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Author Topic: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra  (Read 359 times)

Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« on: July 09, 2020, 05:39:52 PM »
Bit of a novelty thread really, not related to a tech problem but I was enjoying watching a video of Elon Musk's trendy looking "Cyber Truck" with all its stylish designs and graffiti writing and was wondering, what would a "Cyber Alhambra" or "Cyber Galaxy" look like.

My friend says the cyber truck weighs loads because it has probably got huge batteries.

I wonder if we might ever see an electric Alhamb or Galaxy.

I would really like to have one where you can blip the remote and have it warm up on the inside while you eat your breakfast, ready to drive away nice and warm on a frosty winter morning!

Also no more sticking turbo vanes because it would be all electric (he he).

I'd love it if my Alhamb had a sunroof or even better if it was a convertible, can you imagine how cool that would be!

What would all you discerning Alhamb and Galaxy lovers out there look for in your dream all-electric Alhamb or Galaxy?

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Offline johnnyroper

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2020, 06:54:38 PM »
You can have it pre warmed with a boost heater timer, set it to work and coolant will be pre warmed ready for when you start it up.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2020, 10:53:59 AM »
Exactly what I have, the pre-heater is a good feature made awesome when you add the timer! Sunroof was also a factory option although I find it a little small by today's panoramic versions but still useful.

Once electric has been proven to pollute less then maybe, but I think there has been an awful lot of misinformation and side stepping the truth to push electric as eco. Mining Lithium and Cobalt are both incredibly dirty practices, which is why a number of studies show that the full life-cycle of an electric car is only marginally better for the environment. Whilst technology continues to improve, the only real current benchmark (the early batteries) simply aren't lasting longer then 60/80k miles so factor in a replacement at that point and your eco car is suddenly worse for the environment then a conventional one.  Of course, manufacturers are keen to just give you the 'as-driven' data which doesn't include all those inconvenient stats which is why on paper, they are much better for the environment and people can say they are 'doing their bit'.

I was part of a study on this recently and it fascinated me to see just how easily led people are. Its like farming, the sickening truth of how animals are treated in the 'production' of meat and the purported images of lambs and chickens running around freely having a blast are absolutely worlds apart yet the vast majority of people will blindly believe the BS.
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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2020, 04:42:46 PM »
Also to add to Mirez post the electric to bash in to the batteries is also a factor as itís got to come from somewhere. Burning coal and rubbish etc is polluting.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2020, 07:04:32 PM »
Also to add to Mirez post the electric to bash in to the batteries is also a factor as itís got to come from somewhere. Burning coal and rubbish etc is polluting.

Too true - though at least burning rubbish to generate electricity is a slight improvement over burning coal its far from ideal. Theres also issues around the disposal of the used batteries, a lot of them are currently dumped rather than recycled due to them being difficult to handle (unlike the older lead/acid car batteries which are easily recycled).

Their best shot at reducing emissions is to encourge less car use where possible, ideally with working from home where its practical to do so rather than switching to public transport. They also need to get to the point where cars are being used to the end of their practical life where its possible to do so, far too many cars that are still usable get scrapped before they should do (some of the government schemes have actively encourged that, due to presure from the various manufacturers to push new car sales)

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #5 on: July 10, 2020, 10:49:04 PM »
Too true - though at least burning rubbish to generate electricity is a slight improvement over burning coal its far from ideal. Theres also issues around the disposal of the used batteries, a lot of them are currently dumped rather than recycled due to them being difficult to handle (unlike the older lead/acid car batteries which are easily recycled).

Their best shot at reducing emissions is to encourge less car use where possible, ideally with working from home where its practical to do so rather than switching to public transport. They also need to get to the point where cars are being used to the end of their practical life where its possible to do so, far too many cars that are still usable get scrapped before they should do (some of the government schemes have actively encourged that, due to presure from the various manufacturers to push new car sales)

I think everyone should use public transport especially the big green pointy ones that go from south west and wales to London,the more people that use them the safer my job is😂

In all seriousness the government like to be seen to be doing the right thing but they actually want people replacing cars as a lot of jobs and money in the coffers relies on car sales. Same as the sale of fuel for ICE powered cars they make so much money from the duty and VAT if everything was electric it would leave a huge black hole in the budget.

Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #6 on: July 11, 2020, 05:04:46 PM »
This is great, I didnít realise you could get a heater on a timer for the Alhamb! They really do have it all donít they. I will get looking into this straight away, it would be a great feature to have this winter which I am advised will be very chilly.

Also agree entirely about the battery thing, itís all a big con really. The best way to save the environment is to make the car u do have last as long as possible! Itís also more satisfying and saves a bob too.
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2020, 10:28:49 AM »
Electric?  Fine but powered by hydrogen instead of batteries and that, in turn, produced by solar power or hydro.

Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #8 on: July 15, 2020, 07:18:19 PM »
Wouldnít it be lovely if the Alhamb could be the first ever people carrier to run on fully green fuel.

My Alhamb typically gets 36mpg around town, not bad hey.
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

Offline johnnyroper

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #9 on: July 16, 2020, 12:09:34 AM »
36 round town how do you manage that? My old galaxy couldnít see 40 on a run up the motorway. In fact my 3.0d 3 series was better on fuel than the galaxy was. I suspect dragging that big bus around with 115bhp engine meant it worked hard and drunk the go go juice.

Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #10 on: July 16, 2020, 09:47:58 AM »
Yes, I was frankly amazed by it too. I have had the car for many years now and I remember still the first week I had it. I remember looking at the 'range' function on the display and seeing it say 675 miles. I couldn't believe my luck! I also remember purring along the motorway at a steady 60mph and seeing the instantaneous MPG readout saying 47mpg on a straight road, or something incredible like that. They really are wonderful cars.

I also have a ford focus which has a 1.6 litre petrol engine. It is a much smaller car and I drive it very steadily yet it still only manages about 36mpg at best. I find myself filling up the tank every 200 miles or so!

The Alhamb hardly ever needs filling up in comparison. Most of my journeys are extremely short so the engine is probably running rich and cold most of the time too!

I do drive very steadily, never ever over the speed limit so it's possible that my gentle use of the throttle helps (I used to be quite a brisk driver and also used to enjoy the convenience of a sports motorcycle but when we were about to become a 3 person household my wife sat me down with some of her friends too would you believe it and they gave me a really serious talk about it, she can be quite direct and made me watch some videos on youtube about the importance of wearing seat belts too, even though I always without exception follow the highway code meticulously when I have others in the car with me. Needless to say the motorcycle is now long gone and the chances of her ever letting me have one again are ZERO.) Nonetheless, such high MPG on such a big heavy vehicle is incredible, I really don't know how they do it. All I can think is that the 1.9 litre diesel engine it has must be extremely efficient! I do maintain the engine as best I can too and I change the oil every 6 months with the Triple QX fully synthetic oil from Euros, I wonder if that helps.

In comparison, I hear that the petrol galaxies are terrible on fuel. By all accounts the 3 litre 4x4 version only gets something like 14mpg! Almost as bad as an American car hehe.

Yes, you just can't beat the Alhamb (or Galaxy) really. What more could a person want from a car!

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I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #11 on: July 16, 2020, 12:23:58 PM »
I've had the mpg readout on my petrol 2.3 drop as low as 6.8 in traffic. It generally sits around the 30mpg level if it's on decent roads doing a fairly constant speed. Not so good round town.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #12 on: July 16, 2020, 01:12:35 PM »
For 10 years I had a tdi130 Galaxy.  I used to do door to door deliveries of leaflets and newspapers,  often overloaded,  but never once got less than 35mpg even when delivering.
Once did an emergency run Leeds to Ramsgate in 3hrs 20mins (dont ask) but still did got 42 mpg.
On last lake district holiday got over 50mpg pootling about at 50 mph. Then immediately after it died from terminal rust and a mot dangerous fault of major leak on high pressure pump. R.I. P.
Still miss it, Peugeot engine in my Kuga not a patch.

Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #13 on: July 16, 2020, 04:51:26 PM »
Leeds to Ramsgate in 3h 20m...  ??? :o :o :o ???

269 miles divided by 3.33333 hours.... 81mph average!!!  hehe. Mr. N. Mansell lolol

Those TDi or is it Tdi engines really are amazing aren't they, so efficient and they really do purr along nice and efficiently
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #14 on: July 16, 2020, 11:38:05 PM »
Maybe mine was just sh1t then as I found for a 1.9 diesel it wasnít the best in fuel,not that economy really bothers me given the cars I have had since. But saying that my current 5 series touring managed around 55mpg on a recent run up the motorway at a touch more than national speed limit. As good as the PD lumps were in their day they are dated and old tech now. My N57 beemer was defo better on fuel and more than twice the power,that thing could pull up a hill in 6th from just over 1000 rpm with its 600+nm of torque. Amazing how quick the motor trade develops and moves on.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2020, 11:16:29 AM »
The tech has definitely moved on but not always for the better for us as consumers wth the adding of DPF's, EGR's and Coded Injectors and the complexity of those items increasing, it's adding thousands to repair bills with a slight reduction in reliability overall.


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Offline SirDavidAlhambra

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #16 on: July 25, 2020, 09:15:21 AM »
Apparently DPFs are the absolute worst, my friend says they clog up all the time and he has to drive up and down the ring road at least once a week just so it doesnít block up. It sounds really terrible, worse than an electric car in some ways. I think I would avoid a car with a DPF myself although apparently the newer ones use a fluid known as Ad-Blue which means you donít have to take the car on long drives.

Iím very wary of this EGR business too, it doesnít sound good for the engine at all. I think the best way to reduce emissions would be to roll out fibre broadband to everyone and invest in drones for dropping off parcels.
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #17 on: July 25, 2020, 06:21:17 PM »
On later DPF equipped cars I havenít had any issues, partly because it is mounted right by turbo so gets hotter to do passive regeneration and partly because I donít just use around town I have regular motorway journeys. On an old Alfa 159 with it mounted under floor it was more prone to clogging and needing to be taken on a run.

Adblu doesnít stop DPF clogging and the need for regeneration, itís basically a fluid derived from pigs piss that is injected in to the SCR to reduce nox, the DPF still catches the particles Produced from combustion.

I agree with Mirez that with advancement of technology things have got more expensive, coded injectors,swirl flaps etc but DPF tech has defo improved since the earlier types.

The biggest problem with modern diesels is the extended service intervals,hotter running due to DPFís causes oil to be shot come service time so then you have chains failing and things like that. Personally I ignore the intervals and change oil and filter at 6 months and then service 12 monthly using quality low ash oil.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #18 on: July 25, 2020, 06:42:20 PM »
Yes me too, I always change my oil every 6 months whether I think it needs it or not. My philosophy is ďbetter safe than sorry when it comes to oilĒ.

I use the TripleQX oil from Euros.

I do lots of very short journeys but needed a big car but the petrol ones were all clapped out and the diesel one is better up the hills and they donít do the petrol in an automatic version I think.

Such good cars, they really are.
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #19 on: July 25, 2020, 07:14:20 PM »
I am always a bit wary of the triple QX as when I had the galaxy they claimed it was vag approved but it actually wasnít. Not sure if itís changed now though. With my beemer I find the Castrol or Mobil esp suit it better, the mrs Alfa with the poxy multi air unit is really fussy that has to have expensive shell helix stuff of the MA unit plays up.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #20 on: July 25, 2020, 07:23:45 PM »
The thing I like about the Triple QX oil is that it is quite cheap when Euros have a sale on (every day!! Ha ha ha) and it seems to be fully synthetic and specially designed for PD engines.

I would like to use the fancy oil but it seems to cost so much more.

I once used really cheap stuff from Asda in an old banger, boy was that bad oil.

What is a MA unit please?

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I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #21 on: July 25, 2020, 11:49:29 PM »
Not so sure it is specifically designed for a PD,itís a grey area as they said it was approved when it wasnít. Also euro prices are not what they appear,made out like a bargain with the offer code but with most items they have bumped prices up so the offer price is usually normal price.

MA unit is the Alfa multi air basically a variable inlet controlled by solenoids it varies inlet air without a throttle valve

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Re: Ideas for the Cyber-Alhambra
« Reply #22 on: July 26, 2020, 11:33:46 AM »
Hi everyone, this is the oil I use in my Alhambís engine, what do u all think of it please? I tend to buy it using a coupon and usually get about 50% off.

https://www.eurocarparts.com/p/triple-qx-fully-synthetic-for-pd-engines-engine-oil-5w-40-5ltr-521776081
I drive a Seat Alhambra 1.9Tdi which has 115bhp and an automatic gearbox.

I am happy to help you with all your questions. I am not a qualified mechanic but seem to be better at fixing my car than even the most experienced garages.

I have lots of friends here and very much enjoy talking with you all.

Always remember, a motor car is a serious tool and should be treated with respect. Put your safety first, always.

 

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