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Swap Express moteur Cléon par moteur injection


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Bonjour,

 

je souhaite changer mon C1E (1.1 l) essence de mon express.
J'aimerais mettre un moteur de à Injection (directe ou mono point je sais pas ce qui est le mieux et le plus fiable).

Certain l'on peut être déjà réalisé.

Je souhaite avoir conseils si c'est réalisable, quoi rajouter, et quel type de moteur je dois chercher.

 

Merci

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Tu t’avances vers de grosses emmerdes techniques, mais rien d’insurmontable.

 

Première chose; ton auto ne sera plus du tout homologuée. En cas d’accident, ton assureur pourrait se retourner contre toi et te demander de payer tous les dommages.

 

Déjà l’injection directe tu oublies, déjà si tu as du multipoint  c’est déjà pas mal.

 

Mais bon.

 

Si tu veux rester simple il faut trouver un Express avec un 1.4 Energy 80ch.

Tu récupère le moteur, les périphériques, les supports moteur (prévoir un peu de soudure pour le support droit) et le faisceau.

Ensuite c’est quasi « plug and play ».

 

 

Si tu aimes plus te faire ch*** tu peux tenter un 1.6i 16V 110ch voire un 2.0i 16V 140ch issu d’une Megane I; Scenic I ou d’un Kangoo.

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il y a 14 minutes, fv2a a dit :

Si tu aimes plus te faire ch*** tu peux tenter un 1.6i 16V 110ch voire un 2.0i 16V 140ch issu d’une Megane I; Scenic I ou d’un Kangoo.

Et encore plus : tu mets ton C1E dans la voiture à laquelle tu as pris le 140 CV, et tu la revends.

 

Au CT, si le contrôleur se rend compte d'un truc en levant le capot, il peut refuser l'auto.

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il y a 12 minutes, repar2000-r9 a dit :

Et encore plus : tu mets ton C1E dans la voiture à laquelle tu as pris le 140 CV, et tu la revends.

 

Au CT, si le contrôleur se rend compte d'un truc en levant le capot, il peut refuser l'auto.

Pas de changement d’énergie, pas de problème au CT.

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