Doge's Peugeot 205 project car

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Since i sold my 106 Rallye i had to replace it with something of its range, so...
Here's my 91' Peugeot 205, currently with 1.1i engine thats about to be out and replaced with something much much better.
Plan was to use car trailer or tow truck, but after sitting for 5 years it started up no problems, so i drove it straight home, without brakes, alternator and license plates. very smart!

Plan for this car is:
1.4 alu block with 1.3 rallye head and twin weber carbs (Plan B is 1.6 8v engine with injection)
It already has new paint, just need those rallye overfenders to complete the look :D
Interior is full gti with nice little red line and proper dashboard with rev guage (just needs to be installed)
Here are some pics:

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Does look good tho, better than any 106 or saxo, in my opinion.
I already love it, need much work tho, i hope its gonna be worth it
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"...he's a good boy, just as you'd expect from a shibe" -Bigg Boss93
Daily: BMW E36 '97 318i Stock.
Project car: Peugeot 205 '91 1.4
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Looking lovely Peugeot.
Question,
Why you install 1.3 head on 1.4?
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Looks awesome man! Love seeing the 205's.
SimplifyHerb wrote:
23 May 2020 21:01
Looking lovely Peugeot.
Question,
Why you install 1.3 head on 1.4?
The 1.3 Rallye Head is better than the 1.4, also allows easier installation of the Rallye inlet which is known to be better too. Higher RPM and such iirc?
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Doge wrote:
23 May 2020 20:49
currently with 1.1i engine
Jesus, i didn't know any modern cars had engines that small. I thought the 1.5 in my Si was small.
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Change of plans!
1.3 Rallye head with 1.6 block and twin Dellorto carburators from alfa 2.0, a bit better than weber and harder to install and adapt to 1.3 head
Got 4-2-1 exhaust manifold, gti guage cluster and original rallye steering wheel(Very rare, not doing rallye replica, but its a really cool steering wheel :D)
Cleaned it today, looks much better
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"...he's a good boy, just as you'd expect from a shibe" -Bigg Boss93
Daily: BMW E36 '97 318i Stock.
Project car: Peugeot 205 '91 1.4
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