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well i can't actually say that i am not very upset that i dissapointed for buying the 95 version.so my question is this.what are the differences in the motor between starjet and tjet?except the turbo and intercooler and chip.thanks guys!!!!!!
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well i can't actually say that i am not very upset that i dissapointed for buying the 95 version.so my question is this.what are the differences in the motor between starjet and tjet?except the turbo and intercooler and chip.thanks guys!!!!!!
Different bottom end (crank, connecting rods, shells etc etc). Not an easy transplant if thats what your thinking .

Believe me i've looked into this as I have a mk2b Punto Sporting 1.4 16v which is the same engine although in my car thats nearly 200kg lighter it should be much more fun!!
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well i can't actually say that i am not very upset that i dissapointed for buying the 95 version.so my question is this.what are the differences in the motor between starjet and tjet?except the turbo and intercooler and chip.thanks guys!!!!!!
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that was excactly what i was thinking.i bought mine 3 months before the turbo was released.noone told me, not even the dealer told me that there would be a t-jet version. your car is very fast by the way.i think is as fast as the tjet if not faster.great car.
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that was excactly what i was thinking.i bought mine 3 months before the turbo was released.noone told me, not even the dealer told me that there would be a t-jet version. your car is very fast by the way.i think is as fast as the tjet if not faster.great car.
Of course.... its an MJet! (that old argument needs to restart!)
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i wish i could buy the mjet 130bhp.but here diesels are not allowed .
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athens.bummer!!!!sweet multijets
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athens.bummer!!!!sweet multijets
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no mate. nothing about taxes.it is about polution.they(goverment) believe that diesel have much more emission than a petrol one,not only CO2 but NO3 and other harmful chemicals that petrol one produce.but in every other civilized area of the world diesel magically turn into ''green''cars.only here they are baptized hazardous.
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not taxes taxis
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if you're that peeved that you bought a car thats not fast enough, then make it faster, ie, GSR induction kit and remap!!!

personally i'm quite happy with the performance of my car, but i want that little bit more bhp and grunt, so awaiting on my induction kit to turn up!!
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if you're that peeved that you bought a car thats not fast enough, then make it faster, ie, GSR induction kit and remap!!!
Bit of a trek even for the good value Red dot and GSR offer on rolling road days!
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Bit of a trek even for the good value Red dot and GSR offer on rolling road days!
er...yeah fair enough! he could still send off for just the induction kit though, like i've done!!!
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thanks.does it really make that much of a difference or only if i combine it with remap.also, changing the iduction was within my plans but an engineer stopped me by telling me that after market induction kits allow dust and other harmfull dirt to penetrate into the motor.is it true or i just delayed a good tranformation?(your advices are much appreciated)
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