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308cc 180 swap
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so this has been rattling around in my head for a while now and im 90% certain im going to do it ,for this il buy a full donor car has the same wheel base ect and the ew10j4s engine ect,,has to work lol as anything il need will in theory bolt straight on but ive some questions need answerd lol
will i need to change dash loom? 
will the 6 speed work with 5 linkage is it similar?
anyone see problems il hit?
cant find anything on it online ect
what i plan is peugeot partner 2.0 16v 180hp with all the 307 mechanicals inc brakes suspension dash clocks leather interior swap ect can it be done,wouldnt like it to take months ect as i use it a lot l love my berlingo/partner hate the 1.6hdi im a pertol head so why not?
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WOWeeeeeeeeeeee !!!! ................ good luck ! in a kind way ....
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#3
If you have full workshop facilities then I’d say go for it.
I’d say it needs-
Full loom swap probably incorporating door and light looms etc.
Fuel tank might not accept a suitable pump.
Gearbox mount possible differences.
Driveshaft length/thickness.
Exhaust fabrication.
Gear linkages and lever.

I’ve looked at this sort of thing before when I had my VW caddy and even though all vag group parts are same it’s still not a weekend job.
How many caddy’s have a 1.8 or 2.0 turbo conversion?
Not many!

If you’ve got time/money and a workshop with plenty of room then there’s no reason not to give it a go but it will be a long process.

I think that TDI tunings gtd1244vz conversion is achievable for £700 and will take an afternoon,if you also changed the exhaust for £300 you’d see 150+ hp.
I’d say 307 gti swap will be at least £2000 plus 2 months messing around.
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#4
yeah have the space ect and have thought about tank ect the 308cc and partner have the same floorplan wheel base ect psa pf2,platform so tank,exhaust shafts brakes wheels ect will all be swapped was hoping id get away with interior loom ect and unsure if id need to to source a 140 bhp 5 speed ,as for cost my vans parts will recoup some outlay for the 307 ,my van has crunch in 4th and now a leaking power seeering rack rear shock feel bit soft so nearly needs an overhaul anyway just need a decent donor now lol but thanks for the replys!
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hi all update bad and good lol decided not to go down the petrol using it daily ect ect .but might well be my next build lol but a 1.6 petrol base as im busting for it.....but i havent give up i have bought the next best thing....i hope lol so a 2006 2.0 hdi 140 6speed xsi 307 it will be donating wheels 17 inch ,all mechanicals and as much of the interior as i can use it has half leather much nicer to sit in i have already checked fitment rails are wider but bit of modification they will be in fronts anyway rears need stripped redone but similar shape so.....it begins a 2.0 hdi 6speed 140 with half leather and anything else i can use or need to it goes like stink compared to the partner and motorway is bliss.....dails are white has door sill plates auto tinting rear view mirror ,better sound system?? projector headlights for mini transplant/retrofit different dash display ect ect ...only problem i see is my 5speed shifter as 6 speed is pull up and top left tho a picasso has 6 speed and shares part nos on the 5 speed so should work .....il start this soon all cosmetic first of course then mechanical
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(09-08-2020, 11:24 PM)martybelfasthdi Wrote:  hi all update bad and good lol decided not to go down the petrol using it daily ect ect .but might well be my next build lol but a 1.6 petrol base as im busting for it.....but i havent give up i have bought the next best thing....i hope lol so a 2006 2.0 hdi 140 6speed xsi 307 it will be donating wheels 17 inch ,all mechanicals  and as much of the interior as i can use it has half leather much nicer to sit in i have already checked fitment rails are wider but bit of modification they will be in fronts anyway rears need stripped redone but similar shape so.....it begins  a 2.0 hdi 6speed 140 with half leather and anything else i can use or need to it goes like stink compared to the partner and motorway is bliss.....dails are white has door sill plates auto tinting rear view mirror ,better sound system?? projector headlights for mini transplant/retrofit different dash display ect ect ...only problem i see is my 5speed shifter as 6 speed is pull up and top left tho a picasso has 6 speed and shares part nos on the 5 speed so should work .....il start this soon all cosmetic first of course then mechanical

Would be glad to hear updates. Which series? M59 or B9?
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b9 cant find much on swaps withem still bummed about not going petrol route been looking a cheap 1.6 16v one in decent colours ect
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