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    Default Best Shop for Sarvo Brakes for new mehran 2013 in Sahiwal/Faisalabad ?

    Hello,
    Yesterday i just purchased new mehran 2013 i want to install Sarvo Brakes in it to make Brakes Stable and good. At the moment Stock Brakes are simply Useless/Hard/Not good response.
    Can you Please Suggest me who is Good in Arrange and Install Sarvo Brakes in my Mehran in Sahiwal or Faisalabad ?
    Also Please tell me how much it will be cost ? What Brakes should i go for ?
    Kindly Post Complete details will be really Big Thanks
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    Give your brake few days to set in and your brake will be fine. Servo in Mehran will give you less effort to stop the car but it also causes car to skid.
    The original setup of Mehran should work fine.
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    Hello,
    Thanks for Advice. So in how much days it will be fine ?

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    Give around 300 to 400KM.

    After that decide if you want to stay with it or do the servo swap.
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    What exactly are these servo brakes?

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    Vacuum Servo or brake booster uses engine's vacuum to reduce effort require by drive to stop the car.

    Almost all new car comes with this only Mehran is not coming with this from factory. So to stop a Mehran you need some effort by your feet on the other hand newer car needs almost no effort on pedal
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    Keep is as it is. Better not mess with the brake system.
    Keep saving and one day INSHALLAH sell it and upgrade

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    Dont mess with new car,complete few thousand kilometers and than decide.vaqas bhai is right it will skid with servo because mehran is very light weight ....
    and dont install ac before initial running if its non ac from factory.....

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    Dont Mess with Brakes.. You Have Zero Meter car !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman505 View Post
    Dont mess with new car,complete few thousand kilometers and than decide.vaqas bhai is right it will skid with servo because mehran is very light weight ....
    and dont install ac before initial running if its non ac from factory.....
    After how much KM i can install A/c ?
    Also What Thing i should take care as it's brand new Car... is same like MotorBike ? like not drive above than 50 KM etc.. ?
    btw i am driving it like normal car going like 90... is could be make any problem in it ?
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    @ All
    Thanks all of you for Giving me Valuable Advices
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faisal_Computer View Post
    After how much KM i can install A/c ?
    Also What Thing i should take care as it's brand new Car... is same like MotorBike ? like not drive above than 50 KM etc.. ?
    btw i am driving it like normal car going like 90... is could be make any problem in it ?
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    nothing special drive it normally,do not pull it hard or rev it unnecessary ,always let the car to warm up in morning and then move it....

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    bro, don't cross 90-100 km/h before ur initial 1000 kms. so, ur gear shifting should also be according tondis limit. and for installing A/C and that brakes issue give it atleast 5,000 kms running and then take it to any authorized suzuki workshop , they will service the brakes if u don't feel them gud at that time and then it would become much better. and when u install A/C of perform any other modifications ur car's warranty would become void.

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