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Old 1st April 2010, 15:48   #31
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Also, saw the local noise adding the Fabia!

Now that all petrol is (or at least will be, by 1st October) 91RON can we expect the detuning of engines to stop, and see the same power output as the counterparts abroad?
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can we expect the detuning of engines to stop, and see the same power output as the counterparts abroad?
This is something to certainly look forward to
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Dear Mods.

There are way too many threads on the BSIV now and it is essentially discussing similar points. Please merge the four threads together

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...-stage-iv.html (Bharat Stage IV)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...y-euro-iv.html (Are the Oil firms ready for Euro-IV?)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...bs4-norms.html (Cars discontinued due to BS4 norms)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...-iv-norms.html (Cars to cost more from April 2010 for BS (IV) norms)

Please do the needful
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Old 1st April 2010, 21:23   #34
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[quote=sgiitk;1815492]When can we expect BS-IV Premium (95RON) to be launched?

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I didnt see any plans from the Ministry on that, their buck stops at Euro IV for now, unless fuel companies try it on their own.(doubtful)
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Will using BS-III and BS-IV fuel (alternatively/mixing) in BS IV cars have any effects on the engine in the long run?
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Not at all. Even now we use different quality or grade of fuels. Shell premium or even Shell vis a vis normal HP fuel. Between BS3 & 4 is just the quality and will not affect any running of the vehicle
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Could someone throw some light on BS2 or BS1 vehicles using BS4 standard fuel ( both petrol and Diesel) do we need to use any filters in precaution than feeling sorry later.
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I guess its a master plan by the government to move all BS1, BS2 and BS3 Vehicles outside developing cities. Ultimately person owing BS4 vehicle will think twice to take his vehicle for long drives, as he would not be able to source BS4 Fuel outside city limits, which will help in reducing traffic and fuel usage. Friends any thoughts about this?

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Could someone throw some light on BS2 or BS1 vehicles using BS4 standard fuel ( both petrol and Diesel) do we need to use any filters in precaution than feeling sorry later.
No need for any precaution, BS-IV is a cleaner fuel when compared to BS-I

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Will this also be the same for second hand cars for example if i pick up a 2000 model desil jeep from goa will i not get MH plates?
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.......Ultimately person owing BS4 vehicle will think twice to take his vehicle for long drives, as he would not be able to source BS4 Fuel outside city limits, which will help in reducing traffic and fuel usage. Friends any thoughts about this?
Not exactly. No city has BS-I petrol. Making all non-BS-IV cities BS-III is delayed till October as OMCs are unable to produce enough of the stuff. If you go outside a BS-IV city use Premium which has ratings equal or better than BS-III. After 1 October you will get at least BS-III. Only area of trouble I see is some high level diesels with particulate filters, when they are released in India.
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okay that is with the cars and small vehicles , but what are they going to do with the trucks and buses , i guess you still have trucks and buses that are more than 15 years
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Will this also be the same for second hand cars for example if i pick up a 2000 model desil jeep from goa will i not get MH plates?
Nope, the Mumbai RTO will no longer allow you to register an out of state BS I / II / III used car as a Mumbai car. However, cars that are already Mumbai registered (BS I / II / III) can of course be transferred within Mumbai.

One option available to you is to register the Jeep with a Nasik RTO (or any other town). That's of course if you have a valid address.
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@GTO: what do they do for a Vintage Car?

The rule should be the car should conform the the standards applicable at the time of first registration/manufacture.
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