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Discussion in 'Car Talk' started by jon360x, May 4, 2019.
power to weight? try sitting in a kelisa yrv.... its a deathtrap on wheels, but oh so trilling
oh yes... thats why.... okok
if like cornering, i guess wira is better right? otherwise, maybe good for me to get one to go for work everyday... haha..
Stable no thrill mah...............hhahahhahahahaha
too much thrill oso not good for your health... haha
Kelisa K3VET or the loaf of bread with K3VET will firmly tapao 4G93T. It’s cheap to run and maintain.
I also dream about putting K3VET into my atos so I can keep my car and have more power. hahahaha.
taken from Malaysian Atos Club video lol.
I’d advise against it, cause Kelisa and the loaf of bread is EASY to transplant. Literally plug and play.
When you have to do a lot of mods, especially wiring, avoid it like the plague.
woa... no wonder 93T half cut is getting more expensive... a lot of sifus promoting here. hehehe....
2L engines *cough* won’t be endorsed by JPJ into Protons other than Perdana and Inspira.
Unless it was already endorsed prior to the ruling. That’s why 4G93T went up in price.
I’ve driven a Putra with a 93T. I didn’t scream inside my head. I did scream in in my head when I was riding shotgun in a loaf of bread with a K3VET.
I just feel it’s hilarious when a loaf of bread can be that fast.
That is why I say got more thrill......hhahahhahaha
Nola.. if you have a spare car to use then sure why not.. try the transplant. But if you don't have a spare car prepare for a lot of heartache if you do proceed with this sort of transplant. The stock K3VE would be a huge improvement over whatever the Atos has.. No need T also but like ixeo said, the wiring and getting everything to work is going to be a pain in the ass.
Your loaf is referring to Myvi or Atos?
nola. It's like what ixeo said - it's impossible to legally endorse a 2.0L into any Proton except the Inspira and Perdana. And both these two don't really fit the 4G63 that easily. And on top of that the 4G63 is ancient la and prone to oil leaks. The 93 is such a huge improvement over the 63 in terms of tech but of course power wise the 63 is still boss la.
And not promoting at all, this is pure facts
Kelisa + K3VET is insanity. Assuming stock with upgraded brakes, suspension and wheels, even in auto form this cars power to weight ratio is insane. I loved the Kelisa with the K3VE, but with a VET I'd probably scream like a little girl everytime the boost comes in
i think me and @marsha1l_v6 should be seated at rear of kelisa. Hahaha...
Neither. The Kenari LOL.
Power to weight ratio is equivalent to Lotus Elise 1.8L Mk1
None of the Daihatsu gearbox can withstand a modded K3VET, sure blown. LOL. The stock auto torque converter can still take a beating somewhat but it won't shift fast enough at full boost. You probably need to use tiptronic and manually shift WAYYYYY before it hits redline.
Honestly for maximum fun at low bucks with superb power to weight ratio, and to make yourself scream like a girl, get a Kelisa, ultra racing the whole car, plonk a K3VET in, and buy the best tires you can find and then go have shit and giggles.
When I drive my turbo boat, i just give way when I see Kelisa and the loaf of bread. Of course when I drive the cruiseliner i just LOL. But ok la so far no sohai tailgate my cruiseliner except ah beng civics with the 1.5 turbo.
no Taliban... cucuk from the back? they are famous for that wor...
Power to plenty weight ratio......hhahhahhahhahaha
Hmm...is Chancellor considered a Waja?
How about my Waja, its 1.8 from factory so can go up 30%?
I think only Perdana can. Wira also have a 1.8L but not allowed......
Well that is lazily unfair regulation from JPJ right?
PROTON models EXCEPT for Perdana and Inspira models can only have their engines changed to those with a maximum capacity not exceeding 1836cc (1.8 litre). Engine change with the capacity of 1997 or 1998cc (2.0 litre) can only be made on PROTON Perdana and Proton Inspira.