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    Default Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul.

    Hi Everyone!
    I have Suzuki Khyber 1999 Model. It was running smoothly without any problem for the last 08 years but now for the last 4 or 5 months it was blowing and consuming engine oil. I had to add 0.5 litres of Engine Oil after every week to keep the level. The vibrations in the engine were also increased.

    So I took the car to the mechanic and after opening the engine, he said that complete engine overhauling is required as the gap between pistons and cylinder walls will not be covered just by changing the piston rings. Today was the first day and he has given me three days time and an estimate of about 20-23k Rupees for the complete engine overhaul.

    But he was saying that after the overhaul, the pick of your car will be decreased because before overhaul, it was burning engine oil which increased its pick.

    Guys I am a bit confused about this statement. What do you say about that? I mean what is the purpose of spending 25000 Rupees when the car's pick is going to decrease?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUDE007 View Post
    Do you think it would be a good idea to order MK blue box or should I search for Frixa front pads?

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    I am very much satisfied with Frixa brake pads. In monsoon season, it rains every other day in Islamabad, no noise coming out from front discs. And the brakes are good in rain. My MK (yellow ones) used to become useless in rain (spongy feel)
    If you can find Frixa for Khyber then its good, otherwise give a try to MK blue ones.
    BTW a shopkeeper was telling me that MK blue is discontinued. Don't know how true is that.
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    Default Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul.

    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    This weekend its raining continuously in Islamabad, so thought of checking ignition system of my Khyber.

    R-Spec 10mm Sparking Plug wires resistances: (Ohm-meter set to 20K setting)
    Small wire: 0.70K Length: 22 inches
    Medium wire: 0.76K Length: 23 inches
    Large wire: 0.84K Length: 25 inches
    Distributor to Ignition coil: 0.93K Length: 27 inches

    These wires were bought and installed in March 2011. Working perfectly even after 5 years. High quality wires.

    Ignition Coil Resistances:
    Primary resistance (from positive and negative terminals of coil): 1.2 Ohm
    Secondary resistance (from positive and HT terminal): 13.29 K-ohm

    As primary resistance is low, smallest value was selected on ohm meter for accurate results.
    The results verify that ignition coil is working absolutely fine.

    Battery Voltage at Ignition coil: (Voltmeter set to DC Voltage)
    DMM negative to battery negative and DMM positive to ignition coil positive.

    Switch at ON position: Battery = 12.05V Coil = 11.3V
    When engine is running: Battery = 14.38V Coil = 13.47V

    There is a little bit voltage drop at the coil due to resistance of wires and connectors, but its negligible.

    Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul -1669765

    A friend having mehran is complaining with voltage across coil. He says on ignition on it has 7.5V and car started 10.9V what can be issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajaahmed96 View Post
    A friend having mehran is complaining with voltage across coil. He says on ignition on it has 7.5V and car started 10.9V what can be issue?

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    7.5 Volts is too low.
    It can be a wiring issue. Old desi wires with too much resistance may be.
    What is the voltage across battery terminals when car is idling with and without load?
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    7.5 Volts is too low.
    It can be a wiring issue. Old desi wires with too much resistance may be.
    What is the voltage across battery terminals when car is idling with and without load?
    14.2V


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    Thumbs up Frixa Brake Pads

    So finally took my Khyber to Jabri (Harro river) again. This time with Frixa brake pads.
    This journey through hills has very long slops while going and returning. At times slight burning smell of brake pads/shoes was noticed but I wasn't sure it was my car or others. But as far as brake performance is concerned, I am very much satisfied. No brake fading. I was fully confident with braking this time. Glad that this old issue is finally resolved now otherwise it was very scary driving downhill.
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    Default Brake issue khyber 1996

    I have been reading your thread and it has proved useful for me in many manners. I have khyber 1996 in total genuine condition and still using its genuine engine. The only problem i am facing is the brake heating. Dealing with the problem from last 3 years and finally changed the brake Tee which helped in braking but then the heating issue arrived. I didnt find any brake pads other than MK ones and i am tired. After one push the brake is not helping heated. Rotors are genuine and the culprit is pads. Plus one thing i see here is the brake hoses. I thing i consider replacing them now. Can you plz source me out the frixya pads as iam willing to pay in advance. Or the other ones u say the mk blue box. Thanking in anticipation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charadeturbodiesel View Post
    I have been reading your thread and it has proved useful for me in many manners. I have khyber 1996 in total genuine condition and still using its genuine engine. The only problem i am facing is the brake heating. Dealing with the problem from last 3 years and finally changed the brake Tee which helped in braking but then the heating issue arrived. I didnt find any brake pads other than MK ones and i am tired. After one push the brake is not helping heated. Rotors are genuine and the culprit is pads. Plus one thing i see here is the brake hoses. I thing i consider replacing them now. Can you plz source me out the frixya pads as iam willing to pay in advance. Or the other ones u say the mk blue box. Thanking in anticipation.
    My mechanic found the Frixa brake pads for me, I will contact him again in this regard.
    Regarding MK blue ones, you can buy them from JKG car parts. They are Lahore based and as you are also from Lahore, the delivery is free of cost.
    Here is the link
    Front Disc Pads | JKG CarParts
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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
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    The car is looking nice stunning just the rear emblems are ruining the look. Do get the orignal one's these chromed ones look cheap on Khyber.
    BTW is the car still in its original paint?

    I also have it in orignal paint but that doesn't look this much shiny the paint has gone a bit dull. Unfortunately i had get its right fender and bonet painted a big branch of tree fell on it during the last year's monsoon.

    And yes daniyal ahmed is back almost after an year i used to read his all post's about khyber...

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    Masha-Allah! looking splendid!
    Looks like Meguirs did the job? Loving the shine. Do get wheel covers, or at-least hub caps and if you're able to find the original emblems, then do replace these chromed ones with them.
    Yeah I've been away from Pakwheels for quite some time now, busy with some other stuff.

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    Removed the rear chrome emblems and replaced them with black ones. As suggested by @hassantahir2 the emblems were sprayed with lacquer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Removed the rear chrome emblems and replaced them with black ones. As suggested by @hassantahir2 the emblems were sprayed with lacquer.
    Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul -1725563
    These emblems are looking much better than the chrome one's.
    But i think they are fixed a bit above the stock place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    These emblems are looking much better than the chrome one's.
    But i think they are fixed a bit above the stock place.

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    Do you have a picture showing rear view of Khyber in original condition.
    I couldn't find a picture of brand new PKDM Khyber, people didn't have cellphones back then
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Do you have a picture showing rear view of Khyber in original condition.
    I couldn't find a picture of brand new PKDM Khyber, people didn't have cellphones back then
    Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul. - eae91857d5c37438d4c86a6e6f110ac9Performance after Complete Engine Overhaul. - a9b2b5c29e1c9942164c02841e917e98

    Here you go.

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    ^^
    Thanks.
    Yes, they are a bit lower. But when I removed the old emblems, they left their marks. I used kerosene oil, the marks become light but they didn't completely disappear that is why I fixed the new emblems on the same old place.
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