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90-110 bhp differences?
#1
What are the differences between the 90bhp & the 110bhp hdi engines, i imagine fuel pump pressure, injectors & intercooler, anything else? Or would an engine swap be easier?
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#2
This is the HDi you are asking after.

To the best of my knowledge, the 110 was never fitted in the Berlingo.

The differences are an intercooler, ECU rather than pressure operated wastegate on the turbo, therefore ECU is different and at least the actuator on the turbo itself. Pump pressure is, I think, the same and I also believe the injectors are the same.

If you are thinking of taking this route I would ask why? Depending on your answer, there may be an easier way of achieving your goal.
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#3
I've got the HDi 110 in my Berli. Turbo is different too being a twin scroll variation.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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#4
In the UK only the XTR is available with the 110 diesel.
(According to the Cit. website.)
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#5
Not worth doing an engine swap IMO (Unless your engines knackered that is!) Adding a FMIC, de-cat with a remap to a 90 would see 150ish bhp IIRC Smile
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#6
yeah a remap is the way forward it would take you up to 120bhp it makes a big difference
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(16-02-2012, 07:47 AM)3rensho Wrote:  I've got the HDi 110 in my Berli. Turbo is different too being a twin scroll variation.

Beg pardon - I forgot about the Mk3 only thought about the M59 when I saw the question.

If it is purely more power you are after, then, as berlingo power & PeteA say, the better route is as above. It is simpler and can be done in stages should you wish.
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(16-02-2012, 06:53 PM)berlingo power Wrote:  yeah a remap is the way forward it would take you up to 120bhp it makes a big difference
This sounds good - presume torque is higher too?

Any supplier recommendations? Cheers.

2003 Multispace 2.0HDi
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#9
Yes - where are you?

Do you have Bosch or Siemens ECU?
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#10
I'm on the siemens ecu and yes torque is more important than outright bhp, im a plumber so the van gets loaded.I'm based in leicester so wheres the best and nearest place for a remap?
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