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Old 07-06-2004, 01:31 AM   #1
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Default 1900cc Conversions.......

Seing as you folks are all about naturally aspirated power, i thought i'd ask here.

Has anyone ever had a 1900cc engine conversion? I'm asking around on the XROC as well as a few other sites trying to find as much info as possible.

I've e-mailed Specialist Engineering over my idea's and for pricing etc based around a xr3/xr3i/rs1600i head set-up for my motor as i don't wanna go the turbo route.

Anyone with any information or experience would be greatly received!
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Hi, I have a specialised 1900cc engine in my XR2 - goes well in such a light car. Also have a 1800cc CVH and a 2.1 ZVH in my other cars. The larger capacity sure gives you loads of torque over the 1600cc.

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Wicked, what kinda power output does it produce, what stage of tune is the head etc, and what kinda price range did the whole set-up cost you?

Thans kev!!!!
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hi i have a blueprinted power engineering engine and box
in my 16i still on coils xr4i throttle body big cam
emerald ecu vauxhall fuel rail, no more
k tronic junk pushing out 130-- 140bhp
off the speedo, but wont stop!!!!!!!!!!!
outruns standard rs turbo,s!!!
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