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    Default How much does new ring and piston costs ?? suzuki cultus 2006

    I have suzuki cultus 2006. i had an over heating problem last year bcoz of which i had to change the head gasket. but even after that my engine started giving that "tick tick" sound. i also changed my radiator and got a two naali radiator for better cooling system. Recently my car has giving out smoke from its silencer. Now i asked my mechanic about it. he said that you'll have to change its ring piston etc as they are not working properly now. plus the oil came into my air filter a bit too. Plz help im really worried ? and any idea how much ring piston costs plus where to get them ?? and suggestions for any other expert mechanic ?

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    Is it Blue Smoke or Black Smoke??? Is Oil Level Dropping? Check if Plugs are getting oily Black shine around their tips? Check for cylinder compression test!! then decide if engine is weak or not... Getting fuel in Air Filter box is a carburetor issue... and Tic Tic sound is coz of Hydraulic lifters! Then Decide what to do.. Complete engine overhauling will cost you around 40-45 K

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    Thanks ... its blue smoke ! plus ive decided to go for complete engine overhauling

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    i had same problem,, changed gaskit and valves and surfaced the head,, now enjoyinng
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    Thats a good decision anyways... prefer japanese Parts and secondly go for stainless steel valves...

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    stainless steel valves?
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    Yes Stainless Steel valves are long lasting, Normally used in High Compression engines like Trucks and SUV's

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