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Old 9th February 2013, 08:19   #16
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Default Re: Nissan-Renault 1.5L DCi : Difference between the 68, 85 & 110 PS variants

Is there any difference (in specification) between the 110ps DCi in the Fluence and Duster?
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Old 9th February 2013, 10:14   #17
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Is there any difference (in specification) between the 110ps DCi in the Fluence and Duster?
I think the 110 version which was updated for Fluence was recently re-tuned. Fluence as a result has almost no lag, as per what I heard.
I am not sure if the same state of tune finds itself into Duster. Maybe if yes, that may be the reason, most recent owners of the 110 Duster,
are not seeing any lag.

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Ok, so is it possible to mod the Verito with 110ps config and the 6-speed box by just replacing with VGT charger and the gearbox?

or the Scala/Sunny or Micra/Pulse for that matter?
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^ Among other things, you'll need the turbo, ECM, gearbox, intercooler and upgraded radiator. Some other components (fuel pump, injectors, intake, exhaust, manifolds, pipes, brackets etc.) may or may not be required.

If & when you are able to source these parts from Renault-Nissan, the bill would easily run over 2.5 - 3.0 lakh rupees.

Better to get a power box or remap & accept the Logan for what it is
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I do not own a Logan. I was tempted by the idea of a powerful diesel car which is cheap to maintain and has basic electricals.
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One more vehicle sports the DCi, the Evalia!
The Ashok Leyland Stile will also sport this engine.

The specs are similar but the one in Evalia has higher torque figure of 200 Nm at 200 rpm compared to the Stile's 167 Nm at the same rpm. The Stile delivers a maximum power output of 65bhp at 4000rom whereas the Evalia delivers only 63bhp at 3750 rpm.
I initially thought that the Leyland LCV Dost also shares the same engine but it is different and that too a three pot 58bhp one capable of developing maximum torque of 157 Nm at 1650 - 2400 rpm.

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The Ashok Leyland Stile will also sport this engine.

The specs are similar but the one in Evalia has higher torque figure of 200 Nm at 200 rpm compared to the Stile's 167 Nm at the same rpm. The Stile delivers a maximum power output of 65bhp at 4000rom whereas the Evalia delivers only 63bhp at 3750 rpm.
I initially thought that the Leyland LCV Dost also shares the same engine but it is different and that too a three pot 58bhp one capable of developing maximum torque of 157 Nm at 1650 - 2400 rpm.
AFAIK, Evalia has 85bhp@ 3750rpm engine, similar to Duster 85PS specs.

Ashok Leyland Stile has 65 bhp@ 4000rpm engine, similar to Micra DCi specs.

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I think the 110 version which was updated for Fluence was recently re-tuned. Fluence as a result has almost no lag, as per what I heard.
I am not sure if the same state of tune finds itself into Duster. Maybe if yes, that may be the reason, most recent owners of the 110 Duster,
are not seeing any lag.
Ampere - This info is from reading all over the place, and some presumptions so take with a pinch of salt.

I think the India Duster engine is one variant previous to the the new Fluence engine and the Duster engines they are shipping to UK, which are all euro 5

The latest variant supports ESP and has a DPF. Also the turbo kicks in at 1800RPM instead of 2200 RPM. The new euro 5 variant also has 90bhp instead of 85bhp.

I think the India duster has been tuned compared to the early demo version, but the turbo still kicks in at around 2200rpm, so its not the newer version.

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I think the India Duster engine is one variant previous to the the new Fluence engine and the Duster engines they are shipping to UK, which are all euro 5
I am aware of it Raul. I just thought if they had quietly changed, based what I read about owners mentioning, how the 110 surprisingly does not show any lag compared to the one folks test-drove.
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As now we are on the K9K, does anybody know what exactly is the clattering noise produced by the engine while pressing the accelerator? The one, like on an old 1.4 TDCi Ford motor? Otherwise, on coasting in gear, it is just the thrum from the cylinder. Is it just the diesel clatter? Which component makes this noise - injector / valves or tappet / timing belt? I hear this lesser on a Sunny than on a Micra.
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Is there any difference (in specification) between the 110ps DCi in the Fluence and Duster?
The Final drives will be different
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