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    Default Xulfiqar bhai-Change of cultus AC condenser

    Guys i had read on most of the sites that doublle naali or multi flow condenser play huge role in cooling in any car as we all know that cultus comes with single naali condenser which cant make enough cool air to provide good cooling so my is efi cultus and not too old but cooling is not satisfied me i use engine coolant from suzuki and refrigerant is still original and quantity is ok compressor is fine cooling ok when when weather is normal like 4 ya 5 baje sahi kam karta he but peak hours me not so good. so kindly suggest me can i go for double naali condenser fiiting and what other things or alterations required for perfect working do share pros and cons please. Margallar you are also welcome to help me out.

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    this term double nali and single nali is for radiator. Your car has R134a in your car. Also keep it mind that car has relative cooling which means that it cools in accordance to external temp. Dont expect miracles in very hot weather. Make sure your car fans are good and your condenser is not clogged
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    Cultus EFi came with double naali radiator. No need to change that.

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    Default Multi flow condenser needed

    Salam to all !
    I wanted to change my serpentine condenser with multi flow condenser as I am not satisfied with the cooling in my Khyber 2000 and rest of the A.C is almost new. In night the cooling is better but in the day it is dead. I checked out every shop in North Nazimabad but believe me, no one here knows the term Multi flow condenser. Can I get it from Tariq road ? Xulfiqar bhai help plz !

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    Quote Originally Posted by usama.saleem.9400 View Post
    Salam to all !
    I wanted to change my serpentine condenser with multi flow condenser as I am not satisfied with the cooling in my Khyber 2000 and rest of the A.C is almost new. In night the cooling is better but in the day it is dead. I checked out every shop in North Nazimabad but believe me, no one here knows the term Multi flow condenser. Can I get it from Tariq road ? Xulfiqar bhai help plz !
    Multiflow are for R134a systems. Make sure your expansion valve is new because if its for R12 and you are using R134 in system you dont expect much. Also with Multiflow you need to have good fans by good i mean wehshe fans. Go for SPAL fans and install them in correct direction. Make sure you have proper filled gas because correct way is to add gas by weight not by tuka that guys do like open gas until it cools.
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    You're saying that I should get the expansion valves of R134 ? Then I'll surely get it checked. And what about the condenser ?
    And about the SPAL, it is very difficult to find one of those. If you could guide me from where to get the spal fan ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by usama.saleem.9400 View Post
    Salam to all !
    I wanted to change my serpentine condenser with multi flow condenser as I am not satisfied with the cooling in my Khyber 2000 and rest of the A.C is almost new. In night the cooling is better but in the day it is dead. I checked out every shop in North Nazimabad but believe me, no one here knows the term Multi flow condenser. Can I get it from Tariq road ? Xulfiqar bhai help plz !
    Did you go to Sabir Bhai near farooq e Azam masjid north nazimabad ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by afnan.bashir View Post
    Multiflow are for R12 systems. Make sure your evap valve is new because if its for R12 and you are using R134 in system you dont expect much. Also with Serpentine you need to have good fans by good i mean wehshe fans. Go for SPAL fans and install them in correct direction. Make sure you have proper filled gas because correct way is to add gas by weight not by tuka that guys do like open gas until it cools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usama.saleem.9400 View Post
    You're saying that I should get the expansion valves of R134 ? Then I'll surely get it checked. And what about the condenser ?
    And about the SPAL, it is very difficult to find one of those. If you could guide me from where to get the spal fan ?
    If you want to replace expansion valve then buy original denso one. Make sure it is correct for your system, which means efficient enough to flood the evaporator.
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    is there any specific way to verify the direction of FAN on the condenser.

    Also can we check if the gas is present in the system in the appropriate amount?

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    Multiflow condenser is specifically for R143a.........if he has r143a and serpentine condenser then he will have horrible results with cooling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by waqar19 View Post
    what are you saying man???
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    acknowledge my mistake corrected
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    Yes I am having horrible results in the peak hours of day time. BTW I decided to get a multiflow and new denso expan. Valves as said by waqar19 because I think the expansion valves are not new in my car.

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    Bro you should get all parts that are compatible and made for each other and together make a perfect system. Compressor, condenser and the gas should be compatible then there are other factors too. Xulfiqar is the best person to help here. I suggest you write in detail of all the components you plan to install and ask Xulfiqar if they "fit" together perfectly for the best results.

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    Yes I am having horrible results in the peak hours of day time. BTW I decided to get a multiflow and new denso expan. Valves as said by waqar19 because I think the expansion valves are not new in my car.

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    The compressor is rotary one of Terios kid. Condenser is serpentine one. Dryer is original factory one. I don't know much about the cooling coil but it was of another car in good condition with expansion valves fitted in it. Gas is R134.

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    Bump......

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    Default Xulfiqar bhai-Change of cultus AC condenser

    Cultus comes with two types of ac systems,the denso one and the sanden one.although the sanden one has multiflow condenser but i find the denso one to be more powerful and effective.reasons:
    It has single flow condenser but a lot bigger in size.
    It has got piston compressor(a lot powerful than the sanden one)
    The condenser fan in denso system is much much better than the sanden one.
    Cultus efis and some of the carby ones have denso systems.


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    I think useless forum he yeh no one ia here to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by engnr.mubashir View Post
    I think useless forum he yeh no one ia here to help
    some cultus models did come with multiflow condensors. And multiflow is what is really recommended for r134a. go visit suzuki dealer, pop the hood of the cultus, see the condensor to confirm if it is multiflow. if it is, then go buy one from their parts shop
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