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Im building this thread to try and find out how many engine converted or "big power" Lupos there actually are, With many 1.8t's and less charged lupos in the Uk and europe. I thought it ould be a good place to compile one pic of the lupo and one pic of the engine in to here, and some specs including a build thread if it can be found.

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Petar...

Lupo 1.8T 'vRS'

Power... ??? BHP

Build thread.... http://forums.clublupo.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=61121&st=40

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Lupo 'Twin 24V V6'

Power..... ??? +150BHP nitrous on each engine

Build thread... http://forums.clublupo.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=26666&st=0

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Hopefully Petar can give some deatils on power.

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LUPOCHARGED, (Hakeem)

1.4s. with Lupo GTI 1.6 16v Engine and box, running R1 bike carbs, custom inlet plenum and rotrex supercharger ~226bhp im told

Build Thread: None Avaialble

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Not on ClubLupo, but...

R32 Lupo, 4motion drive, DSG gearbox... (Awaiting turbo)

Build thread... http://lupo-4motion.blogspot.com/

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was VR6 engined... Turbo with charge cooler...

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...Superlupo... I believe this was like the 3-4th 1.8t lupo. Correct me if im wrong

~230bhp ffrom what i can find

Buildthread: all i can find is this: http://forums.clublu...=1

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my_names_buck (sam)

1.4 to 1.8 20v turbo running ~270bhp

Build thread:

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Mine, still 'Work in Progress' as usual but..

Lupo GTI 1.6 engine with 6 speed box and quaife LSD.

5+ Year Build thread Lupo GTI Turbo conversion

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That colour is bloody beautiful Andi :)

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That colour is bloody beautiful Andi :)

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I'v had it in my head for quite a while now to get my 100bhp sport supercharged, i'm just wundering roughly how many pound notes it cost to giv it some guts. just been lookin at them in this thread and they all look very nice...

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mine still a bit more work to do til iam happy

audi tt QS lump 1.8T 20v 247bhp off the rollers

plans for more power soon tho

bit of a build thread http://forums.clublupo.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=43817&st=0

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I have a Lupo 1.0 and i have £1500 for an engine conversion, im going to get it fitted for free but im wondering which is the eastiest engine to fit?

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Polo GTI sounds like the best suited for you.

1.8T's aren't easy to fit.

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Polo GTI sounds like the best suited for you.

1.8T's aren't easy to fit.

What Bhp are the polo gti engines standard?

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mine 1600 block 1400 afh head schrick cams ,jenvey throttle bodies,omex management aas custom exhaust.

http://forums.clublupo.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=59056&st=320

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polo gti are 123 std :) loop gti's are 125 std dont know were they get the extra 2 bhp considering they are the same engine

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polo gti are 123 std :) loop gti's are 125 std dont know were they get the extra 2 bhp considering they are the same engine

They aren't the same, the heads are different.

One has VVT the other doesn't for a start ;)

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Ithought lupo GTI's were 123 too. 125ps = 123bhp.

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