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    Default How much oil is needed in an L15A2 (iDSI) engine?

    How much oil does an L15A2 (iDSI) engine need?
    Since my swapped engine knocks, therefore, I wish to know everything is fit. One reason of knocking can be insufficient oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    I just don't want to say it. But you might feel knocking again when u will use regular petrol. Don't know the reason why, but it has happened with me. My car's previous owner swapped L12 to L13 with the original ECU and wiring and knocking has never ended since then. Only time knocking is over when I pour it with hi-octane.

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    Solution is there -- hi-octane. So nothing to be alarmed. Unfortunately we have to live with whatever poor standards we are entrusted to.

    By the way, I was wondering, what is the octane number of the regular petrol that is sold to us in Pakistani petrol pumps? And what it is for the hi-octane one?

    Random searches on Internet to find the recommended rated hi-octane number for Honda Aria L15A2 engine gives me mixed results. While most of them say it must be 87 or better, one listed it as 91. So if knocking returns, than perhaps it would mean that we get petrol that is poorer than the 87 rating.

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    Oem ecu is set for a 1248cc engine n so r the air fuel ratio's etc
    So the lean thing does mk sense actually
    But chalti ka naam gari
    Does L15 have egr ? Cause L12 does not
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by x2 View Post
    Solution is there -- hi-octane. So nothing to be alarmed. Unfortunately we have to live with whatever poor standards we are entrusted to.

    By the way, I was wondering, what is the octane number of the regular petrol that is sold to us in Pakistani petrol pumps? And what it is for the hi-octane one?

    Random searches on Internet to find the recommended rated hi-octane number for Honda Aria L15A2 engine gives me mixed results. While most of them say it must be 87 or better, one listed it as 91. So if knocking returns, than perhaps it would mean that we get petrol that is poorer than the 87 rating.
    Regular 87, but hi-super from total parco is 90. Hi-octane is 91

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    Oem ecu is set for a 1248cc engine n so r the air fuel ratio's etc
    So the lean thing does mk sense actually
    But chalti ka naam gari
    Does L15 have egr ? Cause L12 does not
    EGR??

    Sent from my HUAWEI MT7-TL10 using PW Forums mobile app

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    Oem ecu is set for a 1248cc engine n so r the air fuel ratio's etc
    So the lean thing does mk sense actually
    But chalti ka naam gari
    Does L15 have egr ? Cause L12 does not
    L15 does have an EGR which now sits without an electrical connection. I am wondering what could go wrong this way. Any tip?

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    Since L12 ecu has no reading for egr u r good to go
    Obviously to get the best n most out of L15 wld hv meant to wire egr + L15 ecu
    But if car is giving no trouble let it b i guess
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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