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50-99 kmph 62 4.35%
100-149 kmph 492 34.55%
150-199 kmph 632 44.38%
200-249 kmph 167 11.73%
250-299 kmph 41 2.88%
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Old 7th March 2007, 07:11   #1096
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the 1n-t is a 1.4l (1453cc) inline 4 turbocharged engine D. bore is 74mm and stroke is 85.5 mm, with a compression ratio of 22:1 output is 66hp at 4700 rpm with 96.1lbf of torque at 2600 rpm


this engine is found under the hood of toyota starlet 1.5



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Old 7th March 2007, 08:10   #1097
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Manik...!!!
A 1.4L turbo diesel engine in a zen......
Sorry i need pics to believe it...


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the 1n-t is a 1.4l (1453cc) inline 4 turbocharged engine D. bore is 74mm and stroke is 85.5 mm, with a compression ratio of 22:1 output is 66hp at 4700 rpm with 96.1lbf of torque at 2600 rpm
copy pasted from wikipedia here's the link
Toyota N engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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will post ma car pics today after coming back from school
Its 8:15 am u still havent left for school...


OT: Your alto has unidirectional tyre moving in wrong direction...

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the 1n-t is a 1.4l (1453cc) inline 4 turbocharged engine D. bore is 74mm and stroke is 85.5 mm, with a compression ratio of 22:1 output is 66hp at 4700 rpm with 96.1lbf of torque at 2600 rpm

this engine is found under the hood of toyota starlet 1.5
So you're running a TD in the Zen. Interesting to say the least, but have a few questions for you:

1. Who did the conversion for you? And did you get this engine from New Zealand?

2. Considering the extra weight on the front-end of the car, what have you done to strengthen the suspension & chassis?

3. Did you swap the gearbox too?

Will be waiting for the pics eagerly.

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Accent CRDI is superb above 2000 RPM, u cant catch it in running condition.. i mean above 2000 rpm, the Torque is Huge... even civic don have dat much torque...
Hmmmm.... are you sure about that? I know of cars who've taken on the CRDi when it was going at full pelt & left it behind!
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Where u've did that much speed ?
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Old 7th March 2007, 15:25   #1100
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hear are the pics of my zen


the front



side view with my soon to be a e-alto in the back and gonna change the alloys of the zen with alto ones as the Alto is going to get 14"


Engine toyota 1n turbo







soon to be e-alto
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So you're running a TD in the Zen. Interesting to say the least, but have a few questions for you:

1. Who did the conversion for you? And did you get this engine from New Zealand?

2. Considering the extra weight on the front-end of the car, what have you done to strengthen the suspension & chassis?

3. Did you swap the gearbox too?

Will be waiting for the pics eagerly.



Hmmmm.... are you sure about that? I know of cars who've taken on the CRDi when it was going at full pelt & left it behind!
It was done locally by a very skilled man he took about 2 weeks and engine is from japan my brother helped it to locate it

Actually the engine is about 14 kg lighter that the original petrol engine so no need to do and stuff with the suspension and chassis

and the gear box to is a toyota
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Nice job Manik..!!!!! Amazing turbo toyota diesel engine in a zen....!! So we have a T-ZEN after E-zen & B-ZEN....


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Ok no honda civic here, i have a 6 yr old zen
how about we Do A Drag with crdi from 1st gear 2000rpm till 120Km/hr

same 600 mts track near SRS
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And i am reday to race ma zen anyday anytime

fellow zen lovers help plz
Guys this forum doesnt encourage drag racing.....

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Well it may interest you lot to know that a stock new Verna CRDi, wearing 185/65/14 Yokohama C.drives (so minimal speedo error) is capable of doing 190 kmph.

I recently had the opportunity of pushing the car for a long while (once about 20 minutes at a stretch without letting go of the accelerator) and the Verna did varied speeds between 185kmph and 190 kmph consistently (I suspect the variation depended on the gradient of the road at the time).
We were 2 people, with small luggage and tyre pressure was 29 lbs/inch.
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That sound really neat Sam. I did 175kmph in my viva crdi. Will the psi make a lot of difference? I saw you installed less psi than recommended ( 30psi)? any reason?

Based on the recommendations received from many here on this forum, i started installing more psi (32psi) when i am on a highway drive. My observations

Ride: Quite Jumpy
Handling: Improves quite a lot, gives you a nice confidence
Average: Once got a good average ( 19.5kmpl) doing high speeds. And last weekend did a 400km up and down trip with a consious effort of not ripping ( between 100kmph-130kmph) and i really got a lousy mileage ( 16.5kmpl)

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handling increases with less tyre pressure .........

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(I suspect the variation depended on the gradient of the road at the time).
We were 2 people, with small luggage and tyre pressure was 29 lbs/inch.


Does Tyre pressure affects the top speed attained? because when i did 180 my tyres were a bit under the specified pressure.?

And Well i have no hard feelings... can drag any time with a zen above 2000 RPM
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the 1n-t is a 1.4l (1453cc) inline 4 turbocharged engine D. bore is 74mm and stroke is 85.5 mm, with a compression ratio of 22:1 output is 66hp at 4700 rpm with 96.1lbf of torque at 2600 rpm


this engine is found under the hood of toyota starlet 1.5



will post ma car pics today after coming back from school
How is the performance like in youe T-zen as u call it? I mean the torque is huge so on a zippy car like the zen do you get any negatives??What about high speed cornering, does it have a tendency to understeer or anything of that sort, I saw you have mentioned the engine is lighter but just a note to check as per your observation.Does the cra matchup with the petrol counterpart ??
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How do I update my earlier poll choice? I'd like to change that in favor of the 180 kmph I did recently in the Swift on the Kanakapura-Bannerghatta Rod expressway
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How do I update my earlier poll choice? I'd like to change that in favor of the 180 kmph I did recently in the Swift on the Kanakapura-Bannerghatta Rod expressway
dude you voted for 300+kmph. and you want to update that too 180kmph??? you going slower dude. come on man you need to up the ante and not go down the ladder.
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Old 12th March 2007, 12:21   #1110
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Swift at 180!!!

Really??
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