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02-22-2019, 08:51 AM

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Totally agree on all the points.

My wife's car had the same issues....

But I sorted all that with much lesser of a bill through a very good mechanic.

BUT YES !!! I bought the Pistons = oil rings (comes in the package) new from Japan and it cost me only 78,000/-

This is my actual costing for the entire thing

Pistons - 78,000
Spark plugs - 17,500
Gasket - 8,000
Engine oil - 3,200 (10w30)
Oil Filter - 2,800 (or something)

Misc (clips, sealers etc etc) - 4,000

Mechanic - 20,000/- + 5,000 (paid extra for speed and job bloody well done)

Total - 138,500/- ...


But I had a little issue with the break booster as well, so I had actually replaced the entire set. Could not find an original one in Sri Lanka and it would take too much time to import. So the bass went out and bought a brand new one for Honda accord or FD14 (I cant remember which) and fixed it to mine but it doesnt have the same break fluid sensor. So ended up removing the sensor fuse from the fuse board and cleaning the ECU on error messages. So that whole extravaganza cost me about 15,000/- for the break booster. I did the ECU & error code clearing from an ODB2 connector in my phone so no cost there.

if you want the contact of this Mechanic, PM me... I got to know him through a friend and he's really a good & Honest guy with proper knowledge on Engines. He's in Kadawatha.
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02-22-2019, 09:40 AM

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NO... a guy named Upali... a bit of an old chap close to Kirillawela actually.

I heard of the guy named Ruwan also., but wasnt given a good recommendation from the people I asked around actually.
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ගොඩක් අයට එන්න ගත්තෙ දැන් අවුරුදු 2ක විතර ඉදන්. ඒ කාලේ අලුත් පිස්ටන් එක තිබුනද හොයාගන්න?
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02-22-2019, 09:56 AM

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Mageth gp1 ekak thiyenne. Thamanam aulak na. Anika oye chassis number range eken pita mahe eka nam
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02-22-2019, 10:03 AM

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Totally agree on all the points.

My wife's car had the same issues....

But I sorted all that with much lesser of a bill through a very good mechanic.

BUT YES !!! I bought the Pistons = oil rings (comes in the package) new from Japan and it cost me only 78,000/-

This is my actual costing for the entire thing

Pistons - 78,000
Spark plugs - 17,500
Gasket - 8,000
Engine oil - 3,200 (10w30)
Oil Filter - 2,800 (or something)

Misc (clips, sealers etc etc) - 4,000

Mechanic - 20,000/- + 5,000 (paid extra for speed and job bloody well done)

Total - 138,500/- ...


But I had a little issue with the break booster as well, so I had actually replaced the entire set. Could not find an original one in Sri Lanka and it would take too much time to import. So the bass went out and bought a brand new one for Honda accord or FD14 (I cant remember which) and fixed it to mine but it doesnt have the same break fluid sensor. So ended up removing the sensor fuse from the fuse board and cleaning the ECU on error messages. So that whole extravaganza cost me about 15,000/- for the break booster. I did the ECU & error code clearing from an ODB2 connector in my phone so no cost there.

if you want the contact of this Mechanic, PM me... I got to know him through a friend and he's really a good & Honest guy with proper knowledge on Engines. He's in Kadawatha.

Thank you! yes, if the repair is done by a third party instead of the stafford, you can do it for a significantly lower price. Can you explain more about the problem of the brake booster?
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02-22-2019, 10:05 AM

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