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  • Q. What is the difference between BS6 compliance and BS4 engine? Hornet gives around 15 BHP and Gixxer around 14BHP costing almost 20k more, is it worth buying and can anyone tell me about the naked model will the same engine to be used and will it be BS4 or BS6?

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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    BS stands for the Bharat Stage emission norms which are set standards by the government regarding the environmental pollution by the combustion of fuel into the internal combustion engines. The BSVI emission norms are about to kick in the April 2020 due to the rise in the pollution which is eventually leading to the global warming therefore the government has taken a bold step to shift over to directly BS VI emission norms while skipping the BS V. As the engines made BSVI compliant the fuel is also made to be BS VI compliant by decreasing the amount of sulphur substantially lower than that offered in BS IV fuel. Thus, the engines will get a more refined fuel which would eventually lead to exhale a less polluted air through the exhaust of the vehicles. The BSIV cars which are currently available in the market would have no damage to their engines with the BS VI fuel, neither the BS VI fuel on a BS IV engine help the engine to get a cleaner emission. The Honda Hornet and Suzuki Gixxer SF are two different bikes ergonomically. Moreover, the Gixxer SF has a fuel injected engine with a new finely tuned engine. The engine technology used on the Gixxer SF is different from that used on the Honda Hornet. The Suspension is all new with a better comfort which justifies the cost of the bike.

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