Just seem a pic of eurolee's van,wow is all i can say. I've fitted a set of 206 GTi 180 wheels with brakes from the same, waiting for a set of eibach springs & bilstein dampers for the back and front to arrive, just want more bhp and torque from the engine,90bhp Hdi, what is required to get 150bhp? Or is 120 easy to get without breaking the bank or the engine? What intercooler fits the best? I'm on the siemens ecu or should i rip the lot out and drop a 110 engine in and go from there? What about an exhaust swap? cat/partical filters must b fit for MOT's of of next yr,bt can anything be done with them?
Cheers for the heads up on eurolees motor , those wheels look fantastic :drool: . Do saxo alloys fit on a berlingo ? welcome aboard , good look with mods :thumbsup:
No idea what wheels fit other than the 206 or 406 wheels,i have a set of 15 inch steel for winter use,but the rears have a spacer (5mm) else they touch the inner arch
Cheers for the input anyway , fleabay it is then
Saxo alloys fit, but in my opinion, 14" wheels are too small and look lost in the arches.
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29-01-2012, 10:44 PM
(This post was last modified: 29-01-2012, 10:46 PM by PeteA.)
Most Peugeot/Citroen wheels that are 4x 108 pcd will fit, though some may need spacers as the offset may be slightly different. 14"s are way too small IMO, 17"s fill the arches a treat though anything from 15" upwards would look good.
A remap would see 120 bhp, De-cat/FMIC and afew other small mods would get 150bhp..though the clutch might start to suffer!
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