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PostSubject: Blitz sonic.....   Wed Aug 08 2007, 17:37

as some of u guys probably know, i hv sold my BMC n gotten myself a the blitz sonic...yes yes....go ahead and snigger (u know who u are)....Razz Razz Razz nevertheless, i am enjoying my drive nw more than ever b4, bcuz the induction roar is simply.....heavenly. makes me wanna blip the throttle jus to hear the induction growl. performance wise, low end loss is there, no surprise fm a open pod, but the pull fm 3000 rpm is significantly stronger n its nw easier to redline. rsm showed a bery optimistic hp figure @ 4682 rpm, but i'm not gonna read too much into that. aesthetics wise, i guess it needs no introduction.....imho, its gotta be 1 of the nicest, if not the best, looking open pod. well....i guess tt kinda sums it sum abt blitz sonic.....

afro afroafro


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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 09 2007, 00:09

try adjustin the heatshield.. i juz love my low end..bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 09 2007, 08:38

fcuk wrote:
try adjustin the heatshield.. i juz love my low end..bounce

adjusted liao. slided the heatshield all the way to the front.......autobox has its constraints bro.....lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 09 2007, 13:58

darth vader wrote:
fcuk wrote:
try adjustin the heatshield.. i juz love my low end..bounce

adjusted liao. slided the heatshield all the way to the front.......autobox has its constraints bro.....lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Wed Aug 15 2007, 18:53

Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil .... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall.. good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent, innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 16 2007, 00:45

darth vader wrote:
as some of u guys probably know, i hv sold my BMC n gotten myself a the blitz sonic...yes yes....go ahead and snigger (u know who u are)....Razz Razz Razz nevertheless, i am enjoying my drive nw more than ever b4, bcuz the induction roar is simply.....heavenly. makes me wanna blip the throttle jus to hear the induction growl. performance wise, low end loss is there, no surprise fm a open pod, but the pull fm 3000 rpm is significantly stronger n its nw easier to redline. rsm showed a bery optimistic hp figure @ 4682 rpm, but i'm not gonna read too much into that. aesthetics wise, i guess it needs no introduction.....imho, its gotta be 1 of the nicest, if not the best, looking open pod. well....i guess tt kinda sums it sum abt blitz sonic.....

afro afroafro

Congrats and welcome to the BSC (Blitz Sonic club) Laughing Laughing Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 16 2007, 00:45

beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil .... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall.. good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent, innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower

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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 16 2007, 18:52

beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil .... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall.. good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent, innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower

my ass..................Razz Razz Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Thu Aug 16 2007, 23:58

beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil
.... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the
accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going
forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall..
good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent,
innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower



saw u at the junction today, ur bmc roars loh, from interchange can hear ur car picking up after the left turn.
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Sat Aug 18 2007, 01:21

Airlesy wrote:
beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil
.... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the
accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going
forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall..
good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent,
innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower



saw u at the junction today, ur bmc roars loh, from interchange can hear ur car picking up after the left turn.



not my filter sound lah.....maybe DV was nearby then..... lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Sat Aug 18 2007, 09:48

beemer wrote:
Airlesy wrote:
beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil
.... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the
accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going
forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall..
good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent,
innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower



saw u at the junction today, ur bmc roars loh, from interchange can hear ur car picking up after the left turn.



not my filter sound lah.....maybe DV was nearby then..... lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Sun Aug 19 2007, 15:14

beemer wrote:
Airlesy wrote:
beemer wrote:
Thanks for the test drive....Twisted Evil

In the car park... the pickup is steady... not significant lost as claimed and feared by others....Evil or Very Mad

On the road, acceleration is quite impressive... you will first hear the wonderful "sonic" tune and the power kicks in Twisted Evil
.... At high rpm.. it performs as sound.... even if you release the
accelerator, there's no "drag-back" effect... the car keeps going
forward....Arrow Arrow Arrow

Overall..
good... however, the induction sound is just too loud for a decent,
innocent, safe, LTA friendly, family man like me.....flower



saw u at the junction today, ur bmc roars loh, from interchange can hear ur car picking up after the left turn.



not my filter sound lah.....maybe DV was nearby then..... lol!



DV is everywhere!! cyclops
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Mon Aug 20 2007, 21:31

ok.....some new updates...i've mated the BLitz Sonic w a custom made 'mugen-ised' CF cylinder Razz Razz ....low end is nw comparable, if not as good, as the BMC. however, induction roar seems pretty muted....dunno if its becuz of the CF cylinder.....but, as it is nw, i'm enjoying my drive very much....looking forward to my next oil change w KIC...feeling shd be real gd. Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil




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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Tue Aug 21 2007, 02:11

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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Sat Aug 25 2007, 15:09

latest update: my new breather v/v is emitting a bery funny sound....majiam boxer sound.....i'm serious....bros who listened to it yesterday can attest to it.....No No No so its either a new breather v/v or OCT for me....haiz.....No No No liao lui.....Sad Sad Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Blitz sonic.....   Sun Aug 26 2007, 09:06

darth vader wrote:
latest update: my new breather v/v is emitting a bery funny sound....majiam boxer sound.....i'm serious....bros who listened to it yesterday can attest to it.....No No No so its either a new breather v/v or OCT for me....haiz.....No No No liao lui.....Sad Sad Sad

I got the KNN replica breather valve from Autobac at $10
Note it come with different size tubing, get the one that fits the ES
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