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7th Feb 05 at 17:33   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

if i was to put a x16xe or a c16xe bottom end on my x14xe head, would i need the ECU for the x16xe/c16xe cos if i used to x14xe one it wouldnt giv it the right amount of fuel and stuff correct?
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7th Feb 05 at 17:35   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

yes, you defo need the right ECU
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you got a ported and polished head then? cos if not, its easier to just swap for a 1.6 (x16 is better as the lexmaul will fit)
and all ecu and loom are same, so its just a straight swap
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Originally posted by robmarriott
you got a ported and polished head then? cos if not, its easier to just swap for a 1.6 (x16 is better as the lexmaul will fit)
and all ecu and loom are same, so its just a straight swap



na not yet, was just thinking of ideas....
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just put an x16 in it, thats what broster did, and with his x14xe head, with cams and polishing, a 4 branch manifold and unichip he got 138 bhp
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7th Feb 05 at 17:51   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

and its on the 1.4 ecu
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7th Feb 05 at 17:54   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

that was my point
i want a nice beefy 1.6
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o right, so i cud just get mine remapped thn?
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thats a bit rude gavinster
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