My cedia convert evo7

stutzedward

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evo69, Hyundai with Airtrek engine, can 'legally' be done? I mean, did you go backdoors to have it processed?
 

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evo69, Hyundai with Airtrek engine, can 'legally' be done? I mean, did you go backdoors to have it processed?
I give you exactly procedure

1) go to puspakom afterthat get letter fail
2)send letter to bahagian kejuruteraan jpj.
3)after get letter you must take your car to profesional engineer to inspect.
4)after got letter you take your car to puspakom again
5)after lulus puspakom then bring your grants letter to chop your already change engine.

FYI,
Not much changing for hyundai trajet to put mitsubishi airtrek turbo engine because hyundai use mitsubishi technology for their cars.
 

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thanks for the reply...

Side note, just curious for your dad's car. Was it better and more drivable?
 

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thanks for the reply...

Side note, just curious for your dad's car. Was it better and more drivable?
Better performance and handling because cruising at rpm2000,speedometer at 120km/h.Pickup as you know turbo kick.suspension already did custom at seri kembangan.So far all ok including 5 speed tiptronic.but he only complain about RON97 much expensive than RON 95.heheheheh.I have attached humble trajet for you
 

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evo69

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Very cun......I like.....:love:

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Should b ok to use ron95 ma...
Really meh.I heard evo and airtrek turbo cannot use RON95 because each engine got knock sensor.
I have tried before my evo6 exaust blow black colour dust like diesel 70's school bus and 1 more things i feels no turbo power kick.:bawling:
 

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If your half cut comes from Japan, I think you can't use 95. If your engine is local version of airtrek from USF, you can but you need to stick to stock boost. If you're running high boost, then you must use 97.

Alternatively, spent 600 bucks to remap your fuel setting to run 95 but bear in mind, you'll loose power for sure.
 

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I'm using ron95 + octane booster for my E7... So far so good... I believe even pump ron95 alone oso no issue...
 

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who is "profesional engineer" ? any example ?

I give you exactly procedure

1) go to puspakom afterthat get letter fail
2)send letter to bahagian kejuruteraan jpj.
3)after get letter you must take your car to profesional engineer to inspect.
4)after got letter you take your car to puspakom again
5)after lulus puspakom then bring your grants letter to chop your already change engine.

FYI,
Not much changing for hyundai trajet to put mitsubishi airtrek turbo engine because hyundai use mitsubishi technology for their cars.
 

evo69

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I'm using ron95 + octane booster for my E7... So far so good... I believe even pump ron95 alone oso no issue...
Why you go difficult way.Just go to shell and put in RON97 Vpower.If you use RON95 + Octane booster= RON97.Same result what.

You try pump pure RON95 for a month and then you can get the result.

1)Your RPM will drop.
2)Engine vibrate
3)No power
4)Suddenly engine die

Just my 2 cents opinion.....
 

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