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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 21:10

I think I might, she's a MK1 :lol:

This one already has a name as well: Xanthe...

Now why would you want to swap Juliet Xac?
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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 21:20

Toby_HDi wrote:Jim, that picture has convinced me I want a Series 1 front end on my Activa


It can be done Toby. Just find someone who really wants a MK2 front on their MK1 and swap! Wings, bonnet, bumper, slam panel and job's a good un!

Personally , I like the MK1 look.

Toby_HDi wrote:Glad you've found another project :wink:


When I say project it may become a bigger project than initially thought...

I have an engine sitting on the floor in my garage...

Plus virtually everything else I'd need...

Shall I?
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Post by Toby_HDi » 14 Feb 2010, 21:25

Jim,

DO IT!!! 8-) 8-) :twisted: :twisted:

I would love to see that done! I would be up for lending a hand if the need arose too :D
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Post by andmcit » 14 Feb 2010, 21:29

I'd be very jealous if you did Jim - as no doubt a few others here too!!
You wouldn't would you! Did you drop that V6 front subframe off that
silver car you broke then?

With you and superloopy multiple Activa owners are you guys trying to
give me an inferiority complex!? :lol:

Silver Activae look the business!! What's the story behind the new arrival
then - has it been seen before on the forum? Looks like a personalised
plate being so short?

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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 21:29

An automatic Activa....

Very tempting :lol: :lol:
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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 21:31

andmcit wrote:What's the story behind the new arrival
then - has it been seen before on the forum? Looks like a personalised
plate being so short?


I will say no more at this point until it is here with me Andrew... No, not seen on the forum before as far as I know...
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Post by Xaccers » 14 Feb 2010, 21:32

CitroJim wrote:Now why would you want to swap Juliet Xac?


Nice as she is to drive, being a MK2 she's no looker.

You have to do the V6 conversion Jim!
It makes perfect sense, what with the trips down to Somerset :D
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Post by andmcit » 14 Feb 2010, 21:43

CitroJim wrote:An automatic Activa....

Very tempting :lol: :lol:


Nooooooooooo!!! If you're going to the trouble go on, make it a hydraulic manual.
It's a good number actually ;) I'm sure that's got some history.
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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 21:47

andmcit wrote:Nooooooooooo!!! If you're going to the trouble go on, make it a hydraulic manual.


Don't worry Andrew, I really was joking there... It was not the talk of a fuzzy 'flu-filled brain..

The only thing is though, the Activa ML5 gearing is a bit short for a V6 really. Mind you, scorching acceleration should be the order of the day but top speed would not be quite what it could be but who needs speed?
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Post by citroenxm » 14 Feb 2010, 22:28

How would you fit a box from a 4 cylinder fit to a V6 block?? Or have PSA been really clever and make both PSA V6 block and PSA 4 cylinder blocks have the same bolt hole positions?? Id thought you'd have to change the bell house..

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Post by CitroJim » 14 Feb 2010, 22:41

citroenxm wrote:How would you fit a box from a 4 cylinder fit to a V6 block??


Pattern is the same Paul. In theory you could fit a BE3 to a V6 as just like F0rd, many PSA gearboxes use the same bellhousing pattern and are pretty much interchangeable. I'm not sure this extends to the MA 'box fitted to the TU engines though...

The folks who put the CT engine into 205s mate it to a BE3 'box. Playing with fire really as the BE3 is good for about 150BHP tops. Much more and they tend to explode in the diff department...

One thing I need to establish is if the CT flywheel will fit the V6 crank tail.
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Post by Toby_HDi » 14 Feb 2010, 22:43

I wonder if you could also somehow make the manual mode option work in a Xantia.

I'm thinking along the lines of Alfa 166 Sportronic. It's a ZF 4HP20 box but with a manual mode too though a different casing I believe. Find a way of sticking it in a V6 Activa - best of both worlds!
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Post by addo » 14 Feb 2010, 22:45

They made Activa V6 autos with the 4HP20, according to some parts lisitings on SC. Also there are driveshafts for AL4 "with active anti-roll" listed elsewhere...
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Post by citroenxm » 14 Feb 2010, 22:46

I understand that an Alloy XU mated gearbox, would fit a Two litre cast iorn 4cylinder, thats understandable...

That is a very interesting discovery then.. What about the PRV V6's in the XM's? Id love to know if a 2.5 manual box would fit a PRV V6 engine...

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Post by Sl4yer » 14 Feb 2010, 23:10

CitroJim wrote:An automatic Activa....

Very tempting :lol: :lol:


I'd do it! The standard gearbox isn't the slickest anyway. Would be like a 200HP go-kart. Apart from the ride.

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