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1.1 Engine swap
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Jamerz
PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:36 pm Up
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*I fully understand that this is not cost effective, I how ever want something to work on*

I have a 52 Plate 206 and I'm ever tempted to buy a 1.6 8v saxo VTR engine on the cheap keep it in my shed and rebuild/ clean it. eventually putting it into my Car, would it drop straight in ?

I know the older engines have a different manifolds, would the newer engines have the same manifold as my current car?

(Will be Upgrading suspension and brakes)

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RoweY
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Anything is possible mate, not thought of the 1.6 16v out of the 206 ? Would be an easier swap I would of thought plus would be quicker and more tunable in the long run
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Jamerz
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RoweY wrote:
Anything is possible mate, not thought of the 1.6 16v out of the 206 ? Would be an easier swap I would of thought plus would be quicker and more tunable in the long run

That does sound like a better idea, but would I need to change the ECU, and the dials, etc?

I guessed the the 1.6 8v would be easier to swap and could run on the 1.1 Ecu?

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MrBSI
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Saxo VTR engine would be NON plexed.

Your 206 is MULTIPLEXED.

The two different electrical systems are non compatible.

While the 1.1 ecu could possibly get the engine to start - it will run like a bag of s**te as the ecu mapping will be completely wrong for the engine.

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Jamerz
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MrBSI wrote:
Saxo VTR engine would be NON plexed.

Your 206 is MULTIPLEXED.

The two different electrical systems are non compatible.

While the 1.1 ecu could possibly get the engine to start - it will run like a bag of s**te as the ecu mapping will be completely wrong for the engine.

Okay thank you for the explanation am i right in thinking that the 1.4 8v 206 engine would be a straight swap?

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