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    Is this available in Pakistan


    if yes then where? & what's its price? (Fuel Injector)

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    I'd get one, no two, no FOUR of those things, put it into a buggy, and write my will.
    And then I'd go drag racing.
    This comment was made by a person with a tested IQ of negative 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mqsdrana View Post
    Is this available in Pakistan


    if yes then where? & what's its price? (Fuel Injector)
    I ve written a link of website plz check it out. EFI ll cost upto 5000/= i think. But i m not sure which mechanic is gona install it thts y started this thread so tht we all came to know whether this thing can be successful or not. Hope u all contribute
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    They should have a combined marketing campaign for this product,
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    @Tabi hawk

    very Nice Info (Y)
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    What is this! There is too many critic all the way. Wht does an injector do with the race, obviously maximum 10-15 km/hr increase but point of sharing is not that. I just shared the recent technology and u all began to criticise, Wah wah wah. If there is a recent updates then y dont share with every body. In India even 125cc r EFI fitted, and here? old traditional engines. So i shared with U all, may be someone had import these stuff, may be he can help others in understanding better. Plz use ur grey matter a little and think positve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabi_hawk View Post
    What is this! There is too many critic all the way. Wht does an injector do with the race, obviously maximum 10-15 km/hr increase but point of sharing is not that. I just shared the recent technology and u all began to criticise, Wah wah wah. If there is a recent updates then y dont share with every body. In India even 125cc r EFI fitted, and here? old traditional engines. So i shared with U all, may be someone had import these stuff, may be he can help others in understanding better. Plz use ur grey matter a little and think positve
    @tabi dear u r very true,dont mind any critics and keep it up
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    Any update? regarding Any of stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post
    Any update? regarding Any of stuff?
    NO Bro! Main khud bhi boht interested hon in EFI, I wana do some modifications too like spokeless tyres, HID, EFI, custom paint job and LED stuff etc but dreams are not realities. Keeping on waiting for huge Jackpot or new technologies in Pak.... LOL...
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    There is an ad going on on cable about some fuel savers device that the sellers claim is a direct import from Japan. Any info about that. I forgot the actual name of the device and the channel name but it costs 2800 and they are claiming a fuel saving of up to 30%. It replaces the original carburetor.
    Any info and pictures of that device. ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabi_hawk View Post
    What is this! There is too many critic all the way. Wht does an injector do with the race, obviously maximum 10-15 km/hr increase but point of sharing is not that. I just shared the recent technology and u all began to criticise, Wah wah wah. If there is a recent updates then y dont share with every body. In India even 125cc r EFI fitted, and here? old traditional engines. So i shared with U all, may be someone had import these stuff, may be he can help others in understanding better. Plz use ur grey matter a little and think positve
    For some unexplained reason, our people LOVE to criticize. Probably because they can't see the point behind anything! Its criticism just for the sake of criticism. Dont pay attention to that. They probably wont even understand what grey matter means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chery1 View Post
    For some unexplained reason, our people LOVE to criticize. Probably because they can't see the point behind anything! Its criticism just for the sake of criticism. Dont pay attention to that. They probably wont even understand what grey matter means.
    Absolutely True!!!!!

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    Anyway to import from japan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post
    Anyway to import from japan?
    Bro! wht i belive tht v can import from Japan or as this web stated from Canada but I think they ll not give a single piece. They ll be interested in some sort of a distributor but distributors don't wana take risk. So I think this is not a useful thread in term of purchasing but in terms of info it appeals a lot (Although I started this Thread.... LOL..... )
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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    There is an ad going on on cable about some fuel savers device that the sellers claim is a direct import from Japan. Any info about that. I forgot the actual name of the device and the channel name but it costs 2800 and they are claiming a fuel saving of up to 30%. It replaces the original carburetor.
    Any info and pictures of that device. ??
    start a new thread anbout this device and also try to gather as many details of the device as possible,,and that would be a good thread,

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    Very interesting gadget, I think this would be available in the market by next year or so, but the Chinese version, perhaps, which would be a sad aspect. But to have the original one would be a great deal, lets wait and see.
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    Man you will spend sooooo much to get it right that it ain't worth it. The power gains wont be worth it, and it will probably blow up. Those motors aren't ment for boost. You have no way of oiling the turbo (no oil pump), you will have to lower the compression ratio a tad, not to mention setting up a blow off valve and wastegate, its just damn near impossible. Plus getting the carb set right wont happen because its not going to flow enough fuel and, you going to have a problem with that POSITIVE pressure pushing the fuel back into the carb, and detonation will almost be certian. blown motor, and hundred's down the drain.

    I know its cool to be different, but its not going to happen man.

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    It costs nearly 300 USD for the EFI kit. That translates to roughly 31.5K @105 per dollar. That's before the cost of shipping and duties (if applicable) so I guess you're looking at a figure of probably around 50k. Add the turbo and the associated fuel lines and oil coolers and the figure goes up to nearly 800 USD. That's 84k. Not the cheapest conversion, frankly.

    The fitting is fairly straightforward and any competent mechanic would be able to do the fitting part - that said, the O2 sensor of the kit needs to go into the exhaust - by drilling a hole, welding the appropriate size nut and tightening the sensor onto it. The wire will be exposed for any curious idiot to pull - and there are a lot of those, trust me. The installation will need some modifications as it isn't specifically designed to fit only on the 125, so expect some cutting and welding to take place.

    Adding a turbo will mean some serious modifications though. The downpipe will mean your original exhaust pipe from the head will need replacement and your thighs will get roasted on a normal sunny day. Plus that itty bitty turbo is probably running 5 -10 psi boost too and the 125 head will take a beating as will the piston. Nope, not my cup of tea. Still, thought I'd help you guys out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugal View Post
    It costs nearly 300 USD for the EFI kit. That translates to roughly 31.5K @105 per dollar. That's before the cost of shipping and duties (if applicable) so I guess you're looking at a figure of probably around 50k. Add the turbo and the associated fuel lines and oil coolers and the figure goes up to nearly 800 USD. That's 84k. Not the cheapest conversion, frankly.

    The fitting is fairly straightforward and any competent mechanic would be able to do the fitting part - that said, the O2 sensor of the kit needs to go into the exhaust - by drilling a hole, welding the appropriate size nut and tightening the sensor onto it. The wire will be exposed for any curious idiot to pull - and there are a lot of those, trust me. The installation will need some modifications as it isn't specifically designed to fit only on the 125, so expect some cutting and welding to take place.

    Adding a turbo will mean some serious modifications though. The downpipe will mean your original exhaust pipe from the head will need replacement and your thighs will get roasted on a normal sunny day. Plus that itty bitty turbo is probably running 5 -10 psi boost too and the 125 head will take a beating as will the piston. Nope, not my cup of tea. Still, thought I'd help you guys out.
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