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Euro 1 vs Euro 2 vs Euro 3

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Euro 1 vs Euro 2 vs Euro 3

Postby a350a380 » Tue Jul 25, 2017 4:10 pm

Hi All,

I'm trying to identify all Euro 1, 2 and 3 differences for several types in Victoria.

Am I correct in assuming all O405NH are Euro 2.

All Scania L113 are euro 1 except former Ventura 1161/1162 (prev 816/817). Is Ventura 474 (Portsea) dating from 2000 Euro 1 or 2?

All Scania L94UB after 08/2002 Euro 3 with Dyson 180 the first. I'm unsure what the last batch of MBL CR222 376-381 are? And if the last Ventura (Peninsula) ones 427 and 433 dating from 02/2002 are Euro 2 or Euro 3 either?

All Scania L94UA are Euro 3 including Grenda 102 from 08/2000

If anyone can clarify this for me or point me to a relevent resource that would be great as there seems no way to tell from chassis number etc

Other types are easy to identify so haven't asked about those.

Thanks
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Re: Euro 1 vs Euro 2 vs Euro 3

Postby MAN 16.242 » Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:04 pm

MBL 376-381 are Euro 2
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Re: Euro 1 vs Euro 2 vs Euro 3

Postby a350a380 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:32 pm

Thanks, these are from mid 2002. I wonder if all others of a similar age or earliet are also euro 2.
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Re: Euro 1 vs Euro 2 vs Euro 3

Postby scott » Fri Jul 28, 2017 1:38 pm

Invicta (as it was at the time), took delivery of a batch of Scanias in 2000/01, amongst them were the first Euro 3 Scanias delivered in Australia I think, that batch was a mix of Euro 2 and Euro 3 (now 789 to 795 in the Ventura fleet) with 791 I think the first Euro 3.

Ventura L94UB 1195 is the first Euro 3 Scania in that fleet dating from 12.2001. All new deliveries to Ventura from that date were Euro 3, the engines sound a bit different to the Euro 2 motors (a bit more powerful and sound different at idle). Not sure about the early 2002 ones that Grenda Corp received for Peninsula, they could be either.

Euro 3 became compulsory from 1st Jan 2003, all remaining stocks of Euro 2 chassis had to be bodied by 31/12/2002, but some suppliers got an extension until mid 2003 , so some Euro 2's may of been completed in the 1st half of 2003.
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