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Offline Jordan

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M16 engine
« on: July 20, 2013, 02:25:05 PM »
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  • Hi bros,

    Anyone with experience, kindly advise.
    I wish to change my m13 to m16, what r the stuffs to change and roughly how much?

    Thanks for the advise.

    Offline jackjack90

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #1 on: July 20, 2013, 03:47:25 PM »
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  • Straight buy a used m16a engine lo. Go find those half cut one.

    Offline Samuraijimny413

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #2 on: July 20, 2013, 05:41:12 PM »
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  • Turbo charging is x10 more joy for power up/bang for bucks :)
    To start at 1.6?...the thirst for the torque and risk of the LTA rule just doesnt pair up. The current VW.Audi 1.4s are giving many Vtecs a hard time...
    1.3 low comp+a sweet 0.6-0.8 light boost will provide up to 40-60HP not forgetting the turbo spooling wheez & gravitational pulls.




    Szuki

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #3 on: July 20, 2013, 05:43:55 PM »
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  • I wanna complete with TC to M16. So slowly do up this baby.

    But ajy ideas what are the stuffs I need to change simultaneously?

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #4 on: July 20, 2013, 10:25:50 PM »
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  • Purchase half cut and rip that gearbox and drive shafts too...
    Our neighbours north are familiar with such comprehensive works.
    Need for speed?...may jeopardize reliability.
    Godspeed to the project...




    Szuki

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #5 on: July 20, 2013, 11:28:55 PM »
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  • Turbo charging is x10 more joy for power up/bang for bucks :)
    To start at 1.6?...the thirst for the torque and risk of the LTA rule just doesnt pair up. The current VW.Audi 1.4s are giving many Vtecs a hard time...
    1.3 low comp+a sweet 0.6-0.8 light boost will provide up to 40-60HP not forgetting the turbo spooling wheez & gravitational pulls.




    Szuki

    Audi VW 1.4 giving Vtec a hard time? How sure is that? 1.3 with 0.8 is still far away from expectation....
    A good tuning car must be something that you can take out to the streets.  The car must be fun, fast and safe on all kinds of road conditions.

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #6 on: July 21, 2013, 12:05:24 AM »
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  • Turbo rides have wide options giving many rides a run for its money.

    Vtecs are super jap machines.
    VVT is chasing the tails of the world.


    Looking forward to see the final project of 1.3 conversion to 1.6 to TC.




    Szuki


    "1.3 with 0.8 can see smoke "

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #7 on: July 21, 2013, 03:14:09 AM »
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  • Hahaha... Thanks for the advise so far bro(s)...
    Looking forward to doing up, slowly of cuz... Hahaha

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #8 on: July 21, 2013, 02:37:09 PM »
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  • Turbo rides have wide options giving many rides a run for its money.

    Vtecs are super jap machines.
    VVT is chasing the tails of the world.


    Looking forward to see the final project of 1.3 conversion to 1.6 to TC.




    Szuki


    "1.3 with 0.8 can see smoke "
    1.3 with 0.8 can only see others smoke. Been there and proven. So, maybe have to lower the expectation.
    A good tuning car must be something that you can take out to the streets.  The car must be fun, fast and safe on all kinds of road conditions.

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #9 on: July 21, 2013, 10:43:35 PM »
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  • Jordan>M18A ?
    http://www.swiftclubsg.com/forumv1/viewtopic.php?t=47585 WTS M18A at Swiftclub.
    Hope the moderators don't mind, pardon me.


    Chaselim>Setting an idealistic benchmark perforrmance for 1.3/08 and there wont be disappointment.  ;D If the true intention is to be king of the track, start with an originally turbo-charged rig, souping it up & that'd propel you further with expected/desired horsepower in the real world.
    Being there and done that doesn't mean the others can't score better. The past 1.3 GTi generations are still souping up and racing till this minute and i wonder how many times it had been souped-up,dekitted/souped-up/dekitted/exported/dekitted/souped-up/T/C/dekitted.....the world over.The joy of enhancing one's ride to the max potential amongst compact car series would keep the spirit high.Personal note, reliability begets high performance anyday.
    Keep rigging up, This forum needs some spice anyway.


    Szuki
    "ZC-11, the original 1.3s"


    « Last Edit: July 22, 2013, 09:26:44 AM by Samuraijimny413 »

    Offline chaselim

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    Re: M16 engine
    « Reply #10 on: July 21, 2013, 11:00:04 PM »
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  • Jordan>M18A ?
    http://www.swiftclubsg.com/forumv1/viewtopic.php?t=47585 WTS M18A at Swiftclub.
    Hope the moderators don't mind, pardon me.


    Chaselim>Setting an idealistic benchmark perforrmance for 1.3/08 and there wont be disappointment.  ;D If the true intention is to be king of the track, start with an originally turbo-charged rig, souping it up & that'd propel you further with expected/desired horsepower in the real world.
    Being there and done that doesn't mean the others can't score better. The past 1.3 GTi generations are still souping up and racing till this minute and i wonder how many times it had been souped-up,dekitted/souped-up/dekitted/exported/dekitted/souped-up/T/C/dekitted.....the world over.The joy of enhancing one's ride to the max potential amongst compact car series would keep the spirit high.Personal note, reliability begets high performance anyday.
    Keep rigging up, This forum needs some spice anyway.


    Szuki
    "ZC-11, the original 1.3s"

    Bro, maybe u better find out more facts, starting from Governement about CNG to 1.3 with 0.8. Don't based on hear said as the conclusion.
    « Last Edit: July 21, 2013, 11:07:09 PM by chaselim »
    A good tuning car must be something that you can take out to the streets.  The car must be fun, fast and safe on all kinds of road conditions.

     



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