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I was wondering what everyone's revolution count is for driving at 70 MPH. I was expecting mine to be lower than it is.
 
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It's gonna depend on what engine you've got. Going to be higher on a 1.2 for example than a 1.8.
 

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I know that it will vary depending on engine size but that was the point of my thread. I wanted to compare them so as to ascertain whether mine was performing correctly.
 
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Just that in chris220's sig if says hes driving a 1.8 and your not gonna be able to see if your 1.8 is performing right against a 1.2! But if you just want to compare overall fair enough.
 

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I was actually hoping that others with the 1.8 and 1.4 would respond so that I get, as you say, an overall comparison. Of course hearing what the other models are capable of is of interest too.
 
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Had a look at mine the other day sits at about 3800-4000 rpm @ 70 mph. Mines a 1.2 16v.
 

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mine revs at about 3500-3800 your is a twinport aint it matt so should be a little better on the motorways 8)
 

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corsaboy1 said:
chris220 said:
I was wondering what everyone's revolution count is for driving at 70 MPH. I was expecting mine to be lower than it is.

Mine sites between 3500 & 4000 rpm @ 70mph. In a 1.2 16v
Not if urs is a 1.2 mate. If its a 1.2 then ur gonna get high revs ttryin to do 70+
 

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i have a 1.2 16v corsa it does about 3500/4000 revs in 70 i have do about 2miles with it at redline b4 topd out at 125 just i dnt reccomend it at al!!!!!!
 
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