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just noticed also.. you forgot sump gasket in your list matt :)


that should be included in the gsket set, mine was 8-)

oh and i can edit because i am special 8-) 8-) :insanity:


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N.B. A gasket set can useually be purchased which will work out cheaper than buying individaully


:P I may have missed it Moe but its in the set like terry said! :red: :P

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You should be able to edit now :)


what was the problem then des?


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You should be able to edit now :)


yep.. edit button is availible


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EvilDes wrote:
You should be able to edit now :)


what was the problem then des?


No problem, just permissions weren't set for people to be able to edit. Think we set it up like that when we set this forum up, but in hindsight, it's better to have it :)

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Do any mounts need to be changed to fit a 2.0 ltr? :? :? :?


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Do any mounts need to be changed to fit a 2.0 ltr? :? :? :?


you have to use the 1.6 mounts all round IIRC


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Do any mounts need to be changed to fit a 2.0 ltr? :? :? :?


you have to use the 1.6 mounts all round IIRC


correct!

But you may as well slap new gearbox mounts on for good luck! 8-)

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SOUND IIRC??? :?


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Hi, how easy would this conversion be into a R reg mk4 fiesta? its currently a 1.25 zetec and i've just snapped the cam belt for a second time so want something a big bigger rather than keepin a 1.2 again

All the guides i've seen are for a 1.6 si, and they all say you need alot of the parts from the 1.6 and im guessing these are probably alot different from the later 1.2 engine?

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[quote="watfordalex"]Hi, how easy would this conversion be into a R reg mk4 fiesta? its currently a 1.25 zetec and i've just snapped the cam belt for a second time so want something a big bigger rather than keepin a 1.2 again

All the guides i've seen are for a 1.6 si, and they all say you need alot of the parts from the 1.6 and im guessing these are probably alot different from the later 1.2 engine?

Thanks[/quote]

it would mean wiring looms changing i would guess.. engine mounts fabricated to fit the 2.0ltr zetec as they are nothing like the zetec in your car.
mk4's are easier to use puma engine 1.7 :)


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Do you need the lamda sensor off the mondeo aswell?


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Do you need the lamda sensor off the mondeo aswell?


nope, you can use the one that comes off your 1.6 :thumbsup:

but a 2.0 mondeo one does work, only thing i found was the cable was shorter then the cable on the 1.6 sensor!


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[quote="onslack"][quote="FuriousFiesta"]Do you need the lamda sensor off the mondeo aswell?[/quote]

nope, you can use the one that comes off your 1.6 :thumbsup:

but a 2.0 mondeo one does work, only thing i found was the cable was shorter then the cable on the 1.6 sensor![/quote]


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