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Old 01-09-2010   #16
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thought that might have been the case dont see it being any different form the manual punto though ??
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thought that might have been the case dont see it being any different form the manual punto though ??
nope, identical engine, just a different gearbox bolted on

oddly, my cinqs engine came from an automatic punto aswell!
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Aye good luck guys!! Think you'll have that Sei working before I get mine back on the road again!! *sighs*
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Dammit if i knew you needed a engine i would have sold you mine lmfao
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could you have beat £75 and i posted an add wanting an engine about 3 weeks before i got this one

on a plus side the 866 cam arrived this morning so i defintaly have it in hand now so its looking like the work will commence Very shortly

keep an eye out MrC we shall rebuild him soon hows yours going anyhoo MrC beemer that is and do you have that blinkin handbrake cable yet
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no couldnt have built that. but it would have had all the mods attached lol. inlett, supersprint gsr, 866 ect. mabee about 200 lol
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could you have beat £75 and i posted an add wanting an engine about 3 weeks before i got this one

on a plus side the 866 cam arrived this morning so i defintaly have it in hand now so its looking like the work will commence Very shortly

keep an eye out MrC we shall rebuild him soon hows yours going anyhoo MrC beemer that is and do you have that blinkin handbrake cable yet
i will have a cable...... one day :P

i'm wanting to get stuck back into the cinq again though, im just a bit tied up with paperwork and tyre issues for the bmw, my tail happy antics have taken their toll, i've got the outside shoulder balded on the drivers side rear already, waiting to hear back about new wheels with tyres though

but i need to take it off the road for a couple of days until paperwork comes through, im driving it untaxed atm, at least i know the anpr cameras wont be sending fines to me
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well ill have the supersprint off ya
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mate 200 for the engine with the superpsrint, is better than just an engine for 75 mate . and also all other goodies that comes with it ..

Steve let us know if u r breaking the car!

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but so far all i have had to pay is roughly 100 for all the bits minus the supersprint and the gsr and since im not going for the gsr due to reputation then all im missing is the supersprint im not saying that its not a good price im just saying id like to do all of it myself instead of buying something that may be half assed work on the engine and just plunking it in the car

just for the record im not saying in anyway that your engine is half assed mate just mr cento will vouch for what i mean with his poor little cinq it was bodge after bodge on it and thats why its in the state its in today and why we are slowly getting it back to a proper working car again
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ok hit a bit of a snag with the engine

turns out it was a 75 engine so i now have a spare 866 cam and a mpi throttle body and injectors

but we have managed to rebuild the engine and its 95% complete

but since ive got it what else would i need for the mpi conversion

ive got the p75 engine and everything basically to go with it including the manifold
ive been looking and from the place where i got some of my stuff i can get the ecu for the 75 and the entire wiring loom for pretty much cheap

so ming what you think what would i need ive got a rough idea but would like a double confirmation incase i miss anything as may go the 16v route if this all works out well enough next year
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Use the SPI ECU, and just cut the wire for the injector and extend it to 4 injectors. It runs batch firing so it doesn't really matter . This is what Mariocinq done on FF.

Also the exhuast mani is a much better design than the SPI one. So defo go for it, is really just same as the S1242 SPi engine!

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yeah but dont i need a different downpipe witht the different design of iT ??

also would i need the loom and ecu to make the 75 work as a 75 again think i read somewhere i need the fuel pump aswell as the sei doesnt do the correct bar pressure for it
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No, use cento loom and cento ECU, then splice into the injector. (i think, may be ask mariocinq in ff)

The P75 mani is a big one off ****er, not like cento mani then down pipe.

So just cut off the cento cat then clamp it to the end of the P75 mani.

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