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|4th September 2008, 20:26||#31|
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Chains provide a few advantages such as lower maintainance. If you ever have a belt snap on you, you'll understand the difference!
1) Yes there is a chain
2) You never have to replace it, it's much more robust
|5th September 2008, 16:39||#32|
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A belt lasts more than 60k but if snap does happen it should be taken care while designing, anyway thats my personal opinion. If it is so then we have to live with it, till some one changes the technology of valve mechanism.
We have CRDI in injection system, the valves must also get rid of mechanical or hydraulic system. Being a part of industry i have heard it few times, that fellows are already experimenting with electronic controlled solenoid valves.
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