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Old 06-29-2006, 03:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hello there! i just bought a suzuki every 660 automatic, does anyone know any good talyer to check up / tune up my every? and just in case i need to change some parts do they sell suzuki parts in banawe?

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Old 06-29-2006, 08:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Hello there! i just bought a suzuki every 660 automatic, does anyone know any good talyer to check up / tune up my every? and just in case i need to change some parts do they sell suzuki parts in banawe?

thanks.

Hi there Shadowrun! welcome to our forum. yes you can find a shop in Banawe because i went there when i needed something on my carry van. but i found a store that sells genuine suzuki parts along araneta. if you are coming from SM Sta mesa it should be on the left side and you would need to take a u turn. they hava big Suzuki Logo. the owner is chinese. i forgot the name di ko makita resibo. anyway i bought a bearing (front wheel) which costs there P650 but in banawe it costs P950. its not that i dont trust the mechanics in banawe but i havent tried them yet. I go to my personal mechanic who lived in pasong tamo. or i would recommend you go to Cruven. they have free estimate before they even touch your car you would know all in all how much it will costs. here is their website: http://www.cruven.bravehost.com/ look for Rick.

or if you like i can refer you to my mechanic. just txt me 09178864492

by the way i hope you can join us. we are forming a club here for owners of Suzuki mini van and trucks - any small car actually.

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Am very glad for the infos, it will be very helpful, i will txt you if i need to have to borrow your mechanic .

Regarding your club...i'd be glad to join you in your club.

regards and thanks!
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Old 06-30-2006, 02:51 AM   #4 (permalink)
 
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i think you are referring to olympia sir pascalhatesworm. i bought my wheel bearing and axle bearing there. 650 for the wheel bearing and 480 for the axle bearing. i made a good discovery on my axle bearings. when the machine shop was dismantling the axle bearing and lock, they discovered that the bearing installed was just like any ordinary bearing. the machine shop repairman refused to install the bearings supplied by olympia since there was a bulge on one side of the bearing. installing it, according to them, would result to only about 75% locking contact between the shaft and the lock. i heed their advice to look for the same bearing and i found one at united bearing. its also along araneta same side as olympia. i then returned the axle bearing supplied by olympia even though they insisted that there are presently no exact replacement for my old bearing and that they have supplied all previous customers with the same bearing. i was disappointed with their reasoning but nevertheless satisfied at having found a cheaper replacement.

probably the wheel bearing could also be bought at a cheaper price at united bearing or other bearing specialists. they will however need a sample to provide the replacement.
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hi shadowrun, how many km per liter do you get from your ride?
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hi shadowrun, how many km per liter do you get from your ride?
Hi there,
im dont think that is olympia. and the one they gave me is a genuine one - im sure because i checked the bearing code first before going there - its and NGK bearings.
well, im happy to know that we are somehow able to help each other here. next time i will check on NGK authorized distributor of bearings how much is the same bearing to them. i found one in Recto Ave. sa quiapo but havent inquired yet (too busy).


buy the way sa banawe there is a shop there that builds customized rubber bushings for any types of cars. those rubber bushing are made from tractor tires. so matigas at matibay according to some mechanics. the name of the store is M7. i might go there this weekend. mahilig kase ako mangalikot - bibili ako ng gamit tapos ako maglalagay. tapos pag drive ko medyo may halong kaba hehehe


Please do support or Club. i hope we can have one soon. any name you have in mind. your ideas are welcome

Best regards!
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hello, just brought the suzuki to cruven, just like pascalhatesworm said (thanks to pascalhatesworm). I had my 660 Every tuned up, i ve not yet checked how much the fuel consumption is now, but initially it was at 9 so i had to bring it for tune up already.
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Hi there shadowrun glad you can join us here.

What type of van do you have and where is the engine located? Remember the Norkis legacy pick-up? It has the same 660cc 3 cyclinder engine as our van but they say there pick-up can run to 14 to 17 km/liter with aircon. But of course the original body of the pick-up came from a suzuki mira so its much lighter than our van.

Fuel consumptions really depends on your driving style( if you have a heavy foot on the gas pedal), road conditions and destination. My van which use to have an F5 550cc 6 valve engine has a fuel consumption of 13km/liter. Since I live in Sampaloc I have to consider the countless road humps indiscriminately scattered like land mines and the traffic in Quezon Avenue and in Greenhill near Xavier school. My full tank (35 liters i guess) will last me more or less two weeks.

Hope this helps.

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Hello there yellowturtle!

the engine is located directly under the seats, it is also 3 cylinder 660cc automatic transmission suzuki. Cruven tune it up but havent tested the new consumption yet. I guess the consumption went low already after the tune cause the gauge is not that moving fast as before. anyways, will inform you.

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Hey thats cool an automatic suzuki! Is it a van or a pick up? Hope we can put in a lists of auto , aircon, electrical and accessory supplies/shops for our ride that you guys can recommend so we're able to get a quality service and parts...of course discounts na rin kung marami tayo. I've started making a lists already.

A club will be nice if we have one.
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