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Mazda B2500 Speed

Postby parmvt » November 22nd, 2009, 11:56 am

Hey guys i want to know something.
Am only getting to 145km flat out and not a drop more
Question:Are all the B2500 like this or is my van govern down?
Any solutions!!

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Postby 10-01 » November 22nd, 2009, 2:42 pm

change the fuel filter ........ i ahve a bt50 and a b2500 both have the same engines and i get about 170 in 5th gear :!:

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Postby parmvt » November 22nd, 2009, 6:03 pm

Yeah i changed oil and all filters but it still didnt make a difference.

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Postby 10-01 » November 22nd, 2009, 7:58 pm

it has a lil filter by the line that goes into the diesel pump i heard it has a strainer there that gets clogged up sum times i'lll try to get a pik for u

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Postby Toyopet » November 23rd, 2009, 6:45 pm

Skunk2 wrote:change the fuel filter ........ i ahve a bt50 and a b2500 both have the same engines and i get about 170 in 5th gear :!:


I have a BT50 and a B2500 also,and the BT won't go past 160 for nothing,not on a downhill or night.This was bought new. The B2500 we bought second hand and is reaches 175,got to 180 on a downhill once,but this has an automatic transmission conversion from a ranger. Whats up with my BT?

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Postby boost11 » November 23rd, 2009, 7:54 pm

i think the BT only pushes around 120 hp..it has a lot of torque which would make it pull off quickly from a standstill, but since it doesnt have that much horsepower, it's top end speed capabilities would die off easily and wouldnt be very high..

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Postby parmvt » November 26th, 2009, 6:50 pm

any other inputs??

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Postby parmvt » November 30th, 2009, 9:00 pm

well :shock:

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Postby wagon r » December 1st, 2009, 9:25 am

well....how about the fact that you are driving a van, made for towing and haulin stuff....not a race car...made for going at really fast speeds.

...and why would you want to be doing 150+kph in something that has no weight on the rear axle.....


...if you so want to go fast.....buy a car.. :|

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Postby parmvt » December 1st, 2009, 9:37 am

yeah whatever!!!
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Postby bleedingfreak » December 1st, 2009, 3:31 pm

parmvt wrote:yeah whatever!!!
Next


:gay: :gay:

:roll: :roll: :roll:

Wish somebody would lock this thread...

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Postby parmvt » December 1st, 2009, 3:33 pm

Next!!!

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Postby parmvt » January 3rd, 2010, 7:12 pm

0X 0X 0X

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Postby Sabot » January 5th, 2010, 7:58 am

wagon r wrote:well....how about the fact that you are driving a van, made for towing and haulin stuff....not a race car...made for going at really fast speeds.

...and why would you want to be doing 150+kph in something that has no weight on the rear axle.....


...if you so want to go fast.....buy a car.. :|


x2

These vehicles are not designed for speed; it always amazes me to see the way some people drive them on the highway unaware of how easily they can lose control. :?

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Postby parmvt » January 5th, 2010, 8:45 pm

I totally agree with you BUT
with knowledge comes experience and i know personally a van just cant loose control without a reason JUST like a car.
The probability of a van loosing control maybe higher than a car but it just dosent happen so.

Anyhow i thought this was the tucks and pickups section so why everyone just hating??
Let there peace!!!!

So back to the original question.
This week i found a booster chip that gives you up to 40 more Hp but it can only work on those Common Rail engines.
But am not sure if the Mazda B2500 carrys this type of engine.
Can anyone shed some light and whats the difference????

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Postby SmokeyGTi » January 11th, 2010, 11:55 am

Skunk2 wrote:it has a lil filter by the line that goes into the diesel pump i heard it has a strainer there that gets clogged up sum times i'lll try to get a pik for u


parmvt, did you check the strainer?

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Postby parmvt » January 12th, 2010, 8:28 am

yeah man the strainer clean.
i think my van is governed down going to check it by a diesel mech. this week
will update!!

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Postby mazdaspeed2009 » January 13th, 2010, 10:36 am

well we go see u on d cross saturday nite then? hahahahaha isa VAN bro V..A..N.. those upgrades u talkin/thinkin about might do more damage than good to ure engine..doin 160/170+ ina pickup on d road we call a highway is jus plain stupid but i guess u not immune to that... :mrgreen:

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Postby V2NR 3.0 » January 13th, 2010, 10:47 am

wagon r wrote:well....how about the fact that you are driving a van, made for towing and haulin stuff....not a race car...made for going at really fast speeds.

...and why would you want to be doing 150+kph in something that has no weight on the rear axle.....

...if you so want to go fast.....buy a car.. :|


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Postby parmvt » January 13th, 2010, 6:46 pm

Any other inputs from useful and more intelligent tuners>>>>>>>
To mazdaspeed2009 and V2NR 3.0 nobody asked you for your opinion only your inputs but apperntly you both are to dumb for that......

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Postby bleedingfreak » January 13th, 2010, 7:12 pm

parmvt wrote:I totally agree with you BUT
with knowledge comes experience and i know personally a van just cant loose control without a reason JUST like a car.
The probability of a van loosing control maybe higher than a car but it just dosent happen so.

Anyhow i thought this was the tucks and pickups section so why everyone just hating??
Let there peace!!!!

So back to the original question.
This week i found a booster chip that gives you up to 40 more Hp but it can only work on those Common Rail engines.
But am not sure if the Mazda B2500 carrys this type of engine.
Can anyone shed some light and whats the difference????


See you want to flame on fellas but you dont even know what kind of engine you have in your truck. This is why you will get pong.

FYI the engine in your mazda is a WLT. This engine is not common rail

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Re: Mazda B2500 Speed

Postby bleedingfreak » January 13th, 2010, 7:25 pm

parmvt wrote:Hey guys i want to know something.
Am only getting to 145km flat out and not a drop more
Question:Are all the B2500 like this or is my van govern down?
Any solutions!!


Back to your original problem.

How old is your vehicle? Mileage? These things help diagnose problems.

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Postby mazdaspeed2009 » January 15th, 2010, 1:34 pm

put in ah sr20 problem solved!
:mrgreen:

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Postby SmokeyGTi » January 18th, 2010, 8:32 pm

under all seriousness, the b2500 does accelerate faster than your average stock 1.5/1.6L sedan..well from 2nd gear up...

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Re: Mazda B2500 Speed

Postby knowprose » January 19th, 2010, 9:28 pm

parmvt wrote:Hey guys i want to know something.
Am only getting to 145km flat out and not a drop more
Question:Are all the B2500 like this or is my van govern down?
Any solutions!!


2 things, since others have already mentioned some common sense stuff.

First, if the B2500 is a 4x4, you probably aren't going to get as much high end because of the rear diff. :roll:

Second, if you're running larger tyres/rims, your speedometer isn't accurate. Consult this link. :roll:

HTH.

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Postby taz1006 » February 2nd, 2010, 1:14 pm

fellaz go info and yes my 2006 b2500 4x4 goes up to 160km/ph.......

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Well...

Postby knowprose » February 2nd, 2010, 6:05 pm

taz1006 wrote:fellaz go info and yes my 2006 b2500 4x4 goes up to 160km/ph.......


Using GPS (10-12 satellite lock), I've clocked mine at 168 km/hr top end (speedometer read 150-155). But running at top end with my tyres (offroad) with gas shocks rattle things loose.

You don't buy a 4x4 for top end. You buy it to go off road. Someone else already said it, but...

:roll: If you aren't going offroad, consider a 4x2 or a car. :roll:

:roll: If you want to go fast, get a car. :roll:

:wink: If you want to knock through the bush and play in the mud, get a 4x4. :wink:

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Postby taz1006 » February 3rd, 2010, 10:34 am

ok if
Using GPS (10-12 satellite lock), I've clocked mine at 168 km/hr top end (speedometer read 150-155). But running at top end with my tyres (offroad) with gas shocks rattle things loose.

You don't buy a 4x4 for top end. You buy it to go off road. Someone else already said it, but...

If you aren't going offroad, consider a 4x2 or a car.

If you want to go fast, get a car.

If you want to knock through the bush and play in the mud, get a 4x4.


dude if you have no concern why waste time looking here....parmvt asked a question and we honestly tell from our experience aswell i share my experience offroad....so dude read before entering,however you ur self wanted to kno.....
in other words

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Re: Well...

Postby bleedingfreak » February 3rd, 2010, 2:55 pm

knowprose wrote:
taz1006 wrote:fellaz go info and yes my 2006 b2500 4x4 goes up to 160km/ph.......


Using GPS (10-12 satellite lock), I've clocked mine at 168 km/hr top end (speedometer read 150-155). But running at top end with my tyres (offroad) with gas shocks rattle things loose.

You don't buy a 4x4 for top end. You buy it to go off road. Someone else already said it, but...

:roll: If you aren't going offroad, consider a 4x2 or a car. :roll:

:roll: If you want to go fast, get a car. :roll:

:wink: If you want to knock through the bush and play in the mud, get a 4x4. :wink:


I didnt buy a 4x4 to go off road... *sniff* *sniff*

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Postby parmvt » February 3rd, 2010, 3:15 pm

Yeah but i still cant cross 140 d van not accelerating on 5th gear when it reaches 140km and 3500rpm.It just stands right there when it reaches that point.
I think it has to do with the fuel pump(some adjustment)
Any inputs???
Anyone knows a good and certifed diesel mech??

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