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Author Subject: 205 2.1 16v rallye track car
rallyeash

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Post #1
just been and picked up my new 2.1 engine fresh from sandy, so i'd thought ill show it off a bitLOL Big grin



Love that is all..

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Posted 17th Apr 2011 at 01:46
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88 x 87?

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 02:29
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what bhp is that baby and how much??
Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 02:31
rallyeash

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Post #4
88mm pistons

309btcc, not 100% on what bhp it will be once it is mapped but shall find out in a month or so. somwhere between 220-240 but its more about the mid range extra torque on this engine Smile

regarding cost, a bloody lot haa. erm well the head is off my old mi/gti6 hybrid engine so thats just had a strip down, check and rebuild. bottom end it completely new.

prob circa 3k for what you see above without putting the head/cams into it

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:06
rallyestyle

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Post #5
Nice Love For a race series or just a track beast?

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:05
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any reason for not going 2.2?

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:10
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Post #7
hmm, sandy seems more keen on the 2.1 builds, hes done a fair few now.
isnt it a bit more work too and the bores get fairly thin? i didnt look into 2.2 that much tbh

rallyestyle, its going in my 205 rallye for trackdays but im going to be looking at doing a few sprints and hillclimbs too but see how it goes really. Smile

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:20
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Post #8
its the same bore, just a different crank.

probably more revvy from an 88 square build.



trouble with an engine like this is that you'd usually be straight in the sports libre class, i.e silly power caterfields etc LOL

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:22
rallyeash

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yeah i know, real competetion wise youre screwed with a 16v 205, but tbh in a hill climb class i dont think it would be that bad, just a bit of fun and a alternative to trackdays

porbably next year be looking at a change of cams and convert to solid lifter to realise some more wild poniesLOL

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 14:32
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do you know the rough power band and what top revs are is, without solid lifters?

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 16:18
matty_rallye

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spiky wrote:
do you know the rough power band and what top revs are is, without solid lifters?


Mines still on hydraulics and is a similar type of build, revs are limited to 7250.

Power wise the 2.1's tend to produce strong torque from above 3.5k rpm right through to the limiter. Bhp wise they tend to produce at 5k RPM what a stand RS engine would be producing at peak. And then at around 7k rpm usually produce somewhere between 220-240 bhp like ash says. (assuming still on hydraulic lifters and cams to suit)

Its seems a very good unit for producing a strong midrange!

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Posted 5th Jun 2010 at 03:32
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they don't need particularly wild cams either, sarty's 2.2 is still on a stock exhaust cam at 240 bhp/196 lbft.

I'd imagine these with the shorter stroke could rev a little easier and still produce the power, but not quite as much torque.

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Posted 5th Jun 2010 at 03:48
matt h 306

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Post #13
rallyeash wrote:
88mm pistons


Ash, I could be wrong but I thought you were running 87mm pistons and 88mm crank the same as me and Matty?

Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 01:59
matty_rallye

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Yea they are 87mm, we'll let him off, think it was a long day lol.

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Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 13:35
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sorry yes 87mm pistons and 88mm crank.

couple more pics now ive started too add a few things



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Posted 8th Jun 2010 at 00:39
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sexy that gunna be rapid me thinks
Posted 8th Jun 2010 at 00:41
rallyeash

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paddle clutch fitted



box fitted and up in the air.



home 8)



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Posted 12th Jun 2010 at 02:44
roberts_306

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Very nice engine keep up the good work that will certainly shift Smile

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Posted 12th Jun 2010 at 02:57
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Starting to look like porn LOL I may bob down next time im stopping in Salisbury for a gander if it ok? Hopefully it will be road legal too Big grin

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Posted 12th Jun 2010 at 02:59
leito6

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That looks amazing! Do you know what kind of pistons/compression ratio you are running?
Posted 12th Jun 2010 at 11:04
rallyeash

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Post #21
couldnt tell you the comp ratio im afraid off the top of my head.

mark yeah no problem just give me a shout when you are going too.

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Posted 12th Jun 2010 at 20:46
ken

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MINT!!!
good work! Big grin

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Posted 14th Jun 2010 at 17:31
rallyeash

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Post #23
thanks. another pic now the front ends back together, looking forward to getting my satchell inlet so the jenveys can be fitted Smile

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Posted 15th Jun 2010 at 01:33
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bwarp Big grin

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Posted 15th Jun 2010 at 02:05
rallyeash

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Post #25
trial fit of the tb's with the satchell inlet.

as you can see the jenveys run upside down, better air/fuel mix is the main reason. also gives more of a clean look i think too.

ive removed them again now and got the gaskets sorted so there ready to fit properly now

side view with the filter removed



more pics soon... Smile

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Posted 29th Jun 2010 at 00:13

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