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Discussion in 'Car Talk' started by jon360x, May 4, 2019.
See you want power or smoothness.......lol
i want power for own drive... smoothness for my family car.. thats why go for markx
I heard it can accelerate smoothly to 200kmh...gentleman-like acceleration, not boy racer-like.
Lower roadtax, lower halfcut cost?
u got a point, then you made me wondering now.. damn you... hahaha
hows the maintenance compared with 93t/63t?
Bullshit, that's a Smart Phone dock for iPhone 4G. what cassette tape.
That one i dunno.
Its has more cylinder so more cost perhaps?
but no turbo... people always associate turbo with high maintenance. or is it maybe if dont overboost, and not always pedal to metal, expect normal maintenance?
Normal jee. My stock gsr engine go market, go work daily, go pusing pusing. Pulls away from taliban also can...hahaha
no for ipod meh? hehehe...
what is example of taliban car?
reason why it isnt that popular is the same as many other cars with similar cc options with more pots. you typically end up spending more on maintenance for around the same amount of power. Only real pro is its smoothness.
do you really want a 1.6 where its maintenance is basically in the same range as the 2L variant and parts are less common? imo the cons outweigh the pros... an mitsu's v6s are pretty horrid to work on (imo)
so better spare the smoothness for big sedan/MPV, and for satria go for pure turbo power...
hahaha... always.... everytime everywhere
Agreed, even though V6 smooth the ride on the Satria is not......hhahahhahha
I'm considered in the younger generation, being born after 1990 but I do know about that compartment. I've met a few people who are surprised that I'm driving cars like Saga Iswara, Wira because it is uncommon for people around my age to drive these.
My Wira if I swap in a 4G92 MIVEC or 4G93 DOHC, nobody would notice it from outside because everything is stock externally except for the wheels and twin tip exhaust.
If you're talking DIY -the 93/63 is way easier to work on. And skip 63 la - way too old and a major hassle to get endorsed on Protons. A well done up 93T is plenty good but you'll still get your ass handed to you by a Kelisa + K3VE or a Myvi K3VET.
The V6 DIY will curse and swear........hhahhahahhahahhaa
seriyes ar? so fast myvi K3VET? i tot 93t is fast enough to beat all other swaps, just that it is a little less than its brother 63t. duno la, my knowledge is engine swaps and comparison is very little...
They are much lighter, power to weight ratio better. Like one of the tyre shop boss once tried my VR and exactly same day got one Wira with 63T came for tyre change. He tested both and mentioned the wira has much more power as my E33A Mitsu body is heavy.......lol