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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:39 pm 
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hello people! im just about to organise a 2lt engine conversion but i was just wondering about insurance? how much would it cost? im 20 with 2 yrs no claims? is it going to be a problem??


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:52 pm 
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Hey, shouldnt be a problem, me and a few others seem to have got good deals through adrian flux and HIC, but other people have got better deals with others!

Shop around would be your best plan ;)

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nope not going be a problem ;)

give flux or hic a call see what they can do for you

i pay just under 1k for my 2.0 all mods declared 2ncb's and i am 22

and i am with flux 8-)


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I paid £1200 at 19 with 1yrs NCB with flux, all mods declared, TPFT! 8-)

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i know its not a conversion, but on mine

£1300
1 yrs NCB
3 points
2 claims

and im 19 8-)

thats with admiral, cheapest for me

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I pay £65 a month and i'm 21 with 1 years NCB on a group 15 2.0 car in a medium risk area.

We have these all the times. You have to just ring around places, and find your own company that is cheapest for you. IF i were you with your stats, i wouldn't pay more than 850 TPFT or 1000 FC.

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It will probably be a bit cheaper when you turn 21 - how long you got to go for that?

You might also find alot of companies refusing to insure you with an engine conversion until you are 21, so try with the ones people have suggested first of all to get yourself a guide price. Then sit down and phone around to try and beat it :)

Ry - I thought you were older than 21 :o Thought you were 27 last year you old git :P

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