Saturday, September 22, 2012


The Daihatsu Charade was a subcompact car sold from 1977 to the present.

The Charade was restyled in 1996, only two years after release (with the codename G203). It had a ‘smiley face’ grille and changed headlights, looking more like its Toyota sibling the Starlet. It was produced until 2000.

Friday, September 21, 2012


Just a reminder for drivers out there to slow down at any nearby mosque area especially during friday prayers.

Thanks a lot

Buckle up, drive safe and have a nice day.

Monday, September 17, 2012

For sale: B series turbo kit

Price is about BND$1200
For Honda B series

More info please call up : +6738795352

Sunday, September 16, 2012


As the title says "white" i saw this two cars with the front of the car showing a smiling face , smiling face with a front mount intercooler, i didn't manage to interview the owner, but i did manage to take some photo's

Hanging out

Its been a really long time i haven't went to the beach, so decided to go with jim and see if there is any cool place to do photo shoot. I manage to see Swift club Brunei there as well.

Meet up

today i met up with deen my old touge rival, still impress to what he has done to his lil touge machine. After the meet up we did some few runs and honestly deen is totally a touge freak and i really hate his setup ^_^ deen : peace no war hohoho

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Photo session

2 nice looking ride with simple mods has been done,i did ask what was their target for the coming near future, well if they can manage to squeeze out 150 whp on 1nz engine using on N/A setup only that will be pretty much awesome. Yeah we will see how it goes soon.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Compact meet up

aray ride just came out from a long major surgery. So i called out the rest of the lil munsta to come over to meet us up. The photoshoot wasn't that bad i guess, anyway the important thing is that i manage to get some shot and some of them did come as well

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Coilovers any good?

Advantages of a Coilover Suspension

  • Good handling. Some enthusiasts point to improved handling with coilovers as opposed to some of the stock suspension systems that come from the factory. Setting up a custom suspension can help that system do more of the work in cornering and other parts of the drive.
  • Adjustability. Drivers love that these custom suspensions are adjustable. That's great for anyone who wants a "low ride" for their car. On the other hand, for off-road coilovers, a high setting will often be preferable. Being able to set your suspension any way you want to is a huge plus for these kinds of systems.
  • Prestige. Telling your auto-buff friends that you installed a coilover suspension will probably get you some points. The better kinds of coilovers are well regarded in the car community as useful custom aftermarket parts, and some of the best cars around run on these kinds of specialized setups.

Cons of a Coilover Suspension

  • Stiff ride. Some drivers report that coilovers lead to a stiff, uncomfortable ride. In some cases, this is because poor quality coilovers were not able to be configured correctly. Buying cheaper coilovers can really compromise ride quality and even safety, so experts recommend springing for a set with a good reputation.
  • Possible failure. As mentioned, cheap and poorly made coilovers can be a real liability on the road. Some "sleeve type" designs can fail in certain kinds of driving. Read up on various kinds of coilovers before buying, to make sure they're not getting into a situation involving added risk on the road.
  • Space hogging setups. There's only so much room under the frame of your car, and for some drivers, coilovers tend to eat up more than their share. Coilovers can come into contact with parts like a sway bar, tangle up wires and cables for systems like antilock brakes, or even end up in contact with tires, chewing off the sidewall. These are serious issues, and you should look carefully at your particular wheel area before trying to fit another item into your car.

Leaf Springs

Leaf spring suspension is a simpler system because the vehicle's axle suspends the spring. This makes it sturdier, with higher load bearing limits. It also comes in useful when jacking a car or truck up because the leaf springs respond better to being lifted. They are also less expensive. There are downsides to a leaf spring suspension. They are less adjustable and having fixed points around the chassis of the vehicle offers far less movement, making them slightly more bumpy.

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Sunday, September 2, 2012

CAI vs SRI : whats the difference?

What is the difference between a cold air intake and a short ram intake?
As the name implies, a short ram intake is "short". Due to it's size, the intake pipe doesn't stretch far away from the intake manifold, so the air filter remains somewhere near the engine. A cold air intake has longer piping, and is designed to push the air filter away from the engine into an area that has colder air, hence the name cold air intake. Typically, since the cold air intake draws in cooler air it usually makes more horsepower than a short ram. However, depending on engine design, this isn't always the case, and we'll explain further below. A short ram intake is generally less expensive as well, and easier to install and service since the air filter is typically easy to see when you pop the hood. A cold air intake is longer, and places the air filter farther away, sometimes in a fender, so installation is more difficult as is service, and is usually more expensive.

Short Ram Intake
The short ram intake is generally designed to replace your stock air box. Most stock cars come with a plastic box with a plastic hose connected to the throttle body (or directly to the turbo). A performance aftermarket short ram intake typically has a hard pipe made of aluminum that replaces the stock rubber pipe, and the stock air box is replaced with a open element air filter. This generally gives you a good power increase over stock because you are replacing the restrictive air box with an open element air filter, and replacing the rubber hose (which is usually accordion like on the inside) with a smooth metal pipe. Most quality short ram intakes are calibrated through design to keep the stock air/fuel mixtures the same as stock to not throw any check engine lights. Sometimes a manufacture won't offer a cold air intake when their research shows it doesn't increase power over a short ram intake.

Cold Air Intake
A cold air intake is designed to place the air filter as far away from the hot engine as possible. Especially important when your radiator fan turns on, it will not blow the hot air into your air filter as with most short rams. Some manufactures make the cold air intake so that it places the air filter inside a fender or under a fender to try and capture as much cold air as possible. When an engine takes in colder air, it's packed with more oxygen, and creates more power. When a intake manufacture tests the intake, they test different air filter locations to see which is the coolest location. This usually creates more power over a short ram, but due to the location the air filter gets dirty faster, is harder to install, and harder to maintain when the air filter needs to be cleaned.

Beware of fake stuff: HKS hybrid filter

Good day all

Nowdays most aftermarket parts is really hard to say whether its original or fake. Today i m just gonna show some picture of fake hks hybrid filter

Picture we given from HKS dealer to know which one is fake, but it really hard to tell which is which. Why not buy fake? Cos original are tested to cope within certain power. Fake stuff are not tested and may empty your wallet in no time.