Originally Posted by mari.parthi
Thank you for @Superbad & @allhyundaicars
This is as per the emission test norms rules set by the authorities. The emission test centre guy told me that the min RPM should be 1000 and they should accelerate for a max RPM 5000.
But these days diesel cars can accelerate even at less than 1000 RPM and that's exactly the case with Vento. The min RPM is only 750 and the car will start moving at this RPM. But our norms are saying differently.
I visited another Emission test centre in the evening and looks like most VW cars visit this specific for getting PUC done.
After about ten minutes of struggle was lucky to get the emission test done.
Couple of questions: With Euro IV certified why do we need the PUC?
Also we never accelerate more than 3000 RPM ideally. Even at 140KM/hr my RPM will still be not more than 3000. Then why to check for max RPM of 5000?
The guy accelerated for more than 30 times (for max RPM) in the morning. And about 15 times in the evening. So for getting the PUC done, actually the emission test centre is helping in polluting the environment.
Hi Parthi, there is something wrong with the emsission centre guy or he doesn't knows the procedure to do the same.
While carrying out the test they will keep a magnetic sensor which guages the RPM.
Then a sensor(Stick like) is inserted into the engine oil, which measures the temperature of engine oil.
Then they rev the vehicle for not more than 10 seconds(@3000 RPM) every time, and they take 5 readings.
The reading is in the form of Purge values.
Hope they had opened the bonnet and did all these things.
Where do you stay, i can suggest you a emission centre who knows this well. Btw
even my Scorpio's RPM has been set to 800 RPM.
The torque is amazing at the 1st gear.
From a mall's steep UP the car can come up without any acceleration. Btw
how much did you pay for emission and the validity is for 6 months right?
Here is a list of emission test centers in Bangalore: Pollution Control Certificate - Which Shop in Your City