Archive for April, 2010

Hino Truck

Hino has a very colorful history with its roots going back to the very founding of the Tokyo Gas Industry Company in 1910. The very first vehicle produced by the company was in 1913. In 1937 the Tokyo Gas Company and Tokyo Electric Power merged together to form the automobile division of Tokyo Automobile Industry. In 1941 the company’s name was officially changed to the Diesel Motor Industry Company and eventually became known as Isuzu Motors. The very next year in 1942 Hino was born.

The trucks are modeled into two different categories. The light duty trucks include the models 145, 165 and 185. Medium duty trucks include the 238, 258, 268 and 338 models. These models have a GVW range from 23,000 to 33,000 pounds. MDT trucks also feature an 8L J08 engine which is becoming very popular. Engine compartments are very roomy and all gauges can be accessed very easily from the driver’s seat. These features, not to mention the three person cab, are helping to make Hino one of the most popularly chosen truck brands in the world for light to medium duty loads.

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Upgrade Diesel Performance

If you feel that you need most out of your vehicle, you must install one of these chips is to unleash all the features of your engine. Most chips are emissions legal, fully justified and do not affect the durability of the diesel engine. Today diesel performance chips are one of the most popular and effective performance modifications available. This kind of modification can be installed quickly by your trusted mechanic and the best thing about it is its affordability and low cost. Most of the mechanics who know about diesel engines and how they operate, can easily install this chip.

Performance of the chip consists of chips, modules and programmers. They all have the same basic goal, although they will all change in the filling a little differently and have a range of security features. Typically, for an old school driver, with almost any diesel chip about three to four increases in MPG can be achieved. You can ask your mechanic for advice on what performance chip is best fitted to your car.

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