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Old 24-09-2015, 03:22 PM
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Diesel emission tests
Should we believe that an engine could deliver more power and less fuel consumption due o ECU and software? (See VW)
How can we burn fuel to burn the bad stuff and use less
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It works because the fuel systems of today are ultra efficient in that they only burn the fuel required. They can also burn burn very hot with minimal fuel consumption this will help burn off unwanted emissions.

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Old 24-09-2015, 06:57 PM
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Sorry Traxcavator
Your statement is not backed up by fact ask users !!
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Sorry Traxcavator
Your statement is not backed up by fact ask users !!
Don't talk rubbish man.

It's not rocket science, a computer controlling the injection timing and amount of fuel per stroke, according to a multitude of factors such as air quality and engine load, wil be far more efficient than an injection pump set up to the best matching position as in times of old.

Whether all the complication is worth the fuel saving is another matter.
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Old 24-09-2015, 07:46 PM
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Real sorry for the rubbish Dobin
please explain how the new emission control reduce the fuel consumption so much why maintaining the power, may be I’m not listening to users ?
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tier 4 3cx uses far more fuel than the previous one let alone the perkins
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Also i am guessing emissions cannot be that bad , as they still pass an mot , which is just a sniffer up the exhaust , so it cannot detect that , but passes the test
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Uffex i am a user and i know what i'm talking about. I also have the specifations from the likes of Volvo. Don't know what your problem is but I'm happy with fuel consumption with all of my newer vehicles. Show us your evidence ... ! Dont hold your breath for a reply as i see no reason to satisfy your disbelieving attitude. I Know my figures and I am happy with my lot.

Thinking about it if an engine uses a bit more fuel but is reduced in emissions then what is wrong with that !!
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Real sorry for the rubbish Dobin
please explain how the new emission control reduce the fuel consumption so much why maintaining the power, may be I’m not listening to users ?
Because electronic control manages the burn rate GOT THAT !! EFFICIENCY !!
Why don't you go back to talking rubbish about operating systems you seem to know a little about that !!
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Sorry my post far from provoking some healthy discussion which was the intention, it appears to offended some less polite members of the forum
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