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    Default RPM Query....what should it be???

    I have got Honda City 2001 EXIS A/T.

    At idle without AC the Rpm is at 700 and with AC its at 650. And at which its fine, it dont vibrate or anything. But if pointer goes below 600 it sure starts to disturb, which it rarely does like after 03 months and then I have to set it.

    My query is that when I am driving at 90kmph on CNG, RPM needle is at 2300 but I was reading forums in which they are claiming that when they are driving 75mph/120kph there rpm is at 2500 on gasoline aka petrol.

    So because when I am driving 120kph on CNG at motorway, my needle is pointing in between 3200 & 3500 rpm, don't remember exactly since its long when I travelled last on m2.

    Since I be travelling on M2 on sunday so should I get checked up or yours car also do 120kph in same rpm!!! Else oil, filter were changed 3 months back. Car to me is running absolute fine but I am only curious about RPM!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahhashmat View Post
    I have got Honda City 2001 EXIS A/T.

    At idle without AC the Rpm is at 700 and with AC its at 650. And at which its fine, it dont vibrate or anything. But if pointer goes below 600 it sure starts to disturb, which it rarely does like after 03 months and then I have to set it.

    My query is that when I am driving at 90kmph on CNG, RPM needle is at 2300 but I was reading forums in which they are claiming that when they are driving 75mph/120kph there rpm is at 2500 on gasoline aka petrol.

    So because when I am driving 120kph on CNG at motorway, my needle is pointing in between 3200 & 3500 rpm, don't remember exactly since its long when I travelled last on m2.

    Since I be travelling on M2 on sunday so should I get checked up or yours car also do 120kph in same rpm!!! Else oil, filter were changed 3 months back. Car to me is running absolute fine but I am only curious about RPM!!!
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    automatic transmission rpm is always higher if u compare it with manual transy at same speed

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    Someone quoted 2500 rpm at 120 kph for civic 2000 auto...

    Could that be due to overdrive option, if there is any, or by cruising positive drive locking thing, if there is any...

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    The RPM shall be 700 at idle & with aircon 1000 precisely. If it drops with aircon engaged, please check for the idle up wring & vaccum pipes fix & get it readjusted. remember 700 for warm engine idle & 1000 with aircon. anything under or above need to be diagnosed & fixed.
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    I'm quoting a 7 months old post ...

    so, for city 2010 A/T (prosmatec) is this 700rpm also valid ? only petrol thou, no cng.

    when i started my car at night, the rpm went upto 2000 ... :O

    later, wen it cooled down, it dropped to 1000 ...

    i thought it was okay, isnt it ?

    also, at 80-90 km/h, the rpm goes to 2500~3200 (in city), esp. if i give a hard press on gas ....

    well,
    is that normal too ?




    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post
    The RPM shall be 700 at idle & with aircon 1000 precisely. If it drops with aircon engaged, please check for the idle up wring & vaccum pipes fix & get it readjusted. remember 700 for warm engine idle & 1000 with aircon. anything under or above need to be diagnosed & fixed.
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    will anyone answer that or shud i make a new thread ?? :|


    Quote Originally Posted by ss_rebel View Post
    I'm quoting a 7 months old post ...

    so, for city 2010 A/T (prosmatec) is this 700rpm also valid ? only petrol thou, no cng.

    when i started my car at night, the rpm went upto 2000 ...

    later, wen it cooled down, it dropped to 1000 ...

    i thought it was okay, isnt it ?

    also, at 80-90 km/h, the rpm goes to 2500~3200 (in city), esp. if i give a hard press on gas ....

    well,
    is that normal too ?


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    you need to share more details - is your car running on tap water, without thermostat & direct fans,

    argument for rpm is valid for vehicles in oem engine cooling setup. with thermostat & coolant circulating in system and fans running on automatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post
    you need to share more details - is your car running on tap water, without thermostat & direct fans,

    argument for rpm is valid for vehicles in oem engine cooling setup. with thermostat & coolant circulating in system and fans running on automatic.
    thou bought it from someone, but havent changed anything from oem.
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