Beyond 20,000 RPM!
ha! ha! Yah! At Publika TT, I was a bit shock when you mentioned you came from Seremban.Kajang to Seremban not far la.....I even went all the way to Kepong, Publika, Shah Alam, Malacca few times for TT also have....it's not the journey that matters is the people that you can meet at TT and the new friendship you can make....that's is worth it.
I also forgot about the test also because was indulge with sharing info and chatting with the attendees.
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No need to buy. Since Peter mention your Wira to be installed in engine bay fuse box should be same as my Mitsu based Hyundai (I actually have a unit too) ha! ha!Thanks Peter but I'm a bit hesitant to try since this unit will no longer be sell-able after I install it. Would wrapping it up in plastic and foam preserve the unit? Also I need more than 1 month to test the thing. My test will need to include before and after dyno comparisons and I try to go on days that have similar weather so I don't get too much differences in dyno readings due to atmospheric differences. Also, I take an average over 3-4 full tanks and one tank takes about 2 weeks to complete for me. So I'll need at least 3 months to finish a proper test.
Perhaps you could PM me the price of this device then I can consider whether or not to purchase it then do my own testing. Obviously if the price is too high (I'm a DIY-er. Scrooge is my middle name) then I won't be able to agree to purchasing the unit.
That was why i ask what type on connection earlier. Cvkit one on the Myvi have smaller fuse connection. Lets see which ones fits your car....
To me I got no butt feel after I drive my VR the other two ride is nothing....hahahahaha
Actually my VR have same connection, and I did transfer the unit to the VR but somehow it seems to draw current therefore I have to turn the key longer for the car to crank..
Took out and put back to the Hyundai...