Originally Posted by gaddambhargavareddy
We can't compare tata Indica v2 diesel sir because it's 4 cylinder engine capacity is munch higher then in its segment it's free revving natural aspiration engine refinement levels are war better then other NA engines capable to pull heavy load
Hey brother, dont call me Sir you can call me my name.
I agree with you, No two engines with difference specs can be compared.
If you go through my previous posts once again, you can make is clear that I didn't say/compare anything about the engine refinement of either celerio or indica.
The reason for comparing it with the indica why because, one was saying something like 'alto struggles to drive with 5 onbaord with the AC ON, so this celerio gonna be even more less performing car in such similar situation'. So i brought this indica which is having almost similar/lesser theoretical engine output figures.
- Indica 48bhp@5000rpm 85Nm@2500rpm
- Celerio 47bhp@3500rpm 125Nm@2000rpm
- Alto 48bhp@6200rpm 63Nm@3000rpm
- AltoCng 39bhp@6200rpm 54Nm@3000rpm
Quoting my own words to show you what did I actually say about indica.
Originally Posted by Kichu
Celerio diesel is a turbocharged engine, its peak power is at 3500rpm in against to alto's 6000rpm. So really cant be blamed before taking a test drive to know the actual scenario. FYI: Indica NA diesel engine has 48bhp@5000rpm and 85Nm@2500 torque. Still people are using this car, because for them it must be enough. People buy their car according to their requirements, isn't?
Anyways, If you say its far easier for a NA indica to reach 5000 rpm than the turbo charged celerio to reach 3500rpm then I have no other words.
How can you compare two different platform engines each other and say cylinder numbers are not directly proportional to the weight engine wait proportional to different engine platforms if maruti use current 2 cylinder 800cc engine block as a base of bigger four-cylinder engine then weight will be definitely doubled then current 800cc mill. So 178-180kg for all aluminum 1.6L 4 cylinder engine will be a much heavier than while compare with cost iron block engines
Sorry for not comparing it with the same types of engines,the reason is I didn't get the weight details for the same type of engines.
Okay, do you have the weights of any same type of engines to support your words?
It will be good if you can find the weight of the suzuki kseries k10b and k12b or k14b engines. Even though its a NA engines, still I feel its not proportional.
I can't digest the way it get double when two cylinders are added to it.
For example, a new turbo for the 4 cylinder wont be equal to the weight of the 2 turbos used in 800cc engine.
You dont need everything in two numbers like two airbox, air filters, oil filters, catcons, oil sumps, alternator or two different pulleys each for running AC compressor, Crankshaft, water pump, alternator. Still if you feel it will be double or more, then seriously I'm not good enough to give you even more better explanation.
Anyways I don't believe weights are directly proportional to number of cylinders of two different engines which belongs to the same platform.(like if the weight of a single cylinder engine is xkg, then the weight will be 2xkg, 3xkg and 4xkg for 2, 3 and 4 cylinder engines respectively.)