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Engine differences?

Can anyone tell me the difference between the 843A1000 engine in the 1.4 stilo and the 192B2000 engine in the 1.4 new bravo?
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Re: Engine differences?

the new bravo its a t-jet turbo engine. the 1.4 in the stilo is a starjet N/A engine. so internals are of a different spec and compression ratios are different. likely different cams and certainly different engine management
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Re: Engine differences?

Mine is not the t-jet. Are you saying the basic engine is 'T-jet ready' even if the turbo is not fitted (as in the 90). Many externals are identical eg plugs, coils, waterpump, cambelt etc.
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Re: Engine differences?

No it won't be "ready" as such, as clock say you'll need all sorts of stuff to be able to run a turbo on it. Firstly all your internals will have to be changed to those suited to the extra power the turbo will produce ( such as stronger con rods, lower compression possibly even the crank? ) the cams as stated will almost defiantly be different, then there's the extra plumbing for the oil to the turbo then there the engine management which will be completely different ............. If the block is loseley the same then it would probably be easier and cheaper just to but a t-jet from a written off one and drop that in? It would certainly be a quick and great conversion to do
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Re: Engine differences?

ahh i get you. if you mean the starjet in the bravo to the starjet on the stilo then put simply... there isnt a difference as far as im aware....


as for the blocks ect turbo or otherwise there identical. as there a superfire engine block, its just the internals.


if ur thinking of fitting a n/a bravo engine in the stilo 1.2/1.4 then it should be a straight fit :-)
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Re: Engine differences?

Thanks for comments guys . I wasnt intending to do a change (!), I just wanted to try to understand the differences. We have both cars . I have formed the view that the stilo engine performs better, but that could be due to other factors of course.
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isnt the nuvo bravo not heavier?.
they should both be 97hp :-)
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