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Author Subject: 88mm (diesel) crank conversion
matt h 306

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Post #26
paul_xiii wrote:
What crank is better to use the 1.9 16v MI crank or the 306 diesel?

I think one is fully counterweighted other isn't, also what about bearing width on both?


The diesel crank is steel so is the one to use.
Posted 18th Jul 2009 at 22:32
paul_13

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Post #27
Ok cool, pretty much got my head round this so far.
Is the GTI6 head best to use 'cos of the lumpier cams? (vs S16 head)

Going to go for the crank conversion to begin with, then carbs and maybe cams.
LSD will be appropriate at some point aswell after going through about 3 gearboxs Big grin

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Private work, not a prob Smile
Posted 19th Jul 2009 at 04:35
matt h 306

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Post #28
paul_xiii wrote:
Ok cool, pretty much got my head round this so far.
Is the GTI6 head best to use 'cos of the lumpier cams? (vs S16 head)

Going to go for the crank conversion to begin with, then carbs and maybe cams.
LSD will be appropriate at some point aswell after going through about 3 gearboxs Big grin


I would do the diff first, it will make the car alot quicker than the engine mods.
Posted 20th Jul 2009 at 01:16
jamesta

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Post #29
@ paul_xii :
how is going on mate.. did you finish the conversion yet ....? how hard it was..?

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Posted 22nd Nov 2009 at 22:45

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