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    Default Toyota 2C Engine into Charade 1986 G11

    Hi,

    It May sound funny/silly - but Question is Question .......

    Can Toyota 2C Engine be mounted in G11 / 1986 Model Charade ???

    If no ...... why?

    if yes ....... how big the alterations would be ?


    Looking for expert's opinion.

    thanks in advance.


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    the whole powerpack is too damn wide to fit in the car.
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    You are right @Xulfiqar. Even if we cut and fit the engine, the weight might bend the frame later. A lot of reinforcement might be required.
    A more fun transplant would be a 1N Turbo!
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    well there are several ıssues 2 of the maın reason are

    MAIN IS THE SPACE AVAILABLE
    other then that the weıght of the 2c engıne
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    - Guys ....... Thanks for your response - but what I feel if corolla 1.3 and 2.0 D are inter swappable ........ same mounts i guess. and Charade can accommodate 1.3 from Corolla - why can't it accommodate 2.0 D engine ?

    Please guide

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    pop the bonnet of a 1.3 rolla and a deezal rolla - check the clearances on each end. the 1.3 has enough room to have a picnic in there - with the deezal its really packed - the 2C is the largest engine the corolla can accomodate relative to size.

    You can also shove a V6 into a corolla but it wont be pretty. That does not mean you can shove a V6 into a G11 charade.
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    Thanks bro.

    What's the best (lowest priced) petrol engine for it then ? | Currently it's having original diesel engine which is having legs in grave.

    My concern is the budget and compatibility.
    Please suggest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aliqadri View Post
    Thanks bro.

    What's the best (lowest priced) petrol engine for it then ? | Currently it's having original diesel engine which is having legs in grave.

    My concern is the budget and compatibility.
    Please suggest.
    Get the original petrol engine of G-11, it is bolt on and no alterations required at all and not very expensive as well.

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    Original engine might not be available in good condition. People swap Cultus and Vits 1.0 Ltr engines in as well.
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    A lot of chinese origin forklifts are using this CB engine - I dont recall its name right now, but it was a very good clone. There is also some chinese car that has this engine and I saw those in scrap too - the only difference was the name stamped on the valve cover.
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