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Edward
PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:03 pm Up
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I moved the injectors back to the original position pointing at the valves. Runs massively better than when they were upstream in the bodies.

Needed a custom Jenvey fuel rail for this...does exactly the same job as the Peugeot rail!

 

2001 GTi 138, Bilstein Sprint dampers, H&R springs, 21mm Peugeot Sport torsion bars, 22mm rear ARB, Peugeot Sport Group A wishbones, 283mm discs, Goodridge stainless hoses, Maniflow 304 grade 4-2-1 2.5" manifold and system, 200 cell cat, Richard Longman head, 45mm Jenvey throttle bodies, 9.5mm TB spacers, 90mm air horns, Jenvey throttle linkage, Jenvey fuel rail, Aeromotive and Goodridge fuel fittings and braided hose, ITG sausage filter, Radtec custom radiator, Piper Ultimate Road cams, Piper vernier pulleys, Omex 600 ECU. Saxo electric PAS pump, Vibra Technics engine mounts. Samco coolant hoses, TTV steel flywheel, 4.76 final drive ratio, 307 CC 180 ratios. 2013 Volkswagen CC GT 2.0 TSi. 2017 Mercedes C300 convertible.
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Andrew
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The original 206 so clean that you could see your reflection in the underbody
My 206 thread
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Sim
PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2021 5:29 pm Up
206 Crazy


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Top-drawer Edward no doubt!

VorTechS wrote:
It's not surprising how bad the backing shields get, given the amount of crap they have to put up with.

I've never stripped the back wheels down far enough, and it didn't look like the shields were replaceable, for some reason! Always wondered what the next move would be!

Now I know... Wink

As the saying goes, "new is the long-forgotten old" Wink Scroll up/down from www.206info.co.uk/Foru...tml#656817 Cool Laughing

2.0 HDi, year 2000 (Lockdown 1.0 beater, waiting for works to start)
GTi 180, year 2004 (in hibernation after endless driving fun in 2019, queued for "cambelt in tight spaces")
Missus' 1.6 16v CC, year 2007 (bi-weekly)
£50 1.4 HDi, year 2002 (seatless transporter, Lockdown 2.0 beater, waiting to appear in an dedicated forum post)
EV (bi-weekly)
..couple more Franco/American-made/owned ones, journey depending
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