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Old 17-10-2020, 17:27   #31
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Re: Common Rail Experience?

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Originally Posted by mvweebles View Post
This is misleading. Beta complies with category 1 tier 3 standards which was a voluntary standard in the late 90s. The testing regime for category 3 tier 3 compliance is difficult and expensive. Beta gets by because their largest engine is under 100hp.

Its a good engine. Would be my choice I'm current offerings. But it's not the same tier 3 engine as the big boys adhere to.

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