natin. Di lang lift yung gina gawa nya, he also fabricates steel bumpers, roof rails and rock sliders. Also quick lifts are basic mods only. If you have average DIY skill, you can even install it by your self, provided you have a few mechanical and hydraulic jacks at your disposal

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    #4634
    Quote Originally Posted by D3nb3r View Post
    both of them have same purpose, personal preference na lang kung baga. but I like the lift block personally since no moving parts kaya less prone to breakdown(I'm planning to get one soon). Manolo has been fabricating and installing lifts for a long time kaya safe ka dun and kabisado nya rig natin. Di lang lift yung gina gawa nya, he also fabricates steel bumpers, roof rails and rock sliders. Also quick lifts are basic mods only. If you have average DIY skill, you can even install it by your self, provided you have a few mechanical and hydraulic jacks at your disposal
    sir yung lift block po ba ilan min and max inch pwede? parang gusto ko isunod ito para tumaas taas pa si RF02 ^___^

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    #4635
    Quote Originally Posted by RF02 View Post
    guys question lang kung naexperience nyo rin po ba ito kung normal lang...bale may volt meter gauge po kasi ako, tapos pansin ko pag gabi naka on headlight, aircon etc... tapos kapag traffic pag apak ...ng preno yung reading ng gauge from 13.5 to 14 bumababa ng 12.5 tapos kapag aapak na ako sa accelerator umaakyat ulit sa 13.5.. is this normal po ba?
    Note: di po ako mekaniko, pero sa akin lang, parang normal naman.

    Doesn't the alternator's output voltage vary with engine rpm, to a certain degree? From your observation, the alternator's voltage vary from 12.5V to 14V. It appears that the alternator will still charge the battery since the lowest voltage you monitored was 12.5 (they say batteries are actually rated at 12.4V). Isn't it possible that Mitsubishi's alternator output voltage were allowed by design (ECU controlled regulator?) to vary that much without the prime mover (engine) kicking in to compensate yet? When the demand of the load (power accessories) increases, causing voltage to drop below 12.5V that's when the engine rpm automatically increases to compensate. Perhaps other car brands' voltage regulation have a narrower tolerance.

    When you accelerate from a stop, engine rpm increases and as a consequence, so does alternator output voltage. Di kaya?

    Also it's possible our car's power accessories are simply high powered or less efficient, not to mention incurring power lost in the wiring and diodes.
    Last edited by CtrlAltDel; August 3rd, 2014 at 08:37 PM.

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    #4636
    Quote Originally Posted by RF02 View Post
    sir yung lift block po ba ilan min and max inch pwede? parang gusto ko isunod ito para tumaas taas pa si RF02 ^___^
    You can go up 3" sa body lift. Some use 2" bodylift+2"suspension lift. But be careful, most 4x4 experts do not advice body lifts more than 2" especially on manual 4x4 tranny. The angle of the tailshaft is not as straight as the stock angles anymore and the result is vibration upon take off and too much stress on the center bearing. IMO if you want more than 2" lift, better go w/ the suspension lift rather than a body lift. Mahal nga lang.

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    #4637
    Quote Originally Posted by D3nb3r View Post
    You can go up 3" sa body lift. Some use 2" bodylift+2"suspension lift. But be careful, most 4x4 experts do not advice body lifts more than 2" especially on manual 4x4 tranny. The angle of the tailshaft is not as straight as the stock angles anymore and the result is vibration upon take off and too much stress on the center bearing. IMO if you want more than 2" lift, better go w/ the suspension lift rather than a body lift. Mahal nga lang.
    nasa magkano po kaya 2" lift? pde na ko dun

    yun suspension lift uber taas na hindi na makaakyat si gf T__T

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    #4638
    Quote Originally Posted by RF02 View Post
    nasa magkano po kaya 2" lift? pde na ko dun

    yun suspension lift uber taas na hindi na makaakyat si gf T__T
    meron po 3", 4", 5" and 6" and above na suspension lift. Lift block nasa mga 9-13k ata ang range. last ko inquire kay manolo is 12.5k yung sa kanya.

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    #4639
    Quote Originally Posted by D3nb3r View Post
    both have no significant difference w/ each other. ginagamit lang yan so you can fit bigger tires. for a 2" body lift a 33" MT tires is the maximum and medyo may slight trimming na yun sa loob depende sa offset nang rims mo. Manolo Santos fabricates lift block+ coil spacers but if you want comfort shackles+coil spacers marami sellers din nag bebenta nyan.


    TSCP fb is a close group. you can still request to join though. Unless meron bago open group sa fb ang tscp.
    here is the open group sa FB

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/stradaclub/

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    #4640
    Quote Originally Posted by crypto View Post
    here is the open group sa FB

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/stradaclub/
    Nope, that is a closed group
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