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OT: Need list of cars with 2.0L 16V engines (more)


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I am working on a project (not telling or else i'll get the old "too difficult, don't try it)

and I need help on getting a list of common 2.0L 16V engines. Prefferably ones that have abundant and easy to get parts (at least valve train), that are also cheaper. It would be a bonus if the engines are also widely tuned (cams, valves..).

I'm having a hard time searching on the internet trying to find the info I want, so i'm hoping you guys can help me out here. So I hope you can give me some engine names/car names, and also maybe places that sell parts for them.

Thanks much,

Bryan

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Ford Escort GT (I think the late '80s and early '90s)

Nissan Sentra SER ('90s)

Toyota Corollas (probably '90s)

Mitsubishi Eclipse/Eagle Talon (early-mid '90s)

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The Zetec and Duratec motors are one of the more interesting new 2.0-liter twincam plants. The base Focus has the Zetec. The 'duratec' label is applied to a lot of motors, including V6's, I'm not sure which models in the US have the 2.0 Duratec.

See these links:

http://www.luegosportscars.com/ford%20duratech/ford_duratec.htm

http://www.raceline.co.uk/duratecframes.htm

The Mazda Protege 5 has a 2.0-liter twincam 16v, 130hp.

The 2004 Miata gets 142hp from a 1.8l twincam.

The Chrysler group made wide use of a DOHC 2.0-liter in the Neon, Sebring, Avenger, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon and others: http://www.allpar.com/mopar/2dohc.html

Of course, Honda has a fantastic 2.0-liter DOHC that pumps out 240hp in the S2000.

The 2003-2004 Toyota Rav4 has a 142hp DOHC 2.0. I dont know if earlier models had it as well.

Mike

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Common engines... atleast a start

Nissan (RWD)

SR20DET

RB20DET (2L but straight 6)

RB25DET (straight 6)

RB26DETT (AWD tranny or use the rb25 rwd tranny)

Honda (FWD)

H22

B18

B16

F20/F22 (SIR and s2000)

Toyota

4age

4agze

they make a 20v 170HP engine as well don't know the code.. look up AE86 engine swaps for more

peugot and VW make some as well

the GTI engine...

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MASSIVE amounts of aftermarket support, easy to work on, reliable as hell, and cheap to buy. Should be able to find a good core motor for a couple hundred bucks, and a good runner for a few hundred more than that. 134hp bone stock, in detuned, North American trim.

Al

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Hell, even chryco has the 2.0L and 2.4L out of neon/stratus/pt... even some newer turbo stuff... Also can't forget the lotus headed 2.2 turbos as well as the very few maserati headed chrysler 2.2's (I'm also a turbo dodge guy, can ya tell?) Both 16v's

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