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To expand on Anarach's excellent answer; the burn rate of diesel is slower than petrol and at higher RPM you would risk the exhaust valve opening whist the mixture in the cylinder was still burning. Increase the RPM higher, especially on engines designed with some overlap so that inlet and exhaust valves are open at the same time and if you still have a ...


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In Short its based on low burn rate of diesel plus the longer stroke of the diesel engine. First you must understand the difference between these engines, the diesel works on purely compression of fuel , heating and generating bang to produce power, the gasoline on the other hand is natively twitchy and needs a spark to explode and produce power on its own. ...


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A few other things which no one has mentioned which are pretty easy to do, or only require a cheap tool. Check the engine side of the air filter for black oil or sludge. Indicates too much pressure in the crankcase forcing excess oil and vapors back through the air intake. This could be caused by either a clogged PCV system ( cheap to fix ) or because of ...



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