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    The Rxi.


    <iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/93062823" width="500" height="280" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/93062823">The Rxi</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user13652073">Aamir</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
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    Quote Originally Posted by memad View Post
    Did the fuel economy increased or any slight effect on engine response
    With platinum plugs??

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    economy cant compare with this little change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomi700 View Post
    The Rxi (Revived) - b6b2d347 ea22 760b


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    I have one question guys. The RPM of my Cultus EFI reaches about the same figures on the same speed as shown in the pic. Now the question is, as I have heard that 1300 cc cars have the most economical speeds at about 100km/hr, is it true ?? while on the other hand, I have also heard that keeping the RPM to 2-2.5 is the most economical speed for any car...(which i restrict my Cultus to and get the mileage of up to 230 km on long route on in one CNG tank. Since it is a Cultus and CNG, so i seldom drive it on petrol )

    now whats the reality folks, is it 2-2.5 RPM or is it 90-100 km/h (for 1300 cars) ??

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    nice car (still my fav in this range) but sir what about these wheel caps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Massive_One View Post
    I have one question guys. The RPM of my Cultus EFI reaches about the same figures on the same speed as shown in the pic. Now the question is, as I have heard that 1300 cc cars have the most economical speeds at about 100km/hr, is it true ?? while on the other hand, I have also heard that keeping the RPM to 2-2.5 is the most economical speed for any car...(which i restrict my Cultus to and get the mileage of up to 230 km on long route on in one CNG tank. Since it is a Cultus and CNG, so i seldom drive it on petrol )

    now whats the reality folks, is it 2-2.5 RPM or is it 90-100 km/h (for 1300 cars) ??
    massive,
    its 2.2k to 2.8k rpms for economy,and liana goes to 100 at 2.8k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifaa View Post
    nice car (still my fav in this range) but sir what about these wheel caps
    huziafa,

    wheel caps will be changed soon,but infact not managing the time to get to some decent rims and the one i like are ''deep dish hollow rims'' which are very hard to source in good shape.Have any one any idea or location from where i could get them in reasonable price,information will be appriciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    huziafa,

    wheel caps will be changed soon,but infact not managing the time to get to some decent rims and the one i like are ''deep dish hollow rims'' which are very hard to source in good shape.Have any one any idea or location from where i could get them in reasonable price,information will be appriciated.
    Dear Skill
    The market of Rawalpindi and Lahore are big and you can get the rims near to your taste. As what happened in my case I wanted one with many straight spokes but have to settle with spiral ones like the turbo prop of jet engine. But they are the lightest among all that were available that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    memad,
    manay thanks for the co-operation,
    i visit rwp/isb once or twice a month,as many family members are there,will contact you upon getting there but if you could source some deep dish hollows in reasonable price,i like the style of your rims too but putting deep dish is my eagerness since long but never mangaged to get hands on.
    I am not getting what deep dish looks like, do post some sample then I can look for that type and can appraise you about the details


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    3M cleaner for hard to reach places of upholstery & Turtle's Total interior care followed by Mother's leather conditioner for dash and other open space leatherette .
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    Quote Originally Posted by memad View Post
    I am not getting what deep dish looks like, do post some sample then I can look for that type and can appraise you about the details


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    here is a refference pic,but the spokes of this rim are outwards,i wish the spokes inwardly bent.
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    Just got the new tyres of ,Nitto japan,185x70x14.
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    Ok I got the idea will share the pics once I go to the market.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Massive_One View Post
    I have one question guys. The RPM of my Cultus EFI reaches about the same figures on the same speed as shown in the pic. Now the question is, as I have heard that 1300 cc cars have the most economical speeds at about 100km/hr, is it true ?? while on the other hand, I have also heard that keeping the RPM to 2-2.5 is the most economical speed for any car...(which i restrict my Cultus to and get the mileage of up to 230 km on long route on in one CNG tank. Since it is a Cultus and CNG, so i seldom drive it on petrol )

    now whats the reality folks, is it 2-2.5 RPM or is it 90-100 km/h (for 1300 cars) ??
    Bhaiyaa 2.5/80-90Kmph is ideal but 1300 ya 1000 cc mei farq ye hai k Liana ko 3.0 ya 100km/h per b drive kro to fuel efficiency boht ziada effect nhii hoti... Yes thora sa farq parta hai bilkul nominal sa, not too much lekin 1000cc car mei fuel efficiency boht ziada effect hoti hai aur 110 ya 120 tak pohnch kr to bilkul hi fuel peena shuru kr deti hai especially agar load b ho to... 1300cc mei 120 tk koi khas farq nhii parta.. us se ooper phir mat poocho .. drive if u can afford coz 120 se ooper boht fuel khae gi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    The Rxi (Revived) - 360460

    here is a refference pic,but the spokes of this rim are outwards,i wish the spokes inwardly bent.
    I guess inward bent spokes are not good for suspension.... What I imagine is that during turns, they will transfer all the torque to the suspension i.e Axle & lower arms.. The outward bent Spokes actually divert the pressure outwards & above towards the shock absorbers thus preventing Axle & lower arm..... What do u think sir g ???????
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    Rear balance rod bushes Oem Japan,changed lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    massive,
    its 2.2k to 2.8k rpms for economy,and liana goes to 100 at 2.8k.
    mine goes to 100 at 3k rmp and 120 at 3.5k rpm. would there be any issue??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skill View Post
    The Rxi (Revived) - 360982

    recently changed balance rod bushes with japanies brand.
    what is the brand and price. i am also going to get it changed for my car.

    also suggest some good bush brand and price for chimtaaas
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    Went to one of big shop in Blue area. There was only the below design but it is too but it has 5 holes.
    The Rxi (Revived) - 77a07d0a 7ac1 9a2c

    Also found one installed in the car. But I think U need more deep.
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