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My. Mk1 arosa 1.8 turbo still to be mapped but should be around 320bhp

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Any way of hiding the IC? You could have a proper sleeper on your hands there. So much want!

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Seems to be a lot of 1.8t's about, would be nice to see something different like a powerful diesel as mentioned above with lots of torque and smoke. Was also thinking to myself the other day about the new Polo Gti TSI engines as they are pushing a lot of power for a standard 1.4 engine and being small they are light and should fit easier. As I was looking into throttle bodies or m45 charging mine I was thinking if it would be any easier to fit one of these.

Love this thread guys, keep up the good work :)

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305 bhp Mk5 Edition 30 engine ,DSG983599_10201097513061682_2019356107_n_zp

its also got a mk5 dash with custom rear arches it was in pvw a couple of months ago

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its also got a mk5 dash with custom rear arches it was in pvw a couple of months ago

Are you telling him the spec of his own car ?

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Are you telling him the spec of his own car ?

No im telling the other members what a good job he did and what other class touches hes done. Also I didn't know it was his so theirs no need to be a smart arse.

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No im telling the other members what a good job he did and what other class touches hes done. Also I didn't know it was his so theirs no need to be a smart arse.

Really? I do see a need.

I guess our opinion differs there.

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Zzzzz and there's me thinking this was a site for people to share info in general dispite who's car it is. Its nice to know what people have done and haven't done so people can come up with new ideas. It gets a bit boring watching pointless squabbles instead of interesting car facts ;)

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just curious has any1 ever tried dropping a flat 4 boxer from a subaru into a lupo or does any1 think its possible

Wouldn't fit. It barely fits in the subaru.

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Zzzzz and there's me thinking this was a site for people to share info in general dispite who's car it is. Its nice to know what people have done and haven't done so people can come up with new ideas. It gets a bit boring watching pointless squabbles instead of interesting car facts ;)

Lupos are boring. I'd much rather see squabbles.

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I know this is a ridiculous idea, but would it be possible to fit a volvo t5 engine into a mk1 arosa?

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Hmm... Would a skoda fabia VRS engine fit into a 1.4 S 2001 lupo? Curious....

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Hmm... Would a skoda fabia VRS engine fit into a 1.4 S 2001 lupo? Curious....

yes.

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Lupo 2.3 V5 nearly 200hp...

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How does that handle when you pull away? Any wheel spin? There's a lot of power there!

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yes.

ok, you might be seeing a build thread in the future... If i get around to it.

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Lupo Gti 1.8T with 200 bhp

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That's a dirty combo right there,

One I hoped never to see again . . . . .

 

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Burn it! Lol. Im surprised people even still use the forums considering there's so many social media alternatives. Although the best people use this site ;) 

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