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Post  jollifello on Sun Apr 27, 2008 7:21 pm

Hello to all fellow bravo owners!

Just got my bravo t-jet yesterday in a beautiful white. I'm practically driving with a big grin on my face now. Smile My previous cars were a hyundai tuscani, and a mitsubishi colt. And I must say the bravo drives the best so far.

But I'm starting to get worried with the paintwork maintainence. Will be very siong to upkeep, I foresee!

A brief intro - I'm in my 30s, work in the IT line, like some of you. Hope to catch up with you folks in the next meetup if possible.

I have one question though - do we need to break in the engine at all? Anyone with past experience? The manual doesn't say anything at all

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Post  Anders on Mon Apr 28, 2008 11:45 am

jollifello wrote:Hello to all fellow bravo owners!

Just got my bravo t-jet yesterday in a beautiful white. I'm practically driving with a big grin on my face now. Smile My previous cars were a hyundai tuscani, and a mitsubishi colt. And I must say the bravo drives the best so far.

But I'm starting to get worried with the paintwork maintainence. Will be very siong to upkeep, I foresee!

A brief intro - I'm in my 30s, work in the IT line, like some of you. Hope to catch up with you folks in the next meetup if possible.

I have one question though - do we need to break in the engine at all? Anyone with past experience? The manual doesn't say anything at all

Hi Welcome, White Bravo nice. will need a lot of effort to take care. Its still best to run in your new car.
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Post  chinalim on Mon Apr 28, 2008 1:18 pm

jollifello wrote:But I'm starting to get worried with the paintwork maintainence. Will be very siong to upkeep, I foresee!

I have one question though - do we need to break in the engine at all? Anyone with past experience? The manual doesn't say anything at all

i use Amazing Glaze to protect my paintwork... already had it on for 3 months & it still shines like as if in showroom condition. of course, you hve to wash your car regularly. i do it my own twice a week.

no need to run in your car for the 1st 1k... this is a t-jet right? it's build for turbo just drive like a turbo car... not to forget that DUN FLOOR the gas pedal the moment you start your engine... wait until engine warm up while driving then get into turbo as you will.

we're having a gathering on 30th apr... join in the fun. it'll be a first time for me as well.

also, dun forget to go into Road Encounters -> colour of your bravo & add on the list.

enjoy the drive.... afro
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Post  jollifello on Mon Apr 28, 2008 2:40 pm

thanks guys for the suggestions!

I will try to make it for the gathering, but may be little late.

cheers

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Post  MXF on Sat May 03, 2008 11:14 pm

welcome bro....hope to see u soon.

just a side question...dun u find our bravo sus too soft? Laughing

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Post  MXF on Sat May 03, 2008 11:14 pm

welcome bro....hope to see u soon.

just a side question...dun u find our bravo sus too soft? Laughing

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