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Old 10-01-18, 03:17 PM   #1
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Default Brian Rickets Tuned WN engine 250!!

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1.9 5 pot 10V NA engine.
However its been modified by Brian Rickets renowned engine tuner of days gone by.
Great up-grade to a 1.9 or knackered 2.2 10V as this should be pumping out something like 140BHP+
Usual work includes head work, cam re-profile and fuel pressure increase.
In excellent condition with painted block black still looking like new.
500 ono collected (Wiltshire) or could stick on a pallet 80.
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Old 12-01-18, 09:14 AM   #2
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Can you post a photo of the other side of the head including the inlet and exhaust ports please.
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Old 12-01-18, 09:44 AM   #3
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Hi Colin, no worries I'll sort this morning. Cheers Simon
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There you go Colin. Regards Simon
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Old 12-01-18, 12:10 PM   #5
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That answers my question, WN 1.9 is a carb engine, it looked like that was a fuel injection head in you first photos but the second set confirmed it, head looks ported and used, another daft question, do you know the size of the valves or are they just standard, The engine size 1.921 or 2.144 pistons are the same size, if you removed a spark plug and measured the stroke with a thin rod and turm the engine to confirm capacity 77.4mm = 1.921 and 86.6mm = 2.144, here I go again, re profiled cam and or any lift added, it will be a bucket and shim head.
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Don't know valve size but was assured it was an 'up-rated head' valves, cam, porting.
I'll go out again and measure the stroke.
Do both capacities use the same size cam belt?
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it will be a bucket and shim head.
Thats's right,i had one of these wonderful engines in my very first Audi a 1.9cd saloon.

Picture ref of my old one to what car this engine goes in.


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