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    #1951
    Hi guys,

    I'm going to Baguio next week. Any recommended preparations for my Altis po (2012 1.6G MT)?

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    #1952
    Well... Just check if your gas is full heheh

    Seriously though, aside from checking the usual (tires, fluids such as coolant, windshield washer reservoir etc.) it's just ride and drive. Your car is new, nothing to worry about

    Sent from my GT-P7310 using Tapatalk 2

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    #1953
    Quote Originally Posted by kiamoyman View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm going to Baguio next week. Any recommended preparations for my Altis po (2012 1.6G MT)?
    Don't forget to bring your tools and a flash light, I always do when having a long drive.

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    #1954
    Quote Originally Posted by kiamoyman View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm going to Baguio next week. Any recommended preparations for my Altis po (2012 1.6G MT)?

    lots of big potholes along the highway in pangasinan. if you're riding on low profile tires, i suggest you use your stock mags

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    #1955
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    I've never been a Shell fan for some reason. I use Petron XCS though (getting 10km/L++ average but i have a manual transmission). I'm pondering on trying Total Protec as it's been running better on our old Sentra as compared to XCS.
    try using caltex gold w/techron the change in RON from 93 to 91 is a gov't mandate. its part of the biofuels act / clean air act etc. The minimum RON rating fuel for the altis is 91. The RBOB used for a 91fuel is just 88 its just reaches 91 due to additives and the ethanol content (that bumps up the RON rating)

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    #1956
    Quote Originally Posted by kiamoyman View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm going to Baguio next week. Any recommended preparations for my Altis po (2012 1.6G MT)?
    Agree w Renzo. Not much to check if your ride is serviced regularly. Check your air pressure and your spare tire as well. Better to run a little more (33-35psi cold). This helps protect the tyre a little more against errant potholes too.

    If youre loaded up, ingat din sa sayad ng nguso at tailpipe.

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    #1957
    Quote Originally Posted by kinse View Post
    try using caltex gold w/techron the change in RON from 93 to 91 is a gov't mandate. its part of the biofuels act / clean air act etc. The minimum RON rating fuel for the altis is 91. The RBOB used for a 91fuel is just 88 its just reaches 91 due to additives and the ethanol content (that bumps up the RON rating)
    Haha. Love your own pards. Havent tried Caltex fuel in a long time after nabwiset ako dun sa HSBC promo. But heck, we love Caltex Delo Gold on these boards.

    With 95octane i still get the occassional tope on the Altis. It's a Corolla thing it seems. Pati yung Lumang Altis, ganun din unless i go 100octane.

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    #1958
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    Haha. Love your own pards. Havent tried Caltex fuel in a long time after nabwiset ako dun sa HSBC promo. But heck, we love Caltex Delo Gold on these boards.

    With 95octane i still get the occassional tope on the Altis. It's a Corolla thing it seems. Pati yung Lumang Altis, ganun din unless i go 100octane.
    OT: Anong bad experience mo sa HSBC? We used to abuse those Starbucks slips :O

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    #1959
    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    Agree w Renzo. Not much to check if your ride is serviced regularly. Check your air pressure and your spare tire as well. Better to run a little more (33-35psi cold). This helps protect the tyre a little more against errant potholes too.

    If youre loaded up, ingat din sa sayad ng nguso at tailpipe.
    I just found out na casa inflated my tires from 30 to 33. Kaya pala it runs better. Pero nakaindicate sa car 30. Can I make it 33 instead? Is it bad for the tires?







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    #1960
    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post
    I just found out na casa inflated my tires from 30 to 33. Kaya pala it runs better. Pero nakaindicate sa car 30. Can I make it 33 instead? Is it bad for the tires?







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    No. Pwede yan.

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