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Old 12th October 2015, 14:30   #196
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I am getting mine on 14th ...
Either I'll disable it, or would pay special attention to it !
What If I dont even cross 2K RPM mark - would Turbo still come into affect and idling rule applies ?
Congrats! As far as I know, the turbo spins even at lower rpms, though it doesn't produce the required boost. So I think a prolonged use in lower rpms might also require some idling. And I don't think there is a subroutine int eh ecu software, to check whether the vehicle has come to a complete stop, after a heavy turbo usage. So IMO, switching off the feature should avoid any damage to the turbo.
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Old 19th March 2016, 03:30   #197
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No need for SHVS in small Maruti cars, says Maruti engineering head. Cars in question include WagonR and Alto

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Speaking to IAB, Maruti-Suzuki's engineering director, Mr. C.V Raman, stated that smaller products such as the Maruti Wagon-R and Maruti Alto will not need the SHVS system.

The Alto offers good fuel mileage figures and low carbon emissions, which does not warrant the need for the SHVS. The 1.0-liter K-Series engine in the two models is BS IV and OBD- II compliant.

The Maruti Wagon R and Alto K10 return 20.51 km/L and 24.07 km/L (ARAI-certified) respectively. Customers looking for lower running costs have the option of CNG variants on both models.

Currently, the only models with an SHVS system are the Maruti Ciaz and Maruti Ertiga diesel variants. The system basically comprises of a start/stop system, brake energy recuperation and torque assist, which slightly improve the fuel consumption figures.
SOURCE: http://indianautosblog.com/2016/03/n...ti-cars-225192
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No need for SHVS in small Maruti cars, says Maruti engineering head. Cars in question include WagonR and Alto
It is very clear that they introduced shvs in bigger capacity cars to escape from higher tax. Not exactly to decrease emission or increase fuel efficiency. So, it is easy to guess why this technology won't come in smaller cars now. If the govt change the policy to tax smaller cars more and continue giving soaps to hybrids, maruti will introduce shvs in small cars as well.

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Is Ciaz officially a Hybrid qualifying for odd-even rule exemption?
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Is Ciaz officially a Hybrid qualifying for odd-even rule exemption?
Yes it is. Though I was stopped couple of times, all they see if the badge at the back.

Once I had to verbally explain to policemen - his statement was also correct to a point - why doesn't your RC mention Hybrid ?!! With the traffic building up at my back, he reluctantly let me go !
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Does anyone know answers for the following questions:
1) Why there is no formal review of Hybrid Ciaz or Ertiga from Team-bhp?
2) What is the power in bhp/torque of SVHS motor used in Ciaz/Ertiga?
3) What is the new battery power details and what is different from the non-SVHS battery?
4) What is the total life of battery in SVHS car? Is it shorter or longer than non-SVHS?
5) How is the next version of Ciaz/Ertiga different than the current SVHS? Can we expect more powered battery and Motor and better mileage?
6) who is the supplier for the alternator-motor for SVHS Maruti?
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Post deleted by the Team-BHP Support: Do NOT TROLL on Team-BHP. Do NOT post in a negative manner.

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Default Re: Maruti Ciaz SHVS with Integrated Starter Generator & idling start / stop system. EDIT: Now launc

Wow, such a strong statement, buddy. Maybe your expectation out of Team-bhp is wrong. Most of the time, queries goes unanswered, maybe because no one knows the answer or could be because it was answered before in the same thread.

Of the questions you posted, I can answer question 4. Probably the life of the battery in SHVS car is shorter, since their will be more load because of start and stop system. It will be interesting to see whether the battery is any different, which I believe would be the case.

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Old 9th June 2016, 06:39   #204
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I was about to answer your list of questions, but with this attitude, I think it would be best if you raise these with Maruti directly. Do you have their email address, or expecting that from someone here?


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No need for SHVS in small Maruti cars, says Maruti engineering head. Cars in question include WagonR and Alto
Funny MSIL should say that, as every Suzuki kei car in Japan (including Alto and WagonR) which have tiny 660cc engines are offered with the same technology (different name) and offer upto 37 km/l fuel efficiency.

Mahindra having 1.99L engine ready just-in-time, Maruti launching 'hybrid' SHVS to get exemptions, 2L+ diesel engines getting banned left, right and center - does say a lot about the state of affairs in our country!
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