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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Another thing bro, FMC cars seem to always have the niggles sorted out a year or two after the first units roll out. Ok na di muna kumuha ng Sorento.

    Lakas ng bagong 2.8 ng Fort. I bet it is fun on the highway.
    hindi ko pa rin nasusubukan ang full power niya sa open highway (home quarantine pa rin kasi). sabi ng mga anak ko, ang old TBZ namin ay mas malakas pa rin daw ang arangkada but incomparable pag NVH ang usapan.

    mukhang kukuha rin siguro ako ng outgoing Sorento model or used na carnival dahil nabenta rin pala ni wifey yung 2010 civic namin recently.
    mahirap dito sa amin (San Fernando at Naguilian LU - meron ng coding bwahahaha)

    meron akong patitignan sa aking pinsan na based sa manila kung okay itong isang 2016 carnival prestige sa autocamp

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Test mo sa TPLEX or kung sa SCTEX, doon sa papunta Subic. I would think the new Fort can go that speed (180 kmh) but pushing to 200 may be a stretch.

    Yung mga older Fort, medyo bitin eh. I once passed a speeding Fort and Innova (older models) in SCTEX. They were slugging it out around 140 to 150 kmh. I guess they were surprised to see a small hatchback (Fiesta) breezed past them with ease at around 160kmh.


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    yung 2.4 ng fortuner malakas na eh.. paano pa yung 2.8 hehe was able to accelerate our fort to 160kph at cavitex.. from coastal mall up to the flyover.. shifting past 4k rpm

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    #23
    when tire pressure was adjusted from 42 psi to 29 psi (manual recommended), ride comfort is much better.

    ewan ko bakit ang baba ang recommended tire pressure nya coz even our former civic is set at 32 psi only.

    against the TBZ, mas smooth ang launch/acceleration nitong Fort na ito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    when tire pressure was adjusted from 42 psi to 29 psi (manual recommended), ride comfort is much better.

    ewan ko bakit ang baba ang recommended tire pressure nya coz even our former civic is set at 32 psi only.

    against the TBZ, mas smooth ang launch/acceleration nitong Fort na ito.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    bro, isama si bro CVT pag nagawi ka dito sa norte
    Bro.,- typical iyang 29/30PSI (front tyres) sa mga SUV... Dahil malaki ang mga gulong [?]...

    Now I am confused bro,- you are still buying the Kia, right?

    BB Gang - biyahe na sa norte to EB bro.GA! Yeah!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    when tire pressure was adjusted from 42 psi to 29 psi (manual recommended), ride comfort is much better.

    ewan ko bakit ang baba ang recommended tire pressure nya coz even our former civic is set at 32 psi only.

    against the TBZ, mas smooth ang launch/acceleration nitong Fort na ito.
    Maybe itís how the tires are meant to be. Di nga ako naglalagay ng past 36 psi sa FXT ko eh. Matalbog na. Tire pressure and temperature goes up when running at high speeds.

    Maybe the acceleration is smoother due to the tuning of the tranny.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post




    Bro.,- typical iyang 29/30PSI (front tyres) sa mga SUV... Dahil malaki ang mga gulong [?]...

    Now I am confused bro,- you are still buying the Kia, right?

    BB Gang - biyahe na sa norte to EB bro.GA! Yeah!!!
    yung TBZ namin noon kasi ay 35 psi ang TP.

    tama bro, nabenta pala ni misis yung civic at sinoli nya yung SG na 2nd hand. bale 2nd car namin kasi meron ng coding dito sa SFC at Naguilian LU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    yung TBZ namin noon kasi ay 35 psi ang TP.

    tama bro, nabenta pala ni misis yung civic at sinoli nya yung SG na 2nd hand. bale 2nd car namin kasi meron ng coding dito sa SFC at Naguilian LU.
    OT: color coding has been suspended for both San Fernando and Naguilian LU before the delivery of our Kia GC haha.

    tp of GC is set at 35 psi.

    BTT: the cornering of this car is way much better than my previous TBZ. body sway is not noticeable.

    mas upscale ang interior ni Fortuner Q kesa kay LX Carnival. feeling ko almost at par ang power ni Fort Q kay GC pero slight lang lamang ni Fortuner.

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    #28
    Hello, can anyone confirm if may tpms ang mga higher end variants ng updated forty? Sry tamad ako mag backread lol. Tia

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTcervan View Post
    Hello, can anyone confirm if may tpms ang mga higher end variants ng updated forty? Sry tamad ako mag backread lol. Tia
    sa Q variant ay wala sya... dunno sa LTD variant

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    will try the performance of this fortuner going to Manila this coming jan 26.

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