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    Hi there,
    We just got our Alabaster Silver Civic VTI oriel P/T delivered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by affananwar200 View Post
    @omar_575 thanks bro, you opened ny eyes . I never looked under the hood
    You're welcome brother. This is very scary - stupid honda atlas

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    Quote Originally Posted by affananwar200 View Post
    Damn you HONDA !!! I'm seriously in the mood of saying " Go Honda Go"
    After reading your post I started looking for the solution. The solution is vey simple.
    If you are in a situation where you have to drive in water, simply remove the air pipe from end which is tucked in to the air filter box. Its very easy. Just pull it out from air filter box. When you come to a dry road just plug the pipe in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babur1 View Post
    After reading your post I started looking for the solution. The solution is vey simple.
    If you are in a situation where you have to drive in water, simply remove the air pipe from end which is tucked in to the air filter box. Its very easy. Just pull it out from air filter box. When you come to a dry road just plug the pipe in.
    can you post any pics please?
    What goes around, comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babur1 View Post
    After reading your post I started looking for the solution. The solution is vey simple.
    If you are in a situation where you have to drive in water, simply remove the air pipe from end which is tucked in to the air filter box. Its very easy. Just pull it out from air filter box. When you come to a dry road just plug the pipe in.
    Thankyou sooo much , mine mostly stays in the driver's hands.

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    guys i have an issue.
    I was driving a bit fast one night- my nani was unwell and it was a medical emergency (yes, I know it wasn't very smart: please don't lecture me)
    i was driving at a speed of 80-100 km/hr on the main DHA road. when i came through the curve opposite the PSO petrol pump i braked and the car went out of control while i was turning (it's a very wide curve). the car was almost going to hit the divider and then i turned the wheel very gently in the opposite direction (it's so light and responsive- that the car then skidded in the opposite direction). all the time i had my foot on the brake- hard at first then light.
    but as the speed was not too high, i was able to control it.

    this incident really freaked me out- i have driven the 2010 manual swift/ 2014 auto swift at moderate speeds through that bend (i'm sure less than what i was driving at that night) but i have never felt the car going out of control.

    I am going to get this car checked.

    but i would just like to know what the reason here was- and if anyone else has ever had a similar issue? arent the ABS brakes supposed to keep the car under control when you brake while driving through a bend?

    picture of area where this happened attached:
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    the rear must have slipped out.
    very normal. Happens when braking in a turn at high speed. the back end tends to slip out.
    As far as I can tell, the new civic has a raised back end which makes it a slight bit more prone to back end sliding out in turns.
    waise almost in any car, go into the turn hard and brake, the back end goes out. That's pretty normal. I don't think there is any issue.
    I don't know about the road there but unevenness in the road can also cause it

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    Posted the pics earlier but not able to see my post and pics.
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    Pics of air pipe. Just pull it out. Very easy and simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omar_575 View Post
    guys i have an issue.
    I was driving a bit fast one night- my nani was unwell and it was a medical emergency (yes, I know it wasn't very smart: please don't lecture me)
    i was driving at a speed of 80-100 km/hr on the main DHA road. when i came through the curve opposite the PSO petrol pump i braked and the car went out of control while i was turning (it's a very wide curve). the car was almost going to hit the divider and then i turned the wheel very gently in the opposite direction (it's so light and responsive- that the car then skidded in the opposite direction). all the time i had my foot on the brake- hard at first then light.
    but as the speed was not too high, i was able to control it.

    this incident really freaked me out- i have driven the 2010 manual swift/ 2014 auto swift at moderate speeds through that bend (i'm sure less than what i was driving at that night) but i have never felt the car going out of control.

    I am going to get this car checked.

    but i would just like to know what the reason here was- and if anyone else has ever had a similar issue? arent the ABS brakes supposed to keep the car under control when you brake while driving through a bend?

    picture of area where this happened attached:
    nothing to worry about bro. just be safe. which tyres are you using on your civic? this can happen at such high speed. remember that civic speeds up very easily but at such high speeds its hard to control
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by omar_575 View Post
    guys i have an issue.
    I was driving a bit fast one night- my nani was unwell and it was a medical emergency (yes, I know it wasn't very smart: please don't lecture me)
    i was driving at a speed of 80-100 km/hr on the main DHA road. when i came through the curve opposite the PSO petrol pump i braked and the car went out of control while i was turning (it's a very wide curve). the car was almost going to hit the divider and then i turned the wheel very gently in the opposite direction (it's so light and responsive- that the car then skidded in the opposite direction). all the time i had my foot on the brake- hard at first then light.
    but as the speed was not too high, i was able to control it.

    this incident really freaked me out- i have driven the 2010 manual swift/ 2014 auto swift at moderate speeds through that bend (i'm sure less than what i was driving at that night) but i have never felt the car going out of control.

    I am going to get this car checked.

    but i would just like to know what the reason here was- and if anyone else has ever had a similar issue? arent the ABS brakes supposed to keep the car under control when you brake while driving through a bend?

    picture of area where this happened attached:

    Nothing is is wrong with the car here, this particular road patch/crossing is very slippery.
    Proud to be Pakistani

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    Could be a strong tailwind as well at those speeds, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by enigma View Post
    Nothing is is wrong with the car here, this particular road patch/crossing is very slippery.
    Yup.. Indeed! V slippery.. Hav heard of many accidents invloving this particular crossing point... I dont think ur tyres or anything else is at fault.. Bt be v carefull when turning left in this specific crossing in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 458_Italia View Post
    Yup.. Indeed! V slippery.. Hav heard of many accidents invloving this particular crossing point... I dont think ur tyres or anything else is at fault.. Bt be v carefull when turning left in this specific crossing in the future.
    Oh all right . Thanks everyone. Yes - I will be careful in the future.

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    nothing to worry about. there is no fault in the car.
    it is the cold weather.
    usually all of us are using summer tires even during winters here in pakistan. the rubber of these tires tends to get hard when cold plus there is this constant moisture falling at night during winters (dont exactly know what to call it but you must have noticed it if you leave your car under bare sky at night, a thin layer of vapours is on the top) this makes the roads slightly more slippery. together, the hard rubber and this moisture tends to loose traction easily.
    just be careful thats all.

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    LoL 80-100 must be above 100....
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    LoL 80-100 must be above 100....
    Yeah maybe. I was too nervous to check.
    But when it went out of control I was doing 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_tazster View Post
    nothing to worry about. there is no fault in the car.
    it is the cold weather.
    usually all of us are using summer tires even during winters here in pakistan. the rubber of these tires tends to get hard when cold plus there is this constant moisture falling at night during winters (dont exactly know what to call it but you must have noticed it if you leave your car under bare sky at night, a thin layer of vapours is on the top) this makes the roads slightly more slippery. together, the hard rubber and this moisture tends to loose traction easily.
    just be careful thats all.
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    So anybody goin in IK's aihtejaaj :?

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    [QUOTE=omar_575;4632633]guys i have an issue.
    I was driving a bit fast one night- my nani was unwell and it was a medical emergency (yes, I know it wasn't very smart: please don't lecture me)
    i was driving at a speed of 80-100 km/hr on the main DHA road. when i came through the curve opposite the PSO......





    Wider Sports tires for example, Pilot Sport3, S-Drive etc may help during this type of condition for stability and control.

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    [QUOTE=bhasnain;4633384]
    Quote Originally Posted by omar_575 View Post
    guys i have an issue.
    I was driving a bit fast one night- my nani was unwell and it was a medical emergency (yes, I know it wasn't very smart: please don't lecture me)
    i was driving at a speed of 80-100 km/hr on the main DHA road. when i came through the curve opposite the PSO......





    Wider Sports tires for example, Pilot Sport3, S-Drive etc may help during this type of condition for stability and control.
    he is already running 205 tyres on the stock alloys. going for wider tyres on the stock alloy is not recommended. 205 is the max safe limit for 6j alloys.

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