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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:23 pm 
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Right now ive got all 3:
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1.6 > 1.8 > 1.8RS (the angle that the 1.8 one is sat at makes ports look small...)

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1.6 one is pretty puney, small throttle body. small ports etc

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1.8 one has bigger ports and bigger throttle body.

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1.8 rs one has THE SAME size ports as the 1.8 one, however, the throttle body is HUGE compared to the others. The manifold generally looks beefier/wider all the way from TB to end of port, and looks like it is able to flow more air than the 1.8 one.

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With the throttle bodys, we all know that you can bolt up a 2.0 one with some modifications.

Just thought id clear this up.


Will a mod put this in FAQ please as this does pop up everynow and then.

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Do you think the 1.8 130ps throttle body is the same size as the 2.0 as my mate is doing the conversion and he has got manifold and throttle body.


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I just thought they were all the same size, and even from the pics they still look the same size to me!

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Andy2.0 wrote:
Do you think the 1.8 130ps throttle body is the same size as the 2.0 as my mate is doing the conversion and he has got manifold and throttle body.


they look thesame size yeah (the 2.0 and 1.8rs TB)


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:56 pm 
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Ive got a 2.0 one too, so will get a pic of that. Looks about the same though. You have to swap the linkage over on the 2.0 one though.

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It's amazing how many people argue that they're the same :lol:

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I think what you need to do is take a pic with them all in, so that you can compare them all! ;)

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cookie456_the2nd wrote:
Will a mod put this in FAQ please as this does pop up everynow and then.


done ;)

good post by the way 8-)


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i know this thread is ducking old, but i just thought i'd link to a different guide on FT that someone has written up, to show exact measurements and differences. very useful if you want to make a choice on inlet's....

http://www.fiestaturbo.com/forums/zetec ... /#p1815641


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 6:26 pm 
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good find, il add that info too my site!

http://fiestamk3parts.com/guides/usefull-info/zetec-cast-inlets/

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