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1.3 1993 Polo Carb options?


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tylermk2f

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have a 1993 mk2f Coupe 1.3 I want to fit a bigger carb but not sure what would work and whats not gonna cost much but make more power any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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that'll be fine my mot guys Stevie wonder 😂

steveo3002

if its a 2f then its spi fuel injection

 

swapping to a bigger carb wont make more power 

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8 hours ago, steveo3002 said:

if its a 2f then its spi fuel injection

 

swapping to a bigger carb wont make more power 

How would I go about doing this?

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mk2tastic

I’d say that with the fuel injection system your options are very limited and therefore very little can be done to a standard system as it’s governed by an ECU.

 

The older carb systems(Pre 2f)could feasibly be messed about with, but it’s not something I’ve got involved with on my Breadvan as any variation from standard leads to insurance implications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, mk2tastic said:

I’d say that with the fuel injection system your options are very limited and therefore very little can be done to a standard system as it’s governed by an ECU.

 

The older carb systems(Pre 2f)could feasibly be messed about with, but it’s not something I’ve got involved with on my Breadvan as any variation from standard leads to insurance implications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

yeah i would like to avoid going to spi mainly due to the cost wondering if i could modify the intake manifold and fit a twin choke weber or something similar.

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nige8021

The only realistic way to increase the power would be to ditch the SPI and fit bike carbs, plenty of information in the FAQ's of this section, but then you'll have to inform your insurance company.

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steveo3002

plus find a way to pass mot emmisions if its new enough to need a cat

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14 hours ago, steveo3002 said:

plus find a way to pass mot emmisions if its new enough to need a cat

that'll be fine my mot guys Stevie wonder 😂

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