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what capicity are the 2.0's, i am updating my log book

i know its 2000cc, but whats the exact reading 19??cc :?



1989cc, dont know the other question! :? :lol:


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i have to say sorry now for the stupid questions...

what capicity are the 2.0's, i am updating my log book

i know its 2000cc, but whats the exact reading 19??cc :?



1989cc, dont know the other question! :? :lol:


1998cc
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well parkers said that! :look:

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umm.. so which one is it then :? :lol: :lol:

does anybody no the answer to the engine number question :? , i think it is wrtiien down as you look at from the floor upm but just want to make sure beofore i put on my log book and cock it up :look:


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umm.. so which one is it then :? :lol: :lol:



Id go with JJ as he seems to be right most of the time! :rolleyes: :red: :)

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Id go with JJ as he seems to be right most of the time! :rolleyes: :red: :)


that true :lol: :lol: man's a saint 8-) , very knowledgeable


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Ok, so what does it mean if youve got 'SO' stamped on the manifold?

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Id go with JJ as he seems to be right most of the time! :rolleyes: :red: :)


that true :lol: :lol: man's a saint 8-) , very knowledgeable


*blushes*

wouldnt go that far dude. just read up a lot about them. but thanks
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well i have to thank you jd if it wasn't for your reply and other's replies i wouldn't have got as far with my 2.0 conversion

so as i have said i have too give credit where credit is due 8-)


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cheers dude. glad to be of assistance.
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cheers dude. glad to be of assistance.
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8-) , the assistance was greatly accepted as i have know one that had done the conversion before, so you were a great help and so were a few other members who answered my dim witted questions :lol: :look:

i know now enough about my car to do things myself, which i never had the confidence to do before, i have learnt things that i never even knew before i started this conversion

and my friend and i were complimented, someone said that they wouldn't have taken on the conversion. i know to some the conversion was a piece of piss, but i had never worked on a fiesta before and nor had my friend, so as someone else down the workshop put it "its like the blind leading the blind" :lol: , which it was, but i never looked at the guide once, i had it printed out just in case, but as i had read it so many time i knew what to do :lol:


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cheers dude. glad to be of assistance.
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8-) , the assistance was greatly accepted as i have know one that had done the conversion before, so you were a great help and so were a few other members who answered my dim witted questions :lol: :look:

i know now enough about my car to do things myself, which i never had the confidence to do before, i have learnt things that i never even knew before i started this conversion

and my friend and i were complimented, someone said that they wouldn't have taken on the conversion. i know to some the conversion was a piece of piss, but i had never worked on a fiesta before and nor had my friend, so as someone else down the workshop put it "its like the blind leading the blind" :lol: , which it was, but i never looked at the guide once, i had it printed out just in case, but as i had read it so many time i knew what to do :lol:


i was exactly the same. i'd never really done any serious work on my/any car. just read a lot of theory. now is a different matter, lol.
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So To answer your original question terry how is the 2.0ltr conversion

Very easy! and very worth it 8-) which im sure you'll all but agree! :)

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So To answer your original question terry how easy is the 2.0ltr conversion

Very easy! and very worth it 8-) which im sure you'll all but agree! :)

:rolleyes:

it is worth the money. Ford should've done it from the factory. but at the time the Si was released. joy riding was more than a hobby for some little scallies
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:lol: It is easy(ish) you dont need to be a fully trained mechanic to do it!

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:lol: It is easy(ish) you dont need to be a fully trained mechanic to do it!


it's just like a normal engine replacement really.
it's not like the engine is a totally different type, ie, YB
just take the 1.6 out, bolt all the bits off the 1.6 on 2.0, away you go
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to answer my own question, the 2.0 conversion wasn't as hard as i thought i was going to be, at the time of asking that question, i knew nothing about cars. i still no nothing about cars :lol: even after doin the conversion :lol: :lol: , no i am joking i am not a qualified mechanic and neither is my friend, there is a mechanic at out workshop tho just in case :look:

but as i said i am more confident to do things on my car now, just need about of confidence building to work on my brakes tho :look:


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i hope i can afford to get a 2ltr engine and fit it over xmas.. but the money i earn should pay off my overdraft instead, but.. fuck it :lol:

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but as i said i am more confident to do things on my car now, just need about of confidence building to work on my brakes tho :look:


i dont touch brakes and i think jj's the same, bit to important thing to be playing with as a novice mechanic! :lol:

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i hope i can afford to get a 2ltr engine and fit it over xmas.. but the money i earn should pay off my overdraft instead, but.. fubar it :lol:


Your a student, Get a loan! :lol: :D

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