What I'm trying to say is there will be niggling problems.
Maybe people are not aware or different people has different tolerance levels.
Every mechanical component is designed with a margin of safety.
The tuning box AFAIK increases the rail pressure.
It still works as its designed to take it.
This will obviously reduce the life.
Go through rippers thread, he did have lot of niggling issues.
I'll certainly won't call it trouble free.
Rainier's car, did have issues.
Again there is another friend who had a swift with the box.
2 turbo's were replaced, is it the box ? I don't know.
All these were modded with B14, (and a one off prototype suspension), Tarox the works.
I'll not call it trouble free at all.
With any kinda mods there are risks as well as gains.
If people think bolting on a box will have no ill effects, they are certainly misinformed.
Why cus maybe Rahul is not aware, so the statement he made is not entirely accurate.
As he mentioned it here
I don't know for a fact if the box caused it or something else.
I'm not an expert nor I claim to be one.
All I know is it was not smooth sailing all the way.
All this is why I did't opt for a box in my dad's swift.
It was running with B14 and still have tarox.
Power does't hurt, does it ?
I don't want something to happen and dad end up blaming me.
He was not happy with the B14's as height was dropped 1.5cm in the front. He did't like it. So its not on the car anymore.
Bottom line I don't want to take any chance with the box.
Maybe I don't sound logical, but it was certainly logical for me why I did't go for it.