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express 1.6d '94 de patow


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bonjour a tous 

 

JE TIENS TOUT d'abord a m'excuser pour les fautes d'horographes je vais faire le maximum pour me corriger 

 

Je m'appel Sébastien 29 ans j'habite dans le nord de la France 

chauffeur poids lourd 

en couple depuis 9 ans même si elle et casse bonbon :p 

Nouveau propriétaire d'un Renault express de 94 1.6d swap 1.9d  depuis quelque jours  aucun idée de la version 😕

je vais avoir beaucoup de questions :) 

bonne journée a tous 

 

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Bienvenue ! :) 

 

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il y a une heure, totojest a dit :

Bienvenue ici :) Swap 1.9D 55 ou 65 chevaux? :D Eventuellement turbo?

1.9D aucune idée de la puissance 😕

Ses une de mais futur question comment trouvé le code moteur pour les pièce 

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CATALOGUE DE PIÈCES RENAULT RAPID Camionnette (F40_, G40_) 1.6D (F404) F8M 720 (De 07.1985, 55 CH)

 

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RENAULT Express I 1.6 D Fourgon 55cv

 

 

 

 

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En principe, le propriétaire trouve le numéro de moteur de sa voiture au niveau de la case D.2 du certificat d’immatriculation. Le code moteur peut, par ailleurs, faire partie intégrante du long cryptogramme indiquant la variation, le type et la version de la voiture.

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Il y a 2 heures, LudoTITANIUM a dit :

Le moteur 1.6D a était changé contre un Moteur 1.9D ?
 

Pour info c'est STRICTEMENT INTERDIT.

hello oui il on changer par un moteur 1.9d f8Q si je dit pas de connerie 

j'aimerais bien remettre un 1.6d pour mettre la voiture en collection dans 2 ans 

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