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Author Subject: 106 1.3 Rallye Skip Brown Engine
hsustyle

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Post #1
G.I for my 1.3 engine with work done by Skip Brown. Reason for sale is going 16v.
Engine pulls very well and has plenty of character but just not the same accessible power as 16v.

best case scenario someone has a 16v in an S1 they want to bring back to 1.3

Below is info on what's actually been done with receipts to prove
140k miles
1.3 8v Rallye engine rebuilt with
1294 Bottom End with Pocketed notch cut pistons
triple angle valve seats
Skip Brown Ported + polished head
Piper 285 Cam AX Gt 'rally' spec
standard clutch fitted -less than 3k miles
standard flywheel
Piper Vernier Pulley
rolling road tuned

The engine has had the following done in the last 3k miles,with receipts again.


New headgasket
thermostat
oil filter
resealed sump
full service
spark plugs
Head bolts
waterpump

Paperwork states a buffled sump but that's not on the engine.

engine can be seen running and is not available quite yet.I need to source a good 16v lump first.

8v heatwrapped Raceland manifold and Ram air induction kit also available.

No idea what its worth,certainly goes well so I'll say
£400 and offers? Or swap for a 1.6 16v with proof of history and cambelt done,ecu and loom.

included is engine, inlet with all sensors, clutch flywheel










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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 17:08
roland rat

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Post #2
What happened to not going 16v then? Roll eyes
Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 17:12
hsustyle

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Post #3
ShhhWink some one will appreciate this engine more than me!

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 17:25
tompaltridge

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Post #4
Yeah but you said you'd not be changing to a 16 valve engine just 3 days ago!

That's a hella u-turn. LOL
Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 18:10
eliotrw

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Post #5
Lmaooooo
Keep this tbh. Imagine its just as powerful with that lot done?
And far more special

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 18:26
24seven

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Post #6
Buy a GTi and leave this engine where it belongs. Razz

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 18:27
hsustyle

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Post #7
I forgot you have to rev these fizzy little engines about 5.5k to get to the fun bit. The car isn't a minter so for now the engine can go,drop in a cheap 16v and concentrate on making it look nice again.

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 18:29
hsustyle

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Post #8
It goes like stink but only in the high revs. i had a Gti recently but it lacked the sharp handling and the character. Leave me aloneRazz

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Posted 26th Aug 2012 at 18:35
6waysforward

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Post #9
Yes but you still have to rev the 16v lumps to get them really pulling.
Plus your engine would probably last longer but its your choice i suppose.

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Posted 27th Aug 2012 at 11:45
armzs16

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Location: Crowborough

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Post #10
Don't see why you sold a 16v cammed up 106gti and soon after bought this to put in a 16v engine and ruin its originality for the same car you had anyway other than stickers...

Saw your white 106 in wadhurst the other day Wink.

Oh yeh and I told you it would be slow after driving a 6 LOL

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Posted 27th Aug 2012 at 12:02
hsustyle

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Post #11
Well this is lighter than a Gti and had quite a bit spent on suspension.its a better base,the handling is sublime.

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Posted 27th Aug 2012 at 12:29

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