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Ok i found performance Cams, Cam gears, Ecu chips, performance Pistons and Rods, Clutch Kits, Performance Intake Manifold, Fuel rails and injectors. There is more but i want to test them before i tell everyone to buy. They are made for this engine, But thats no guaranty.
I still have my company name and web site So i might just put it back to work for me with the parts i have found for the Reno/Forenza and parts for other Suzuki cars. Cams and cam gears will be first, sometime in Feb. I will have them in and dyno completed for posting.
 

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Ok i found performance Cams, Cam gears, Ecu chips, performance Pistons and Rods, Clutch Kits, Performance Intake Manifold, Fuel rails and injectors. There is more but i want to test them before i tell everyone to buy. They are made for this engine, But thats no guaranty.
I still have my company name and web site So i might just put it back to work for me with the parts i have found for the Reno/Forenza and parts for other Suzuki cars. Cams and cam gears will be first, sometime in Feb. I will have them in and dyno completed for posting.
I highly doubt it.... I know several people that have been into daewoos for years that have spent countless hours looking for parks and have all kinds of connections around the World.

But we've always had pistons, rods, cams (just needed to be modded; though I found some today that I think work), and clutch kits.

Danny
 

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Piper Cams frames page
This link is for the cams, The engine we have is the same as the Vauxhall 2.0 ecotec. They also have adjustable cam gears. The cams and cam gears are a direct bolt on as per Piper, I sent them the specs for the D-TEC and they found that the engines are the same. ECU programing is not the same but the engine parts are the same. If the cam gears do not fit the cams in our car they will fit the performance cams. The turbo kit from the Astra vxr will also fit, As well as the injectors.

SCI Webcon Alpha Engine Management Parts
This link is for an engine kit that adds some good HP, It is also a direct bolt on. From the site,
Vauxhall/Opel Ecotec 2.0 Litre stock--132 bhp after---170bhp

The engine that the 2 cars share is the X20XEV They do make changes with the compresion on the turbo model, But all the parts like the crank cams cam gears should fit just fine. Like i said this is comming from Piper Cams based on the specs i sent them on the
D-TEC. I have dumped the idea for just reopening the shop, Life is easer without the bullshit of trying to make a profit on a limited market.
I will still install the cam and cam gears next month when i do the port and polish, I will update everyone on how it all works. B&M Has a kick ass looking short shifter for our car, But it will cost some big bucks.
 

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Ah Yes, these cams for that engine has been looked into. We're not 100% sure...lemme know as soon as you get it though. It should works with the right modifications here and there...but dunno if it'll work right outta the box.

Also the compression is different for that motor...probably along with slight other differences so I wouldnt buy any kind of akit for it unless you know exactly what your doing and what those differences are. Just an FYI so someone doesnt jump out and try to get one.
 

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Thats why i said i would try the products before i recomend the use of them. The compression is diff, But the bore and stroke is the same. With that issue it must be the pistons that are not the same I think??
The inside parts i will keep the same with no changes YET... But I do like the twin intakes from that one site.... Plus if changes do need to be made you can just have Piper do it for you and it might come out cheaper......
 

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Thats why i said i would try the products before i recomend the use of them. The compression is diff, But the bore and stroke is the same. With that issue it must be the pistons that are not the same I think??
The inside parts i will keep the same with no changes YET... But I do like the twin intakes from that one site.... Plus if changes do need to be made you can just have Piper do it for you and it might come out cheaper......
Just an FYI Piper cams are nice..and the companys good to work with.
 
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