205 mi16 conversion

Discussion in 'Peugeot 205' started by miknik, Oct 31, 2003.

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    miknik Guest

    OK, who has done it?

    I'm collecting my donor 405 tomorrow, after some pointers....
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    miknik, Oct 31, 2003
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    r Guest

    I believe that it's just a bolt in job...... except...

    Radiator and inlet plenum meet, either shorten plenum, or move rad.
    Exhaust manifold is too close to bulkhead
    You need to wire in 405 ECU, or convert to 205 distributor and carbs.

    Put "mi16 into 205" into google, there's over 500 entries
     
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    miknik Guest

    I've heard using the 405 radiator eliminates this problem, but would
    like to know for sure
    Yeah, custom manifold time, that's gonna cost me...
    No problem! ;-)
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    G.T Guest

    Hello,
    Well, it seems wider to me. A good guess would be to fit, IMO, a twin fan
    from a Diesel, and eventually to force them on on first speed all the time.
     
    G.T, Nov 1, 2003
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    Carl Gibbs Guest

    Just stumbled across this as i was searching for something else, might be of
    use if you havent already seen it:
    http://www.pugspares.co.uk/Mi16Display.asp
     
    Carl Gibbs, Nov 1, 2003
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