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    Hey guys my father has recently given me his old Khyber to drive and i am thinking of doing some work on it so i have some questions:
    1) how to add a limiter to Khyber stock g10 engine?
    2) how to add power steering to Khyber?
    3) best size for tyres? I need wide ones that add to the look of the car.
    4) Is a battery volt stabilizer just a gimmick or does it actually help in the flow of the current?
    5) is there a bolt on meter i can install that has rpm too?

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    Which limiter you are talking about??


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    2) Power Steering costs around 8-10k, for the steering to harden at high speeds they add a speed sensor, don't get one without the speed sensor. In pindi you can get it done from sultan ka khoo

    3) Was using 13 inch rims and used to get 180-200 kms on semi-highway driving on cng, no idea about petrol average on 13s. But better to use the stock size i.e. 12"

    5) There is but costs 25-30k

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohan190 View Post
    Hey guys my father has recently given me his old Khyber to drive and i am thinking of doing some work on it so i have some questions:
    1) how to add a limiter to Khyber stock g10 engine?
    2) how to add power steering to Khyber?
    3) best size for tyres? I need wide ones that add to the look of the car.
    4) Is a battery volt stabilizer just a gimmick or does it actually help in the flow of the current?
    5) is there a bolt on meter i can install that has rpm too?

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    Dear bro,
    1. Which sort of "Limiter" u r referring to? purpose?
    2 .Go for Hydraulic power steering setup.In Khi, u can get good one in 10-12 K. If you will go for complete EPS (Electric assisted), it would cost u from 15K -25K from Shershah with 1 day checking warranty)
    3. Best one according to me is 165/70 R12 (More wiser tire will decrease your mileage)
    4. Voltage stabilizer really works provided it is of good brand & produce precise result.
    5. Yes there comes such bolt-on meters with built-in RPM but i will advice u to go for separate one & fit it on Right side pillar
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    Engine Rpm limiter

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownrose78 View Post
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    Dear bro,
    1. Which sort of "Limiter" u r referring to? purpose?
    2 .Go for Hydraulic power steering setup.In Khi, u can get good one in 10-12 K. If you will go for complete EPS (Electric assisted), it would cost u from 15K -25K from Shershah with 1 day checking warranty)
    3. Best one according to me is 165/70 R12 (More wiser tire will decrease your mileage)
    4. Voltage stabilizer really works provided it is of good brand & produce precise result.
    5. Yes there comes such bolt-on meters with built-in RPM but i will advice u to go for separate one & fit it on Right side pillar
    1) I am referring to an engine RPM limiter.
    2) i have heard hydraulic power steering puts a strain on engine and eps is much better than hydraulic, is it true?
    3) currently i have 165/70 tyres and frankly they are not as wide.
    4) is the Razin volt stabilizer good?
    5) but those external rpm meters might be a thief magnet. :3

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    the raizin stabilizer is useless....simply because there is already a stabilizer in your car's alternator

    eps is cheaper than hydraulic......

    khyber did come with rpm meter in other countries, if you can find it, it will fit bolt on

    carby engines don't have a limiter, though it can be added later...but it will have to be custom made
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadly_Flame View Post
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    3) Was using 13 inch rims and used to get 180-200 kms on semi-highway driving on cng, no idea about petrol average on 13s. But better to use the stock size i.e. 12"
    So you are saying that a khyber reaches 180+ km/h speed with 13" tyres? O.o


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    Quote Originally Posted by rohan190 View Post
    So you are saying that a khyber reaches 180+ km/h speed with 13" tyres? O.o


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    The guy is talking about the distance the car went, not the speed.

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    @Deadly_Flame
    What tyre size are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadly_Flame View Post
    2) Power Steering costs around 8-10k, for the steering to harden at high speeds they add a speed sensor, don't get one without the speed sensor. In pindi you can get it done from sultan ka khoo

    3) Was using 13 inch rims and used to get 180-200 kms on semi-highway driving on cng, no idea about petrol average on 13s. But better to use the stock size i.e. 12"

    5) There is but costs 25-30k
    Can you tell me where can i find a shop in khi who specializes in eps installation with reasonable price?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sr107 View Post
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    What tyre size are you using?
    I am using 13" rims, 165,55,13

    Quote Originally Posted by rohan190 View Post
    So you are saying that a khyber reaches 180+ km/h speed with 13" tyres? O.o
    Talking about the distance in one full cylinder(~8kg of gas) of CNG

    Quote Originally Posted by rohan190 View Post
    Can you tell me where can i find a shop in khi who specializes in eps installation with reasonable price?
    I am sorry man, no idea about workshops in Karachi, never been to Karachi. Try asking in the following thread someone might be able to help you: https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/mec...shops-pakistan

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