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Old 20 Dec 2009, 12:46 am
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Default Can the new i-CDTi Honda diesels be souped up. The 2.2 liter one redlines at 5,000 rpm?

Can the new i-CDTi Honda diesels be souped up. The 2.2 liter one redlines at 5,000 rpm?
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Old 20 Dec 2009, 01:01 am
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Diesels are the easy to increase power. Unlike gas engines that can have to much fuel diesels do not have that problem as long as you get more air in.
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