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wanida

Posted 14 December 2007 - 11:46 AM

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I wonder whether this guy's issue has been resolved...pity him...

MASIH MAHU BELI KERETA NAZA-KIA - FIKIR HABIS2 SEBELUM
> MENYESAL TAK SUDAH ???????
>
>
> Dear Friends,
>
> What you are about to read below is a true, real life story.....MY
story.
> Pls read very2 carefully right from the beginning till the end.
Kemudian
> nilailah, hakimlah sendiri dan fikirlah berkali2 sebelum bercadang utk
> membeli any of NAZA-KIA cars. Adalah tujuan saya disini hanya utk
> berkongsi pengalaman dan memberi peringatan kpd rakan2 diluar sana
akan
> peristiwa pahit saya berurusan dgn NAZA-KIA dan kalau boleh jgnlah ada
> lagi customer yg terpaksa tempuhi apa yg saya lalui. Juga, semoga
tindakan
> saya ini akan membuka sedikit mata pihak pengurusan NAZA-KIA agar
tidak
> memandang rendah golongan kecil spt kita. Saya difahamkan hari ini,
bahawa
> keputusan NAZA-KIA adalah muktamad dan tidak akan melayan lagi apa2
> permintaan saya. Semoga Tuhan memberi kekuatan kpd saya utk saya
dptkan
> kembali hak saya dgn doa dan pertolongan kawan2 semua. This is my
first
> 'crusade' and God willing, more will come. Saya kira sudah sampai masa
utk
> pihak Naza-kia pula merasa all the sufferings and hardships that's I
have
> been thru kerana saya telah memberi 'ample times' to them to respond
> accordingly, but to no avail.
>
> Saya sgt yakin bahawa semua ini berlaku kerana saya ni 'nobody'....org
> biasa shj spt sahabat2 lain yg tak memberi sebarang 'impact' kpd
mereka,
> so, tak perlu dilayan sgt dan' irrelevant' pada pandangan mereka. Saya
tak
> rasa kes sebegini boleh berlaku sekiranya saya ni seorang anak VIP ke,
> anak Dato'ke atau anak Menteri ke yg sudah pasti layanan yg segera dan
> 'favourable'akan diberikan....percayalah!!!
>
> Apa yg sgt2 dikesalkan ialah sehingga kini tiada penjelasan langsung
> diberikan kpd saya atas kegagalan pihak NAZA-KIA utk RECALLED
kenderaan yg
> diketahui 'DEFECT' dari terus bergerak diatas jalanraya, lantas
meletakkan
> nyawa manusia dlm bahaya demi keuntungan semata2. Atau sekurang2nya
> menghubungi pelanggan2 yg terlibat spt saya utk tujuan pemeriksaan
lanjut.
> Lebih memburukkan, jika merujuk kpd 2 jawapan yg diberikan, tiada
> permohonan maaf langsung dari mereka diatas kesilapan yg dilakukan yg
sgt2
> membebankan pelanggan....sungguh2 tidak bermaruah dan
bertanggungjawab.
> Even my request for extended warranty period for the new celinder head
> replaced was rejected. Kesimpulan mudah saya disini ialah pihak
Pengurusan
> Naza-Kia yg ada bersikap bodoh sombong dan ianya begitu terserlah
disini.
> Bodoh kerana tak mampu menjawap soalan mudah yg diajukan dan sombong
> kerana tidak mahu memohon maaf secara rasmi dan mengakui
> kesilapan/kelemahan sendiri.
>
> Utk makluman, sehingga hari ini, saya tidak direfund satu sen
pun..DUIT
> SAYA, HAK SAYA. Saya hanya minta dipulangkan balik apa yg telah saya
> belanjakan atas kesilapan/kecuaian mereka, itu shj......tapi beginilah
> sikap mereka, tidak serius, prihatin, tamak dan acuh tak acuh shj.
Saya
> memang tak halalkan dunia akhirat. Jika tak dapat di dunia, saya akan
> tuntut di Mahsyar nanti, InsyaAllah. Bagi saya, mereka sendiri yg
> mengundang padah. Jika nak dibandingkan dgn tuntutan kerugian saya yg
tak
> sampai pun RM2000 dgn keuntungan NAZA-KIA yg beratus juta....berapalah
> sgt, 'too immaterial' dan 'too insignificance'.... Memang tak berbaloi
> langsung bila sampai ke tahap ini kesannya. Tapi, mereka sendiri yg
> memaksa saya utk bertindak sejauh ini, so, 'besar tapak tangan, nyiru
saya
> tadahkan'.
>
> Kalau beginilah sikap syarikat bumiputra Islam yg ada skrg, yg tiada
Etika
> dan Roh ISLAM dlm urusan berjual beli, yg tak kenal halal haram dlm
> membuat keuntungan dan sanggup menganiaya org lain, tunggulah saaee: Frehhoho\S3s (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('524057', '', '58761', 'Andy214', '219.95.163.51','1188041297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', 'teewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ','Andy214@1');H!XS3Wira, the electrical is really not stable
or have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim
or bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any
electrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed
Voltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the
problem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install
grounding as well.

Well, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit...
and as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits,
where stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so
*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way,
the site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer,
so most probably it was not necessary.

As replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is
already very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll
be worth an upgrade.

Lastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can
install it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest
on something my car already have and most probably it will make no
difference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working
performance parts.

Tough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those
stuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under
warranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because
I think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.




Just go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades.
Cost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny.
Just try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price
if you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal.

I did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth,
pivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot
ignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my
MPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device.

1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only
engine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit
more torque. Not a very good mod to increase power.

2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS)
somewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt
(HP).

3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of
mind on my battery.

4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque.

5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just
ONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is
definitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its
performance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap.

If you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable.
Next up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition,
whereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power.

Interesting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last,
and still got the MOST effect out of it.
This one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\"
grounding cables added up. e,hteewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ery o((xx`S3s (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('524057', '', '58761', 'Andy214', '219.95.163.51','1188041297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', 'teewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ','Andy214@1');!os (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('524057', '', '58761', 'Andy214', '219.95.163.51','1188041297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', 'teewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ','Andy214@1');
!)h, but\nat least it looks a better now.\n\nAnother 206 quirk is the unusual driving position. Those with long legs\nhave to sit with their legs spayed apart, but this is less of a problem\nwithout having a clutch of handle.\n\nAs for the new tiptronic transmission that allows manual override, the\ngearbox is not quite as immediate as a fully manual gearbox, but having the\noption to change gears at will is welcomed.\n\nHow It Stacks Up\nMost drivers will probably find that Peugeot\'s solution of offering an\nautomatic gearbox with manual override more acceptable than the clutchless\nmanual gearboxes offered on the Ford Fiesta, Opel Meriva and Citroen C3\n1.6. Left to change gears by itself, the 206\'s tiptronic is smoother and\nresponds more predictably than the \"auto\" mode of Ford\'s ASM or Opel\'s\nEasytronic gearbox.\n\nOn the other hand, if one is used to a manual gearbox, and wants to remain\npredominantly in control of when gear changes occur, then the clutchless\nmanual is more immediate and rewarding.\n\nThis means that the Peugeot remains a nice little town car that may be\nslightly anachronistic in certain areas, but is definitely full of charm\nand character.\nTechnical Specifications\n\n\nMODEL\nPeugeot 206 automatic\n\nENGINE\nEngine: 1361cc 8V in-line four\nMax Power: 75bhp at 5500rpm\nMax Torque: 120Nm at 2800rpm\n\nTRANSMISSION\nfour-speed automatic with tiptronic\n\nTOP SPEED\n163 kmh\n\n0-100km/h\n17.3s','izzm4884@1');ble f9 holes, offset -25 to -28.

Masters of 206 out there, please help to correct if it's not correct,
especially the part about the sport rims.fferXI\:n, as you\'ve\nalready said. I think fitting them will also invalidate your warranty. So\nbest thing is to change your driving style to be more smooth and anticipate\nthe road conditions/traffic sonditions to avoid sudden braking/accelerations.','audionutter@1');rati  ,R3y((h.i can switch it on...after auto off...no stanby/CD/radio mode...the
audio system is totally offhl)ynna get Naza Bestari..))hL0hn`!hH()@1$R3_ (ttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superchargerriendly.asp?file=/2007/3/4/ms_workshops/16895048.asp&sec=ms_workshopsor+Citra%3F3FlleywItemsed=&page=2 \nfax us the bank in slip. We will send you the ticket about 3 weeks before \nthe actual event. \n\ne ) dont understand. naza SA?1)
h~Linky1@he....jaga2 masa kopek sticker Felio tu..jangan sampai kena tangkap
dgn. tokey kedai potong tu.... ', ')y(nna get Naza Bestaria))Uh_Ja!):55.000y!(3058807', '11854', 'accord timing belt putus', '0', 'hermuss', 'fbfbc73898b8ffdccb3d9eb2603f02fd', '61690'(yPP done the above on my other car, I had no hesitation
on installing the Pivot Grounding Cable + Pivot Earth on my GFs 206 at
the same time.

I just thought they were going to perform, and perform they did.

Happy Journeys...alli  XXh!S3؆ 'd351bc669be9aa64d056f95aeccfa55f', '4151', 'hari,\n\nThanks, I\'ve already mentioned btw =P\n\nThat guy also custom made his spoiler, but he doesn\'t rebadged it back to \nPeugeot. Wonder if he\'s in the li(!!)y`x,()@yHks....\"Smile\">(yh~1'); '691$R3y(p3269573', '10893', 'Gua Musang - Jeli, route 66', '0', 'cygnus', '1e0405fda70941b349905dab02551ed0', '8071yyh:for the tag
inside got 50...

ldp ...kesas... sri hartamas tol... sprint tol...damansara tol.....

yy32546488', '10805', 'Beware !! Kancil ADD 8609', '0', 'eddievh', '4f90dab4dccb2af27c203d33c1571b94', '6266yy=3321769', '24376', 'KIA Sorento', '0', 'mykereta', '3112c3620a3735d9dcf0dcf096416f07', '37025', '8Tj@yTR3X641', '35597', '690g('Andy214@1');')@(shhHx7!)2007-08-25 19:28:17.000y!4 src=\"http://202.157.189.199/forum/images/emoticons/smile_angry.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Angry\">
ydyne82,

would suggest you take your car into the SC to get them to diagnose.

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soft spot for wood.rge me?yy 0ks for the replies. will post in the correct forum in the future.

cheers,
wps 'y4135R3y83606026', '35487', 'My new Rondo Arrived', '0', 'mdazani', 'c502c833d96e96c5b2f86e9d3a6ab047', '7076', ''yy8566619', '11474', '2006 Civic VS Mazda3', '0', 'Ronk', 'f06da333ceffae76e632a03019bba6e0', '89880', ', 'y8,

Maybe you can try inquire at RS Impressive.
They did a BOT on a Bestari last year. It was featured in Hypertune
magazine.
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give money to these people.tyy=2668883', '24338', 'Kia Picanto Owner', '0', 'fussycat', 'caedf647120fe30e029fec09ddb9017b', '36641', 'R3yR3R3297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', ' WHERE$R3yeducation prob then what? See ppl in SG and JPN. Do you think parents
there not busy? Why they Q?(yDPD(y(ably it is in their heads that beating the jam is considered
an \'emergency\' for themselves...'yy2172275', '35552', 'Naza Suria (Kia Picanto)', '0', 'Tourist', 'b4f2279896afaa17b303606a999cff39', '17150y,

Thanks, I\'ve already mentioned btw =P

That guy also custom made his spoiler, but he doesn\'t rebadged it back to
Peugeot. Wonder if he\'s in the list of 206 owners =P

yard my fren there got spycam for speed trap at jalan mahameru to pj
under the kl sentral flyover..yy... the sportivo version so nice and they don\'t wanna sell...

too bad for them lar...06yh0S3have already done the above on my other car, I had no hesitation
on installing the Pivot Grounding Cable + Pivot Earth on my GFs 206 at
the same time.

I just thought they were going to perform, and perform they did.

Happy Journeys...
e Andy214y9568997', '10889', 'Ghost at South-North Bound', '0', 'Twilight', '77cd7b9268c2a66de26c70291fb13d49', '44699y2  J/FileIDIDast ni96y*8217044', '10889', 'Ghost at South-North Bound', '0', 'y2j', 'f4f7c18c76e17d8be2d6b4c39d8a33ee', '4379', 'yy* - 120 Nm @ 3200 rpm...
Are you sure?? that is the kembara figure, not Myvi, though same engine.ndy\H`Ds (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('523990', '', '48066', 'ahmz1969', '210.187.95.195','1151021916', '35591', 'Pug 206 1.4 singapore review', '0', 'ahmz1969', 'fcb329f037945789c6ed52a44df2c6af', '427', 'Betul!!','ahmz1969@1');
yF2839938', '11160', 'speedtrap photo from Sri hartamas', '0', 'tpl', '39a802f06c3a8aa113b069c977f6ca3a', 'nyy src=\"http://203.115.193.189/forum/images/emoticons/smile_approve.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Approve\">,R3(yh1(y(uld advise strongly against the Ria unless it is RM50K new. SOrento
would be a better buy. f], 'y y5239181', '10891', 'Gold Avanza BHN 2074', '0', 'cygnus', 'a6a8699b2913c6d8ed2d82d7a5379982', '7311', 'Q?)y|z?1 @))x}@` )oo.comy H1528002', '10814', 'BFH 9917 accident !!!', '0', 'yokomo', '52be0a8c6c3356daa01c9efc834e0770', '2033', '6yyPond n or anybody..

unable to join hcoc yahoo groups la..when can i get my pasword??R3P9yN
<p0DMsgNotifyP!92008-01-11 12:31:08.000y!5.. Big Smile928y703ogfiley`mG,
how sure r u abt dis?...i dun think so ler..but d B16A2 is definitely not
a JDM engine..hehehehl tu.)y0>~(a0)) a!)2007-12-14 11:46:21.000y!x src=\"http://202.157.189.199/forum/images/emoticons/smile_approve.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Approve\">
yWxy1246281', '35486', 'my new blackie', '0', 'gilamon206', '6bd159c1cb0f4bd14bd5b8dd42585cf6', '452', ' 06,)yJpUh_!)oo.comy!X5kcivic....

Just curious....do we have b16a engine in our local civic range?
say civic 99 ?
tq
6799Ayo x
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yyз9618490', '11282', '<<< erictck >>>', '0', 'erictck', '0e4e8cdc8203d67ed572997d8f9a9256y ! !\7lf]Check out this 206:
http://forum.206onli...ead.php?t=35953

The wheel arch and extra detail added making the lion fatter, wider, more
muscle, really makes it look good and manly.

So far, haven\'t notice any 206 install arch like the Neo or Satria GTi
which those holes, it\'ll surely looks even better.
n',3"yif u want, u can try complaining to one of the MPSJ councilour who
lives in Tmn Equine? Wnna try ur luck?yy src=\"http://i1.autoworld.com.my/forum/images/emoticons/smile_big.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Big Smile\">yR3R3bf_topics SET posts='0', last_post='1100926784', last_poster_name='hit',last_poster_userid='hit@1', last_poster_id='26020' WHERE tid='35275';y> sangat berpuas hati. nilai tol yang dikenakan adalah berpatutan
dengan perkhidmatan yang ditawarkan.086dyLS3his 206:\nhttp://forum.206online.com/showthread.php?t=35953\n\nThe wheel arch and extra detail added making the lion fatter, wider, more \nmuscle, really makes it look good and manly. \n\nSo far, haven\'t notice any 206 install arch like the Neo or Satria GTi \nwhich those holes, it\'ll surely looks even better.\nAX] (awSenderPostCountr.[aw_0ypB9039763', '10896', 'Gua Tempurung stretch OK?', '0', 'manfred', '05955aa71aa43d46d833a87f848a76cd', '5836 'yyȺs a waste of rice to have ppl like this on earth. I heck care they
live or die, don\'t dent my caryyC8991686', '12217', 'B16A - DA6 or EF9?', '0', 'mADmAN', 'adf0e05547bd0661fc52c3e623b17299', '54117', '''Ayan,

You mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPhAB  ReplyToI8qLR3(`0!580';yh@?egee\'s car can rev 9.5k, thats not basically, actually and stockedly,
stock eh?

ha ha ha ha ha

f]yyheck out your doubts at Motor Trader forum.I own a 2.4 as well. No
major problems.Go buy it.0191kyy2835386', '35485', 'My 206B History', '0', 'Andy214', '98b2eb8ba8802b10c9a7f426b5bf3b2d', '5662', '', ')yh_@U!J0)x``L&UID14)0nna get Naza Bestariy)9075996', '11401', '1st view of City ZX', '0', 'ytlim', '479ad8c85d3bd2e07bf3d5f009900bf3', '85337', ' 'byy`car,
from your comment, looks like it is the problem with the SC liao???
That is bad!!!yy src=\"http://i1.autoworld.com.my/forum/images/emoticons/smile_big.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Big Smile\">?yy`K src=\"http://203.115.193.189/forum/images/emoticons/smile_approve.gif\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Approve\"> '
)yO0 0A)-y@%oo77,

Please send your pictures to khyee68@yahoo.com also. Thank you very much.
yy1470532', '35486', 'my new blackie', '0', 'affleck', '46ffa06b5f82d703e9532dced6f512cf', '439', 'torIPR3)yh33())%`! )~:14.000y maybe it could have been a fake gun but, only an idiot will take the
risk of confirming that suspicion. @y(P\'re right , supercharger is siutable for 206, but
supercharger is limited charge only wo.. supercharger makes yah pick up
faster but top speed remains the same..plus, supercharger is xpansive leh.
u can alwiz check this out at www.vortech.com for the supercharger)@HaLA0))A(  )~:22.000y 7917058', '11817', 'accord\' s club', '0', 'Justice01', 'a50665636d792787707fd94f6f3a9194', '58811', '$R3yyp.. \"Big(y`4(y(2669167', '10893', 'Gua Musang - Jeli, route 66', '0', 'tissue', '88e2d030a7d3be75a6c6d95c64e5c212', '6760)y
`h))J )P3:37.000y Phere any hotel in kuala krai ? planning my trip there, so donno to
stop at kuala krai or kota bahru. thnxy؎y3ably it is in their heads that beating the jam is considered
an \'emergency\' for themselves...rlfyynow I know otherwise lor \"Shy\"g.gnhyppH8nting to do grounding DIY...this is your checklist.
1) Get your grounding points right

2) Get proper tools to do it(not the ones at the boot)

3) Make very sure the cables are secured properly. I had to spend Rm3++
ringgit to replace on aircon tube that was touching the cables loosly.
See, when the engine moves, it vibrates, those thumb sized cables
suddenly will cause a lot friction to the other components that are in
contact with it. So make sure it is securely tied down and no loose slack
should touch any component in the engine bay.

Happy DIY :)Y$R38ByhP&, I was one of them but not now after getting
explanations from other forumers two years ago.!!ttyyHBli sekala pi kL keje tu , NAIK LA MOTorsikal.

tgk aku lecturer pun naik kapchai je.

PI ****pro**gov**yyewlim8,

where did you change it? anyone else know of other types of absorbers for
SV4? cheers....... y%H I wonder whether this guy's issue has been resolved...pity him...

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> membuat keuntungan dan sanggup menganiaya org lain, tunggulah saaee: Frehhoho\S3s (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('524057', '', '58761', 'Andy214', '219.95.163.51','1188041297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', 'teewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ','Andy214@1');H!XS3Wira, the electrical is really not stable
or have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim
or bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any
electrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed
Voltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the
problem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install
grounding as well.

Well, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit...
and as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits,
where stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so
*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way,
the site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer,
so most probably it was not necessary.

As replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is
already very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll
be worth an upgrade.

Lastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can
install it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest
on something my car already have and most probably it will make no
difference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working
performance parts.

Tough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those
stuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under
warranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because
I think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.




Just go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades.
Cost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny.
Just try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price
if you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal.

I did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth,
pivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot
ignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my
MPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device.

1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only
engine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit
more torque. Not a very good mod to increase power.

2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS)
somewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt
(HP).

3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of
mind on my battery.

4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque.

5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just
ONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is
definitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its
performance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap.

If you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable.
Next up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition,
whereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power.

Interesting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last,
and still got the MOST effect out of it.
This one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\"
grounding cables added up. e,hteewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. ery o((xx`S3s (pid, edit_time, author_id, author_name, ip_address, post_date, topic_id, post_title, new_topic, edit_name, post_key, post_parent, post, old_UserID) VALUES ('524057', '', '58761', 'Andy214', '219.95.163.51','1188041297', '35597', 'RE: Voltage Stabilizer Information (Also FC Myth)', '0', 'Andy214', '380a88ea3d00bb879d582a7c8dfdcf1c', '4135', 'teewan,\n\nYou mentioned you drove an MPV, what MPV is that? \n\nAs I\'ve mentioned, the site mentioned about that continentals already \nhave BUILT-IN Voltage Stabilizer. The voltage stabilizer was targeted at \nMalaysian market on malaysian cars and also japanese and korean cars in \nMalaysia. \n\nFor my previous car, which is a Wira, the electrical is really not stable \nor have many problem, one most obvious one is the lights will can go dim \nor bright as you rev, etc. But for the Pug, so far, I didn\'t notice any \nelectrical problems, it very smooth and good. But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. I wanted to feel the effect of each device. \n\n1. Installed the Pivot volt stabilizer (blue) and difference was only \nengine was idling slightly smoother, perhaps also a little little bit \nmore torque. Not a very good mod to increase power. \n\n2. Installed Pivot Ignition (Red thingy, similar to the Blue VS) \nsomewhere near ignition wiring inside car, definitely more power felt\n(HP). \n\n3. Installed Pivot Raizin, only helps on visual appeal and also peace of \nmind on my battery. \n\n4. Installed Pivot Earth, and it improved low to medium range torque. \n\n5. Pivot Grounding - I am also not sure bout the naming, but this is just \nONE BLACK CABLE (hmm... was it two? hehe). This mod, in my opinion, is \ndefinitely the best gadge I have ever installed. At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable had more effect than a bunchful of \"ordinary\" \ngrounding cables added up. 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But anyway, I installed \nVoltage Stabilizer on my Wira before and it didn\'t completely solve the \nproblem as well, just slight better,... probably I need to install \ngrounding as well.\n\nWell, for your GFs 206, you install both the VS and the Grounding Kit... \nand as mentione in the another link I provided about grounding kits, \nwhere stock are not efficient enough due to the quality provided, so \n*probably* your GFs 206 was benefit from the grounding kit. By the way, \nthe site did not mentioned about upgrading/installing Voltage Stabilizer, \nso most probably it was not necessary.\n\nAs replied by sacker, the original grounding kit quality for 206 is \nalready very good, so unless you get some better quality ones then it\'ll \nbe worth an upgrade.\n\nLastly, of course, as long as it does not do harm to your car, you can \ninstall it whether itdoes give you benefit or not. But for me, to invest \non something my car already have and most probably it will make no \ndifference, I\'d rather invest on some other more logical/working \nperformance parts. \n\nTough, I would want to know if it\'s really working of course, plus, those \nstuffs looks cool under the hood. Btw, for those whose car still under \nwarranty, kindly check if installing these will void the warranty because \nI think anything messes with the electrical system will void the warranty.\n\n\n\n\nJust go for a test drive, and u will like these kinds of upgrades. \nCost wise not very cheap, but worth every penny. \nJust try it, and if buy from KL Auto, they will refund you the FULL price \nif you don\'t like it, but will charge you for installation/removal. \n\nI did a one-by-one installation of pivot grounding cable, pivot earth, \npivot volt stabilizer, pivot raizin (volt monitoring) and also pivot \nignition (not sure bout the name, but the thing is red in color) on my \nMPV. 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At about RM200, its \nperformance gain is very obvious, while being quite cheap. \n\nIf you only had RM200 to spend, I recommend the Pivot Grounding Cable. \nNext up could be either the Pivot Grounding or the Red Pivot Ignition, \nwhereby the Grounding is more torque, ignition is more power. \n\nInteresting thing to note, is that I did the Pivot Grounding Cable last, \nand still got the MOST effect out of it. \nThis one (or two..) cable

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armereth

Posted 14 December 2007 - 04:11 PM

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Thanks for sharing your experience

I have now taken Naza Citra/Ria off my MPV shopping list. Seriously
considered it but with some reservation in terms of reliability. Now I
think the decision is made. Both Naza Citra and Ria is off my list

Thanks again. Hope you will get what you want

Arms

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 12:41 AM

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difinitely won't go for citra..... thaks for the info bro...

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 07:51 AM

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Go for Grand Livina by Nissan...launching soon...Big Smile

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 10:10 PM

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Have you tried mailing The Star / Utusan / BHarian or other local
newspaper or are they all linked together as always?

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wanida

Posted 17 December 2007 - 08:16 AM

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Hi all respective forumners,
First of all, these case is not happened to me, it actually from someone
else..u may clarify with him at the h/p humber attached..

just forward it to all of you in order for us to evaluate these vehicle
and level of customer service they have (I didn't mention both are
poor!), and it is also not to aggravate nor provoking all of you to avoid
buying NAZA vehicles...THINK..Wink

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nazer

Posted 17 December 2007 - 11:46 AM

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This is my personal experience..

Bought naza car and few months later my freind want to change his care
to citra.. I told him about my car defects and how I suffered,
being "tor...chered" and cheated by naza staff. Staff only know to give
you empty promises.. Especially the higher post he is, the bigger his
boooo shit!

Luckily my friend choose other korean car and he is happy with his car
now.. The korean company even put in effort to get another marketing agent
to get the feedback/survey from the customer. This is what we call
customer care service, they not called once but twice within 3 months time.

Enuff said. Choice is yours..

Good luck.


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zeese

Posted 17 December 2007 - 04:35 PM

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Bro.. try filekan complain kat tribunal pengguna.. pernah satu kes yg
saya baca.. rasanya dlm forum nih jugak kot.. lama dah.. dia tak puas
hati beli motosikal comel.. problem sana, problem sini.. last2, filekan
komplen kat tribunal pengguna. last2, dia dpt balik duit dia (total
refund).

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Posted 18 December 2007 - 11:46 AM

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the way i see this this is that the car has overheated quite badly thus
burning its gasket and warping its head..due to a leaking radiator. As far
as i've been told,the radiator leakage problem usually is a slow leak which
is caused by a crack where the condenser mounts are located, it would give
the driver ample warning if the owner/driver checks coolant level at least
once a week or immediately shut down the vehicle once the temp gauge shows
a rising temp..a blown gaskets or worse a damage head will only occur if
the engine suffer prolong overheating..so, despite this the owner can claim
for the defective rad but not the gaskets or head..

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Posted 18 December 2007 - 04:42 PM

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Thankasfor the info. Now I have to find other alternatives! Good Luck to
NAZA