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    i have corolla engine is 1300 cc.want to chang with 1600efi.i want to ask if i chang its burn more fuel or some thing els problum pls .

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    No problems
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    It Will Be More Better Than Before Since The One You Have Is 1.3L Carb And The One You Getting Is 1.6 Gli EFi.........Well As Engine Is Efi....You Need To Get Much More Work Done Like EFi Fuel Piping And Fuel Pump In Tank....Then Wiring Of Engine With ECU And So.....But It Will Be (y) For Sure If You Do It All Correct
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    If you get everything right way then no problem and yes it'll consume more fuel as 1.6 Engines normally consumes more then 1.3 ones.
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