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2.2 i-ctdi reliability

Hello guys,

Is ok to run with honda civic 2.2 in 5th or 6th gear at 2000 rpm constantly to a long road ? It is possible that turbo or something else to be damaged ?

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Yes it is designed to be driven as far as you would like to travel.
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Yes it is designed to be driven as far as you would like to travel.
Yes i know , but my question was if is ok to keep the engine at 2000 rmp
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Re: 2.2 i-ctdi reliability

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Hello guys,

Is ok to run with honda civic 2.2 in 5th or 6th gear at 2000 rpm constantly to a long road ? It is possible that turbo or something else to be damaged ?

Thank you
If you want you can take frequent breaks. Personally I don't like running more than a couple minutes at a time. Of course I am NOT a car. Cars are supposed to be driven, they were even designed to be driven. Sometimes I find it surprising that cars can drive for hours on end for hundreds of miles until they run out of fuel.
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Re: 2.2 i-ctdi reliability

Over on this side of the pond, we might be able to travel at a constant speed for 300-500 US miles (800km?) before needing to refuel, depending on tank capacity and fuel efficiency.

Don't ignore potty breaks.
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