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1.4 16V to 1.6 16V
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Projectsport
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 3:56 pm Reply with quote Up
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Swapping out my 1.4 16v for a 1.6 16V in a few weeks. Been informed it’s a straight forward swap, anyone else done it?
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Yes pretty straight forward swap mate a lot of saxo's/106's do this swap.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2018 8:18 am Reply with quote Up
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RoweY wrote:
Yes pretty straight forward swap mate a lot of saxo's/106's do this swap.


You know of any threads on it and how to’s? Does the loom need swapping is what I need to know mostly

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Edward
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Doesn't the 1.4 16v have VVT? The 1.6 doesn't. I suspect there will be more to this than you think.
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Edward wrote:
Doesn't the 1.4 16v have VVT? The 1.6 doesn't. I suspect there will be more to this than you think.


Yes it does have VVT, far as I’m aware the looms are identica and so is the running gear, the VVT shouldn’t have any effect on it

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But your ECU is expecting to have a VVT input but the 1.6 doesn't have one.
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. 2013 Volkswagen CC GT 2.0 TSi. 2013 mercedes B180
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Edward wrote:
But your ECU is expecting to have a VVT input but the 1.6 doesn't have one.


Aready got a 1.6 ECU, BSI, immobiliser chips etc Smile I’m more concerned about loom, mounts, box mounts etc.

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So far, for what we’re aware...
ECU/BSI/chips need changing, already got.
I need to get a throttle body sensor & cable, thermostat, fluids.
Got the filters already, plus odds & sods like bolts that were lost, powerflex engine mount, etc etc

What I ideally need to know is if the 1.4 16v loom will run the 1.6 16V and if the 1.4 box will work with the 1.6

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 10:28 pm Reply with quote Up
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UPDATE.

2005 ET3J4 to 2006 TU5JP4.
Needed:
ECU / BSI / immobiliser chip. (NOT from a CC)
Engine loom from the TU5JP4
ALL wiring from the Ecu to fusebox to bsi down to the ABS on the rear axle.
Upper engine mount.
Posting process on my main thread. But this is totally doable!

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