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    Red face Pak Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club

    Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club
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    Welcome aboard the Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club, a group for the passionate owners of Suzuki Wagon R.

    Pak Suzuki Wagon R Owners Club -1423039

    This thread will serve as um for all the owners of Suzuki Wagon R across Pakistan. Members can post their experiences as well seek help for their automobile in various areas of interest.
    Apart from the regular discussion and posts there would be regular meets, get together as well as cruises in cities across Pakistan. The primary motive of the club is to promote the desire of the members to help and share information with other fellow members particularly related to Suzuki Wagon R.

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    Haroon good techniques yaar thumbs up

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    I amazed to see many wagon r in murree in my last five days stay.tomorrow insha Allah i will go to kohala pull with six adults with luggage with full cooking accessories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    I went there on my Wagon R in winters, It was all covered with snow and Wagon R really amazed me there. We were 5 adults (with 3 adults who weight 100+ kg each ) and trunk covered with luggage. It didn't touched on any of the bump, it didn't made me feel that this car is under powered, it climbed every incline and what not. It was really fun driving this car on hilly areas. And bro I'm not exaggerating as i have drove Gli, Swift and Terios on hilly areas and i can confidently say that this car amazed me on hilly areas.
    well what can i say but on one steep patch i felt vibration and ascending was very slow and i was on full throttle on that patch in first gear with 6 passengers (around 550kg total )
    if that is true is there any problem with my wagonR??? i mean according to you on full load it should perform perfectly on extreme steep patches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamalkhaan View Post
    well what can i say but on one steep patch i felt vibration and ascending was very slow and i was on full throttle on that patch in first gear with 6 passengers (around 550kg total )
    Then it all depends on driving bro. First of all for that steep patch you needed to build up a good motion of car, then you did a wrong thing giving full throttle, never ever use full throttle on steep patches, all you need a good motion with gentle acceleration on low gear.
    Bro it all depend on driving skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Then it all depends on driving bro. First of all for that steep patch you needed to build up a good motion of car, then you did a wrong thing giving full throttle, never ever use full throttle on steep patches, all you need a good motion with gentle acceleration on low gear.
    Bro it all depend on driving skills.
    ok then my fault .. but one thing i wanna know what is disadvantage of full throttle on such steep patches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamalkhaan View Post
    ok then my fault .. but one thing i wanna know what is disadvantage of full throttle on such steep patches?
    Because Sir there is no need of full throttle on steep patches. You only need a gentle throttle. Full throttle will lead you to vibration and i guess power loss. And Sir tbh apnay bharon sa and apnay driving k ustaad sa yehi suna hai and hilly areas pa kaam bi aya so i don't really know much about technical details

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Because Sir there is no need of full throttle on steep patches. You only need a gentle throttle. Full throttle will lead you to vibration and i guess power loss. And Sir tbh apnay bharon sa and apnay driving k ustaad sa yehi suna hai and hilly areas pa kaam bi aya so i don't really know much about technical details
    thanks for sharing
    my stupid ustad didn't telme this unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Because Sir there is no need of full throttle on steep patches. You only need a gentle throttle. Full throttle will lead you to vibration and i guess power loss. And Sir tbh apnay bharon sa and apnay driving k ustaad sa yehi suna hai and hilly areas pa kaam bi aya so i don't really know much about technical details
    and how is your car going on zic? did you also change gear oil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamalkhaan View Post
    and how is your car going on zic? did you also change gear oil?
    Zic is going good till now. drove around 700 KM after oil change. Abi tk tank full ni karaya for mileage
    Yes gear oil was changed at 5k. I poured in Zic FF and its going really good and smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Zic is going good till now. drove around 700 KM after oil change. Abi tk tank full ni karaya for mileage
    Yes gear oil was changed at 5k. I poured in Zic FF and its going really good and smooth.
    that's great

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Because Sir there is no need of full throttle on steep patches. You only need a gentle throttle. Full throttle will lead you to vibration and i guess power loss. And Sir tbh apnay bharon sa and apnay driving k ustaad sa yehi suna hai and hilly areas pa kaam bi aya so i don't really know much about technical details
    I side you with that. all you need is a good amount of torque and traction , and that too comes at a certain rpm . if you get that done right then I guess wagon r is a capable enough machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khayyam25 View Post
    I side you with that. all you need is a good amount of torque and traction , and that too comes at a certain rpm . if you get that done right then I guess wagon r is a capable enough machine.
    Yes exactly. I was unable to understand this thing before but Wagon R has good amount of torque at low rpms and you don't need to keep it in high revs. Just keep your car around 3 rpm in hilly areas and it will go good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroonmcs26 View Post
    My dear i dnt know abt others.at this i m still in murree.in last five days i drove it in hilly area and didnt face any issue.i m satisfied its drive on steep roads of murree.its my personal experience nt giving others.
    I took trip to swat and kalam on my wagon r. No issues on bumpy or hilly areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Yes exactly. I was unable to understand this thing before but Wagon R has good amount of torque at low rpms and you don't need to keep it in high revs. Just keep your car around 3 rpm in hilly areas and it will go good.
    U r right. I also kept it around 3 rpm

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroonmcs26 View Post
    U r right. I also kept it around 3 rpm
    Good thing wagon r has a relatively quieter engine, I own a 2013 cultus and at rpms exceeding 2.5k it literally starts screaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khayyam25 View Post
    Good thing wagon r has a relatively quieter engine, I own a 2013 cultus and at rpms exceeding 2.5k it literally starts screaming.
    Its also calm in hilly areas

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer325 View Post
    Yes exactly. I was unable to understand this thing before but Wagon R has good amount of torque at low rpms and you don't need to keep it in high revs. Just keep your car around 3 rpm in hilly areas and it will go good.
    what if on a certain steep rpm doesn't reach 3 even with full throttle? this is what happened to me and that's why i gave full throttle..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamalkhaan View Post
    what if on a certain steep rpm doesn't reach 3 even with full throttle? this is what happened to me and that's why i gave full throttle..
    that shouldn't happen, unless you were stationery on a very steep slope, in my opinion

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    DESi detailing of newly bought sand biege wagon r, at home.

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    2.shampoo wash with ....revlon flex shampoo with seaweed extraaactss :d...(nice foamy wash)

    3.meguiares nxt gen tech wax 2.0

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