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Consuption

Discussion in 'Problems, Fixes, Tips...' started by protusi, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. protusi

    protusi Copenworld Newbie

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    Daihatsu Copen, Toyota Starlet
    Hello from Russia :)

    I have a problem with my Copen with 0,6L engine.

    Consuption is 11L/100 km, but last summer it was 8. I have a new air filter and new sparks. What a problem? My copen consuption same as Toyota Starlet 1.3 boost-up (1.2 Bar). But Starlet is 170 HP :)
     
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  2. ex-xr

    ex-xr Copenworld Newbie

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    привет Protusi!:)
    My Copen consumpts around 5.5 to 6.5 L / 100 KM - I'm pretty slow mostly!
    What spark plugs did you fit? DENSO or NGK or even something else? In my Manual are DENSO (SK20PR-A8) or NGK (IFR6J) listed. Well, it's from my german Manual.
    Have you changed anything else? Or have you tuned something?
    Do you drive very sporty (8 L sounds like you're having a lot of fun with your Copen!)? Do you drive mostly in the city? - If yes, a consumption that high can be normal!
     
  3. protusi

    protusi Copenworld Newbie

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    thanx for answer.

    I use denso ik20. I didnt think that i drive sporty :) I drive sporty with my Starlet :D
     
  4. ex-xr

    ex-xr Copenworld Newbie

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    You're welcome! ;)
    If you don't drive too sporty and your Copen is still stock - even the 15 inch wheels with 165/50 R15 Bridgestone Potenza Tires (or another manufacturer, the size is the important thing) are mounted and if you drive in the city as well as you drive through rural areas, then I don't get it! Maybe you should get your Copen checked by a Daihatsu dealer?!
     
  5. protusi

    protusi Copenworld Newbie

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    Daihatsu dealer in Russia? :D:D:D:D:D:D:D
     
  6. ex-xr

    ex-xr Copenworld Newbie

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    You don't have em? Well, I thought so...but I wasn't sure.
    Here in Germany Daihatsu stops selling cars in Feb. '13!:( Damn, parts prices will rise up and up!
     
  7. dwayner

    dwayner Copenworld Regular

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    dwayner

    dont be to worried - diahatsu pulled out of australia in 2005 and parts are still the same - expensive compared to toyota, but ive noticed recently some of the parts are even made in australia now.
     
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