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    #1291
    Quote Originally Posted by jvnj View Post
    Sir Revo SR with 7K engine po ba? If yes, in heavy traffic, expect 4 to 5 km/li sya, swerte na maka 6 or 7. Sa highway mga 9 to 11 km/li naman. Ive had the manual version before, konti lang tinipid sa automatic, yes malakas talaga sa gasolina. Consolation mo na lang is napakatibay nya na sasakyan, be it suspension, body and engine, wala ka masabi sa tibay. Maintenance, wala din problem, ang daming pyesa at kabisado ng lahat ng mekaniko. Fuel consumption lang talaga.
    7K engine sir
    pero ok pa talaga unit

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    #1292
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Umaabot din pala ng 4-5 yung 1.8? Akala ko yung 2.0 lang yung ganon. Naalala ko nasa ganon ang 2.3 Mazda Tribute namin dati.

    Agree sa tibay. Ang 2001 Revo diesel namin dati na nasa kamag anak namin ngayon, sa pagkakaalam ko wala pang napapaltan na suspension parts. So lahat ng suspension arms, shocks, molye... From the factory pa lahat. Rack end at ball joints lang ever since. Kahit sakyan ng lagpas 10 katao hinding hindi sya luluhod. Ang aircon basta well maintained, ubod ng lamig. Sa preno ako mas nagkaproblema, at napaltan kona ang front rotors, brake master at LSPV.

    Kung masakit talaga sa bulsa yung takaw, siguro convert to LPG nalang? Mas mura kesa sa krudo, baka maabutan pa ang fuel cost ng diesel variant.

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    Di pa namon na try masyado dito sa Manila, Sir kaya di ko pa alam magkano FC . If convert to LPG di ba delikado knowing na masyado mainit sa Pinas? Lalo na ang parking namin walang bubong. Magkano kaya abutin if convert to LPG?
    Buti na lang gamit lang namin pang negosyo. Pag pasok sa trabaho, jeep lang hehe.

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    #1293
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    Di pa namon na try masyado dito sa Manila, Sir kaya di ko pa alam magkano FC . If convert to LPG di ba delikado knowing na masyado mainit sa Pinas? Lalo na ang parking namin walang bubong. Magkano kaya abutin if convert to LPG?
    Buti na lang gamit lang namin pang negosyo. Pag pasok sa trabaho, jeep lang hehe.
    Not very knowledgable with LPG conversions since diesel yung sa amin. But auto LPG conversion is not a new technology, and there are already lots of cars in the country that have gone the LPG route, Revo's included. As with any object you buy, quality varies depending on brand and price point. So don't cheap out if you decide to spring for an LPG kit.

    Search for the auto LPG conversion thread here if you want to learn more.

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    #1294
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Not very knowledgable with LPG conversions since diesel yung sa amin. But auto LPG conversion is not a new technology, and there are already lots of cars in the country that have gone the LPG route, Revo's included. As with any object you buy, quality varies depending on brand and price point. So don't cheap out if you decide to spring for an LPG kit.

    Search for the auto LPG conversion thread here if you want to learn more.

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    Tnx, Sir. Kunsabagay madami na taxis na converted to LPG.

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    #1295
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    7K engine sir
    pero ok pa talaga unit
    To attain its most efficient operation, here are some simple tips based on experience:
    1. On a stop and go traffic, stay light on the gas pedal. Wag ka pabigla-bigla sa piga, though it will be a bit sluggish, hayyan mo lang kusang umarangkada. Do this if you want to save more on fuel. Press harder if you want speed
    2. On highway runs, maintain a speed of 70 to 80 kph. Wag ka lumampas dun, mas matakaw sya pagdating ng 85 pataas. Be light on the pedal also
    3. Regular maintenance (Oil, Filters (Fuel, Oil and Air))
    4. Inflate your tire at least 30 to 32 psi. Its a compromise between comfort and bouncy ride. Below 28 psi will affect your efficiency
    5. Make sure your wheels are balanced and aligned
    6. Set your AC to "comfort cool" not in the coolest setting
    7. Remove unnecessary things inside your car (guilty ako dito ) to reduce weight
    8. If you have a roof rack (and other non essential air dragging accessories) and don't intend to use it, then remove it. It causes drag and add to fuel consumption. Good aero = efficiency
    It is an old vehicle with a old engine design, can't be that efficient. But hey, its a tough car! and it wont give you headache and its pretty reliable if you give it your TLC.
    Cheers!

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    #1296
    Quote Originally Posted by jvnj View Post
    To attain its most efficient operation, here are some simple tips based on experience:
    1. On a stop and go traffic, stay light on the gas pedal. Wag ka pabigla-bigla sa piga, though it will be a bit sluggish, hayyan mo lang kusang umarangkada. Do this if you want to save more on fuel. Press harder if you want speed
    2. On highway runs, maintain a speed of 70 to 80 kph. Wag ka lumampas dun, mas matakaw sya pagdating ng 85 pataas. Be light on the pedal also
    3. Regular maintenance (Oil, Filters (Fuel, Oil and Air))
    4. Inflate your tire at least 30 to 32 psi. Its a compromise between comfort and bouncy ride. Below 28 psi will affect your efficiency
    5. Make sure your wheels are balanced and aligned
    6. Set your AC to "comfort cool" not in the coolest setting
    7. Remove unnecessary things inside your car (guilty ako dito ) to reduce weight
    8. If you have a roof rack (and other non essential air dragging accessories) and don't intend to use it, then remove it. It causes drag and add to fuel consumption. Good aero = efficiency
    It is an old vehicle with a old engine design, can't be that efficient. But hey, its a tough car! and it wont give you headache and its pretty reliable if you give it your TLC.
    Cheers!
    Thank you, Sir!
    Btw, would it help if magkakabit ng fuel saving device?

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    #1297
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    Hi, newbie here so please bear with me.
    Ask ko lang if OK ba nabili namin na 2004 Revo SR AT. 220k, with 179k odo?
    FC nito? last wk lang nabili, di pa masyado namin nagamit. Medyo worried ako kasi based sa mga nabasa ko sa forums malakas daw FC.
    TIA
    if you go to the first page of this thread we are in now, you will see the km/li figures.

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    #1298
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    Thank you, Sir!
    Btw, would it help if magkakabit ng fuel saving device?
    So called "fuel saving devices" are usually scams.

    I suppose Speedlab's Unichip might help (more power at lesser revs). But then it costs 30k apiece, and is more for increasing performance than decreasing consumption. K&N intake perhaps? But then FC improvement might not be significant.

    Best way is still to maintain proper tire pressure and keeping the revs low. And of course proper maintenance.

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    #1299
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    Thank you, Sir!
    Btw, would it help if magkakabit ng fuel saving device?
    Honestly Chief, there are little to no benefits with these saving devices. Sayang lang investment mo. Better stick with proper maintenance and good driving habits.

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    #1300
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinchai View Post
    Thank you, Sir!
    Btw, would it help if magkakabit ng fuel saving device?
    "no such thing."
    if there were, car manufacturers would be swarming all over the gadget.

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