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Old 23rd December 2004, 19:13   #1
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Default euro 3 norms will force manufacturers into crdi

euro 3 norms are goign to be mandatory in all metros so manufacturers are readying cleaner versions of their existing models range in petrol engined cars its a easy task just to remap the ecu but in diesel cars its a quite complicated task as the easiest way is to introduce common rail injection system,but expect to pay price for the technology as the diesel cars will be expensive by 25-80k Rs.but the upside will be that the latest technology will be available to us,its going to be the second automotive engine revolution since 2000 when euro 2 norms were made mandatory and all of the auto manufacturers were forced to introduce mpfi in petrol car,
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euro 3 norms are goign to be mandatory in all metros so manufacturers are readying cleaner versions of their existing models range in petrol engined cars its a easy task just to remap the ecu

its going to be the second automotive engine revolution since 2000
Well if the manufacturers take the "remapping" route for petrol cars im not so sure it will be a very happy revolution.... (coz hp figures will surely drop...)

But i am definitely looking forward to the CRDis comming in!

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What'll happen to the cars that are not complying with the Euro3 norms. How long will they be allowed to run on the roads?
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but dont u think for the crdi cars to run efficiently we need the low sulphur diesel to be made available everywhere.otherwise cars will be E-3 but due to adulterated fuel the PUC readings will still be E-1.
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The transition from Carburetors to MPFI was forced down manufacturers throats. And now, IDI/DI to CRDI!

Emission norms rock. Its the age of modern diesels, and I cant think of any petrol head who wouldnt enjoy driving a CRDi...

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i wish supreme court makes abs mandatory too,a lot of lives cud be saved for justa small price
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Actually I think the Manufatcureres have been waiting for the Euro III Norms to be in Place so that they can introduce the CRDI/PD/JTD engines as that will guarantee the availability of low sulphur diesel in all metros. Alond with the Manufactureres the refinaries have also been investing a lot of money to make fuel ( specially Diesel) that is low on Sulphur
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