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    Engine rebuild options, 2.1 conversion? ( Badger help? )

    Right i stripped down my engine today after finding the big ends have gone and has done some damage to the crank.

    I have found scores in the number 2 bore but the pistons are ok? looks like someone has bodged it to get it running to sell fast and i was the sucker that got it but anyway back to the problem in hand.

    Right what are my options?

    I was thinking of rebuilding the engine with a 95.5mm stroke TDI crank (2067cc) or 92.8mm 2.0 FSI crank (2008cc)? and Forged pistons and rods but whats the max the early apy engine can be bored out to?

    What else is needed for this conversion?

    What head gasket?


    Anymore infor on this conversion will help

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    What car will i find the ALH block in?

    As the 2.2 conversion is looking tempting?

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    Just thinking what head gasket would be needed for the 2.2

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    I'm sure it will be the ALH head gasket if using the ALH block?

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    i use oem but it depends on bore
    intergrated ingineering do some usefull stroker bits n bobs
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger5 View Post
    i use oem but it depends on bore
    intergrated ingineering do some usefull stroker bits n bobs

    Thats where i plan to get the kit from

    Not sure what to go for? I like the idea of the 2.2

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    oil squirter and case clearancing may be required sfaik
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger5 View Post
    oil squirter and case clearancing may be required sfaik
    not a problem

    will it need a different cam belt seeing its a taller block

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    I saw a very expensive 2l conversion bottom end, yesterday, that looked suspiciously like a 2.0TFSI bottom end out of a Mk5 GTI, albeit with a machined spacer about 4mil thick between the bottom of the block and the 18T sump.
    Head dowels were tapped through, to enable head to fit, but apart from that, it all "looked" stock!
    Even the crank oil seal carrier was a stock 18T one as far as I could tell from the part number.

    Is the road to a 2 litre as simple as this...? Surely not.....!! ! !??

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    Why the spacer between the block and the sump?

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    I have some piston option now

    82.5mm bore x 95.5mm stroke = 2042cc
    83mm bore x 95.5mm stroke = 2067cc
    83.5mm bore x 95.5mm stroke = 2092cc

    What head gaskets will be needed with the above bores?

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    Came across a TT bored to 2.1. Was apparently pushing out 480bhp. Certainly left me standing anyway!
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    Pick up the crank on Saturday

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianysm View Post
    Came across a TT bored to 2.1. Was apparently pushing out 480bhp. Certainly left me standing anyway!
    where was this?don't know of any TT of that desciption
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew@A.L.D View Post
    Why the spacer between the block and the sump?
    Sounds like a main bearing torque plate... designed to prevent teh block from twisting from loads of torques..

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    Are the Girdle Kit! I forgot about them things

    I don't think i will be producing that much torque with what i'm doing

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    Could you not get a stroker kit, Ive seen one from america costing i think around $1500, but was a 2L kit though.
    Its gone replaced with a mk2 golf gti 16v :D

 

 

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