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    #21
    pag nka aircon or a/c on ako of course ta.as idle pero di abot sa 1k. pag makenina lng no aircon baba nman mga 800. weeee

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    #22
    this thread has hall of fame potential :bwahaha:

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by M54 Powered
    this thread has hall of fame potential :bwahaha:
    I agree!

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    #24
    hehe labo no?

    Start kaya akong thread..

    "OK BA?"

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by j_avonni
    These are effects.


    Arithmetically:

    High idling = 1,500 rpm
    (minus) Low idling = 700 rpm
    ---------------
    Difference = 800 rpm
    baka sakaling yan ang gusto nyang malaman hehehe

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    #26
    theveed: ok na ok! eh di tapos agad yung thread...hehehe

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    #27
    o nga no, not a good thread hehe

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    #28
    Guys,
    Let's not assume that everybody posting here knows a lot about cars. Maybe the thread starter heard these terms from a mechanic and is just clarifying the meaning of it. So fire away...

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by afrasay
    Guys,
    Let's not assume that everybody posting here knows a lot about cars. Maybe the thread starter heard these terms from a mechanic and is just clarifying the meaning of it. So fire away...
    me think so...

    lets define muna some terms for the thread starter.

    idling - The practice of keeping a vehicle engine running, without moving the vehicle.

    idle speed (either high or low) - This refers to how fast the engine runs when idling usually measured in RPM (Revolution per Minute).

    hope this helps. ok lang yan, lahat tayo dumaan sa wala talagang alam about cars. Ako rin nung bago d2 sa tsikot di ko rin alam kung ano idling at mga ekek chuva terms about automotive. buti na lang at me tsikot at dami ko talaga natutunan.

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just want to know the difference...