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by andre-34 » 06/02/07, 14:18

you speak of carbu but it is a fuel oil with direct injection but "low" pressure
You can send me the doc where lines of guys who set it on such nags?
As for the HVP, what about the "durability" of the engine and the pump (3000 Euros new from toyota, much cheaper directly in Japan) ....
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by Other » 06/02/07, 16:26

Hello,
For the oil will take a ride on the forum Oily (oliomobile.org) he talks about fuel oil direct injection low pressure for the march to 100% oil is not ideal, but it is done all the precautions for fouling are well described.

For the panton looking on this forum This is where you get the most information, many more forums come and take posts and photos here.

To supply your reactor with steam, there are several ways
the bubbler
The carburetor
Steam generator
The drip in an exhaust tube that match the SGS
the aim is to have a good steam before the reactor
Each method has its advantages and its inconveniences
If it is well done the results are very similar ..
If you have a turbo you do not enter by the valve ERG you have to enter by the turbo (question of depression)
Look at the different systems
Camel, Zac, André, Laurent, Pitmix ect ..

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egr vs pantone




by clopin69 » 18/03/07, 11:19

Hi everybody

the pantome puzzles me on the announced performance.

I am almost sure that a future is possible, on everyone's car, but the performance will be inadequate for heavy-goods transportation.

quantity of energy on board - yield returned.

especially in our consumer society!

Sayings of the day:
the consumer demands that the user of the road and the eco-citizen refuse!

go to +

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Re: egr vs pantone




by zac » 18/03/07, 12:03

clopin69 wrote:I am almost sure that a future is possible, on everyone's car, but the performance will be inadequate for heavy-goods transportation.
the consumer demands that the user of the road and the eco-citizen refuse!


Hi hugs and welcome

Excuse me for contradicting you, but the car is the machine the least adapted to the pantone; the result is much better on a heavy truck that rolls with a more loaded engine and a much more consistent speed.

for the rest completely agree

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by leadership » 10/10/08, 11:16

Hello everyone
first of all, I have to tell you that I'm bad at mechanics!
that's done : Mrgreen:
I have a 2008 nissan navara (I know that polue "whatever" but if the state did not take 50% of my benef (I am a craftsman in the building) I would probably ride with something else) and it is to euro4 standards
When I inquired to buy it, I saw that it consumed on average 10 l / 100 km, but for the euro3 version, and what was my surprise to see a consumption of 14 l : Shock:
according to several opinions, this valve would be the cause
my questions are simple: 1) what do you think, 2) should you remove it and how
thank you in advance
navara 2008, auto box, 171 ch (under warranty)
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by Gregconstruct » 10/10/08, 13:04

You risk losing your motor guarantees! I will not touch it right away!
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by Woodcutter » 11/10/08, 14:52

leadership wrote:[...] When I inquired to buy it, I saw that it consumed on average 10 l / 100 km, but for the euro3 version, and what was not my surprise to see a consumption of 14 l : Shock:[...]
Félicitations! : Mrgreen:

You have just discovered the difference between standardized consumption and actual consumption, the latter depending entirely on your driving!
If you want to reduce your consumption to 10 l / 100, it is you who must evolve, not the car ... 8)
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