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  1. Join Date
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    #21
    * oj, re: silicone hose replacement - we need a reducer type of hose, 3" dia on filter side, 2 or 2-1/2 at the turbo side. meron ba nito?

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by cydepx44 View Post
    * oj, re: silicone hose replacement - we need a reducer type of hose, 3" dia on filter side, 2 or 2-1/2 at the turbo side. meron ba nito?
    Il Ask, ang available sizs are 3" &2 1/2" and 2" so anything in between wont be a problem diba?also they have reducers sold for 1500 per piece also elbow 90 deg., The clamp we have can be used sa replacement hose. how long nga pala yung hose pedic?

    http://www.speedlab.com.ph/siliconhoses.php

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by lourdjay View Post
    hi, been backreading through this forum for a while, really learned a lot, im getting my new nav next week, a 4x2 a/t crimson red. cant wait to get my hands on the wheel, any advice on what to expect, can i join the NCP, im from cagayan de oro, hope we also have some members here.

    more power to NCP.
    Hi SIr,
    Congratulations on your New Truck, Im sure you have sleepless nights waiting for your new truck, its worth the wait sir, Im sure you will be very happy on your choice , we have Members from CDO ,Butuan,Zamboanga ,Davao, Aklan,Pagadian

    you are most welcome to join the Club sir, visit this link for membership details sir, thanks
    navaraclubph.co.nr

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    #24
    **PRINT AND KEEP A COPY IN YOUR CAR**

    1.No window hours: Makati , Malabon and Las Piñas. Number Coding is in effect from 7am to 7pm!

    2.No number coding: Taguig, Marikina and Parañaque . So, feel free to roam around these cities anytime.

    3.Pasig City has window hours of 9am to 4pm (note the 1 hour additional to the normal 10-3pm window).

    4.San Juan has window hours now according to MMDA website.

    5.Pasay City is implementing Number Coding except on the following roads:

    o Ninoy Aquino Avenue,

    o MIA Road,

    o Domestic Road,

    o Portions of Airport Road,

    o Sales Road,

    o Tramo.

    6.EDSA, C5, Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Avenue , Roxas Blvd. ( Pasay ) have window hours regardless of the city (meaning one can drive via EDSA in Makati any day).

    7.For the rest of Metro Manila:

    o Kalookan,

    o Mandaluyong,

    o Manila,

    o Muntinlupa,

    o Navotas,

    o parts of Pasay,

    o Pateros,

    o Quezon City,

    o Taguig, and

    o Valenzuela

    Number coding is in effect (window hours of 10am-3pm is also observed).


    TOOLS AGAINST MMDA OFFICERS

    I just reached my limit last weekend, and decided to take action against the abusive MMDA enforcers. I basically called up the MMDA head office and inquired from the Personnel Officer, Antonio Pagulayan, to clarify their policies. Here is what I got.

    If any of these abuses seem familiar to you, Mr. Antonio Pagulayan
    (Personnel Officer) has asked that you call either the MMDA hotline (136) or call the METRO BASE at 0920 9389861 or 0920 9389875 and ask for an inspectorate. They will send inspectors to the place where these MMDA officers are extorting, even while you are arguing out of your apprehension.

    1.MMDA officers are not allowed to group together in order to apprehend. They are not even allowed to stand together in groups of two or more. The only time they are allowed to work together is for special operations (probably when they apprehend groups of buses for smoke belching).

    2.Swerving IS NOT a traffic violation. Moving one lane to the left or right is not swerving, no matter where on the road you do it. And it is even less of a violation when you do it with a signal. Swerving is defined as shifting two or more lanes very quickly. So you can argue your way out of this, and call the Metro Base for help.

    3.Sadly, using the yellow lane is a traffic violation and will get you a ticket. However, buses are really not allowed to go out of the yellow lane, so if you see selective apprehension of private cars only, you may complain.

    4.MMDA has confirmed that your license MAY NOT BE CONFISCATED at a traffic apprehension. The only time they can do so is if you are part of an accident, or it is your third violation and you have not settled your fines yet. They are only allowed to give you a ticket, which you can contest. He recommends actually receiving the ticket in some instances, so that you can report the officer who did it.

    5.Also, you are free to ask any of these officers for their "mission

    6.order", which is written by their supervisor. If they apprehend you for a violation that is not in their mission order for the day, you can report them and they will receive disciplinary action.

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by OJ213 View Post
    **PRINT AND KEEP A COPY IN YOUR CAR**

    1.No window hours: Makati , Malabon and Las Piñas. Number Coding is in effect from 7am to 7pm!

    2.No number coding: Taguig, Marikina and Parañaque . So, feel free to roam around these cities anytime.

    3.Pasig City has window hours of 9am to 4pm (note the 1 hour additional to the normal 10-3pm window).

    4.San Juan has window hours now according to MMDA website.

    5.Pasay City is implementing Number Coding except on the following roads:

    o Ninoy Aquino Avenue,

    o MIA Road,

    o Domestic Road,

    o Portions of Airport Road,

    o Sales Road,

    o Tramo.

    6.EDSA, C5, Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Avenue , Roxas Blvd. ( Pasay ) have window hours regardless of the city (meaning one can drive via EDSA in Makati any day).

    7.For the rest of Metro Manila:

    o Kalookan,

    o Mandaluyong,

    o Manila,

    o Muntinlupa,

    o Navotas,

    o parts of Pasay,

    o Pateros,

    o Quezon City,

    o Taguig, and

    o Valenzuela

    Number coding is in effect (window hours of 10am-3pm is also observed).


    TOOLS AGAINST MMDA OFFICERS

    I just reached my limit last weekend, and decided to take action against the abusive MMDA enforcers. I basically called up the MMDA head office and inquired from the Personnel Officer, Antonio Pagulayan, to clarify their policies. Here is what I got.

    If any of these abuses seem familiar to you, Mr. Antonio Pagulayan
    (Personnel Officer) has asked that you call either the MMDA hotline (136) or call the METRO BASE at 0920 9389861 or 0920 9389875 and ask for an inspectorate. They will send inspectors to the place where these MMDA officers are extorting, even while you are arguing out of your apprehension.

    1.MMDA officers are not allowed to group together in order to apprehend. They are not even allowed to stand together in groups of two or more. The only time they are allowed to work together is for special operations (probably when they apprehend groups of buses for smoke belching).

    2.Swerving IS NOT a traffic violation. Moving one lane to the left or right is not swerving, no matter where on the road you do it. And it is even less of a violation when you do it with a signal. Swerving is defined as shifting two or more lanes very quickly. So you can argue your way out of this, and call the Metro Base for help.

    3.Sadly, using the yellow lane is a traffic violation and will get you a ticket. However, buses are really not allowed to go out of the yellow lane, so if you see selective apprehension of private cars only, you may complain.

    4.MMDA has confirmed that your license MAY NOT BE CONFISCATED at a traffic apprehension. The only time they can do so is if you are part of an accident, or it is your third violation and you have not settled your fines yet. They are only allowed to give you a ticket, which you can contest. He recommends actually receiving the ticket in some instances, so that you can report the officer who did it.

    5.Also, you are free to ask any of these officers for their "mission

    6.order", which is written by their supervisor. If they apprehend you for a violation that is not in their mission order for the day, you can report them and they will receive disciplinary action.


    sir OJ...do we have memo or official link regarding this policy from MMDA website? So I can print this with the authorized official signed this policy...para walang makaporma MMDA...kapag nakipag-argue tayo....TIA

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by glennhmd View Post
    in general, light colored cars (including silver/platinum silver) would look good having dark tints. they say dont use mirrorized/reflective tints on silver cars.

    while dark cars can benefit from the mirrorized tints.

    here's my ride:

    * sir franster.... more choices on tint...

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by glennhmd View Post
    in general, light colored cars (including silver/platinum silver) would look good having dark tints. they say dont use mirrorized/reflective tints on silver cars.

    while dark cars can benefit from the mirrorized tints.

    here's my ride:


    Quote Originally Posted by ryan824 View Post
    * sir franster.... more choices on tint...
    thank you very much for the sample pics of both in dark and mirror-like tints!

    now I know what i want.

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    #28
    Do the dash speakers on your navaras functioning? I just noticed mine not working. Is supposed to sound, right? I already checked its settings like balance and fader on its Head Unit(still stock)

    Just compared it with my friends navara and i can hear his dash speakers sound!

    Should I bother on letting it be checked/fixed or maybe im just not hearing its sound?

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    #29
    Txt me at 0917 899 26 31 for those interested:



    Price: Php18,000.00
    Pick up - Paranaque
    Discount of 11% to Ncp members.

    Installation to be done at Ride4x4 in Banawe with fee of Php 3,500.

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    #30
    ^nice upgrade, xtra pogi pts

    Q:
    - may required registration ba sa LTO as top load accessory?
    - bale 4x4 = 16 butas sa bubong (ouch)?? Self tapping screws or may nut sa inside part ng roof(baklas rofflining)?
    - yan ba yung OEM sa D40? Ive read kasi somewhere swak din yung sa D22 may konting adjustment lang.
    - hindi ba sisipol yang crossbar kung tatakbo ang nav ng 150-200kph?

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