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Kamikazi 05-01-2019 03:06 PM

Toyota CHR hybrid MODS
Dear folks
I am new here and I would like to ask you if anyone have Toyota CHR hybrid 1.8L ???
I would like to know if someone done any eco modder specifications to his ar and if it as worth it ?
1)I thought about putting smaller rims now its 18inch (The easiest mod)! to 16 inch and more like smooth than sportier!
2) Remove the big spoiler from the back not sure this will make better aerodynamics in big speeds?!
3) Change the sparkplugs to a irridium ones .

Do you think is gonna help the mileage of the car and economy?
But big influence not just 0.1L/100KM?

Vman455 05-02-2019 10:19 AM

The C-HR Hybrid isn't available in the US, where most of us are, unfortunately.

I would be hesitant to remove the spoiler; it's almost certainly there to reduce drag and rear lift. Most of it is slotted:

...probably to duct air over the rear window where it would otherwise have detached.

16" wheels are probably a good choice, especially if the wheels and/or tires are lighter--the 16" aren't even available in America.

It's probably already got iridium spark plugs (not an ecomod anyway, unless you consider longer spark plug life).

Does the C-HR Hybrid have the automatic grill shutters found on the Prius? If not, you can probably block some of the grill area.

Ecky 05-12-2019 08:52 AM

My 2 cents:

-Raising tire pressure is almost always low hanging fruit.

-Change your driving habits. Drive more slowly on the highway and minimize your speed changes in town. See the Driver's Ed section for details.

-Going with smaller wheels will probably improve ride quality (and offset some lost with higher tire pressure). You may get a small but noticeable improvement in acceleration, and fuel economy might improve a very small amount. However, the wheels are unlikely to ever pay for themselves.

-You'll not gain anything by changing spark plugs, Toyota likely already optimized them.

-I wouldn't touch the spoiler.

The CH-R is a shoe. It's not an aerodynamic vehicle at all. Chances are good you'll see the largest improvements by simply driving more slowly since aerodynamic drag goes up exponentially with speed and you're not starting at a good baseline anyway. You may also consider some things like improved underbody paneling (it's probably not half bad from the factory), smooth wheel covers, mirror deletes, a partial grille block, prewarming (e.g. block and oil pan heaters).

Natalya 05-15-2019 11:47 PM

Sell it and buy a 2019 Insight lololol CHR is definitely not an eco-car

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