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    Default Tuning a 2.2 SRI

    Just bought my 2002 2.2 SRI but i dont know the difference between a direct and an in direct so i odnt know which model i have but was kinda looking for some general tuning ideas and what kinda bhp it could be improved to without really killing to much reliability. cheers guys

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    it will be a none direct model. find and pm rushy on here,think he's the king of the 2.2

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    Hi mate

    Yours will be the None Direct ( Multi Point Fuel Injection ) Model 2004 on is Direct

    They do a lot for the 2.2 mate on the regal site all depends on how deep your pockets are. Including a turbo conversion

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    2.4 inlet manifold is the least expensive option,but its not cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby-tupper View Post
    2.4 inlet manifold is the least expensive option,but its not cheap
    Also you could go the route of a 2.4 Throttle Body as well as a 2.0 Supercharged Throttle body and have it all tied in with a remap

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    oh yay finally i've bought a car that doesn't basically need an engine replacement to increase the power output most of my cars iv previously had was a case of a new block ok does any1 have any links to places with prices/ power increases etc as im keen to turn it up a bit i've been told my car is 150 bhp and i'd kinda like to up it to around the 200 bhp mark if possible.

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    with all that whats said above and a little more 190 is poss but if you want to spend 4k Which i very well thinking of over the next couple of years GET A TURBO CONVERSION!!!!! http://www.regal-shop.co.uk/acatalog...nversions.html

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    Cat back, sports cat, Piper or Dbilas zorst manifold, custom down pipe (landrover one works) cams, 2.0SC TB (2.4 doesn't work) balancer shaft deletion and a 2.4 inlet manifold all tied in with a map should see you over 200bhp and yes that all adds up to alot of cash So whats that, about £1500 minimum for 50hp. TBH mate its not really worth it, your also going to want to insure your hard work with a new chain kit fitted so say £400 on top of your mods. With enough money you can do what you want, and in the VX220 and Astra's a tuned 2.2 is a bit of a weapon but in the heavy Vec it doesn't really do the engine justice IMO.

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