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Old 11th September 2014, 19:47   #16
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For the first time, Dualjet is getting offered in Swift, outside the Japanese market.
Swift has added the new engine in the UK market recently.

The statistics state that the Dualject engined swift will have 94 PS power output and 120NM torque at 4400 rpm.
(Compare this to the current 87PS, 114NM version we have.)

Source: http://paultan.org/2014/09/11/suzuki...available-jdm/
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For the first time, Dualjet is getting offered in Swift, outside the Japanese market.
Swift has added the new engine in the UK market recently.

The statistics state that the Dualject engined swift will have 94 PS power output and 120NM torque at 4400 rpm.
(Compare this to the current 87PS, 114NM version we have.)

Source: http://paultan.org/2014/09/11/suzuki...available-jdm/
Good candidate for Dzire here considering Amaze is more powerful.

They should get a 1.4L version of Dualjet for Ciaz, probably for top end version to improve the power rating into the 3-digit mark. That is the place where Maruti would really need to show some innovation.
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The statistics state that the Dualject engined swift will have 94 PS power output and 120NM torque at 4400 rpm.
(Compare this to the current 87PS, 114NM version we have.)
With an added turbo charger - all they could manage was an added 4 PS of power and 2 Nm of torque? Even the peak torque is produced at a higher 4400rpm.

Wonder why such a mild state of tune!
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This info is not quite right. The difference in figures between India Swift and EU swift is in its cc. The EU swift has a K12 engine of 1242cc which has been converted to sub 1200cc in India.
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With an added turbo charger - all they could manage was an added 4 PS of power and 2 Nm of torque? Even the peak torque is produced at a higher 4400rpm.

Wonder why such a mild state of tune!
The 1.2 K series DualJet motor, will be what the turbo and supercharged versions are based on. However, right now, all it has over the regular motor are a few modifications here and there like redesigned intake, new piston crowns, higher compression ratio and mainly, TWO fuel injectors per cylinder (hence the term dualjet). Since each intake port now has its own injector, you get finer fuel administration.
They claim to have upped fuel efficiency by about 4kmpl bringing the stated average to about 28kmpl.
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Looks like Suzuki is getting ready with their 1.4 Turbocharged petrol engines.

Reports indicated Suzuki will power the S Cross with the 1.4 T engine in China, in the third Quarter of 2015.

Power speculated from this engine is 136 hp (max) and peak torque of 220 Nm.


http://translate.google.co.in/transl...ml&prev=search

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This is heartbreaking, going the FI route and still not able to achieve 100bhp/ltr! Was looking forward for a 150bhp plus from the Suzi! A hot hatch of sorts!!
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Suzuki displays the New 1.4L direct-injection turbo petrol engine at the Shanghai Auto Show


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The BOOSTERJET, Suzukiís new 1.4L direct-injection turbo petrol engine
World premiere has been made for the BOOSTERJET, Suzukiís new 1.4L direct-injection turbo petrol engine, which realises improvement of fuel efficiency by incorporating direct-injection technology, while boosting output and torque with a turbocharger.

Besides delivering excellent fuel efficiency and dynamic performance, this compact, lightweight engine features an optimised layout and weight-reduction technology in order to meet rigorous size and weight requirements in vehicle development.

China will be the first market where Suzuki launches the model installed with the BOOSTERJET before expanding it globally.

http://www.globalsuzuki.com/globalnews/2015/0420.html
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Estimated power for the Boosterjet engine.

The goal is to go replacing the current 1.6 to 120 hp in several models. It is estimated that the power of the new engines oscillate between 120 and 150 hp, 1.0 and 1.4 respectively.

www.noticiasautomotivas.com.br
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Suzuki is studying two-cylinder engines for launch for kei cars!

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Suzuki has seen huge loss in terms of cooling in three-cylinder engines, in addition to the vibration characteristic of this type of configuration
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Suzuki recently bet on Boosterjet three-cylinder 1.0 as a way of following the downsizing trend in Indian and European market, although it is developing a two-cylinder engine 0.8 (pictured at the top) for the Indian market. This can make a version 0.66 with or without turbo for Japan, always combined with CVT, which will help in reducing consumption
http://www.noticiasautomotivas.com.b...para-kei-cars/
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The 1.2 K series DualJet motor, will be what the turbo and supercharged versions are based on. However, right now, all it has over the regular motor are a few modifications here and there like redesigned intake, new piston crowns, higher compression ratio and mainly, TWO fuel injectors per cylinder (hence the term dualjet). Since each intake port now has its own injector, you get finer fuel administration.
They claim to have upped fuel efficiency by about 4kmpl bringing the stated average to about 28kmpl.
Sorry, I am getting a bit confused. It is still Multi point Injection right?
Earlier also, each cylinder would have had it's own injector. Now, there are two per cylinder. Any real benefit of doing so? (Sounds more like Bajaj's DTSI and Triple Spark plug moniker)

It is still not a direct injection petrol, correct?
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