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lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:36 am

i can find any turbo internals for the lanos..please help me where i can find them
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby PrecisionBoost » Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:01 am

First off, it helps it we know where your from, there are quite a few different placed to get parts all over the world.
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby PrecisionBoost » Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:14 am

Given I do not know where your from, I don't know which version of 1.5L you have.

I'm going to guess it is the SOHC and I'm going to make the assumption your block is the same as the Canadian market 1.5L

The biggest issue is that you have the 1.5L which has a bore of 76.5mm, it is simply a 1.6L block with a smaller bore.

The 1.6L has a 79mm Bore and it has has good support from Import Performance Parts ( IPP )

If your serious about turbo charging your car your best bet is to get a custom head gasket to decrease compression.

The valve relief pockets on the 1.6L DOHC may not line up with the SOHC head, but this is just a guess, you would have to take a look around the forum to see if any one has used the DOHC pistons in a SOHC engine.


The big question is how much power you want to make and what is your budget.
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:13 am

my car is in egypt..now i am in dubai..i have the 1.5 twin cam 76.5 bore and 81 stroke
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:19 am

it looks that you are into turbo charging and i am gonna tell you what i have and you tell me what i need :
1-TD04l turbine out of impreza wrx non-jdm
2-fuel pressure reg & bov
3-intercooler + piping + silicons
4-fuel pump walbro 255
5-16' radiator fan
6-spacer to lower the compretion ratio and a head screw's
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:31 am

i have one issue with the ecu should i remap it or there i a ship to do the job or go for a megasquirt 2 and if i used a mega squirt 2 should i tune it or it dosent need to de tuned
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 7:12 pm

there is a parts shop who is telling me to get a mega squirt 1 its really cheap compared to mega 2 AEM and haltec
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby Mr.Psycho » Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:10 pm

I'm not 100% clued up on the daewoo motors, more so the opel ones.

But things you should also look at is bigger injectors maybe 330cc, bigger is possible but if you not looking for huge power figures they not really needed.

Piston wise if you using the 1.5 16v motor why not look for the 8v 1.5 pistons? Normally they have a bigger dish then the 16v equivalent piston which will drop the compression.

A better clutch should also be on your list as the stock one might not handle the extra power to well.
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Re: lanos 1.5 turbo pistons

Postby modz91 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 5:18 am

where can i find them ( the 1.5 v8 pistons )
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