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★★★★★

“My 350bhp beats!! ”

Written on: 20/11/2009

My 350bhp beats!!

I have a 2003 seat leon cupra R 225 which is now pushing a massive 350bhp and 410 ft lb torque!!! i have raced all kinds of supercars down thesantapod strip and never had problems flying past - she does 1/4 miles in 11.2 seconds. I love the car - never had one problem since i have had it, i took the car to AMD in essex to get all the cams don,revo stage 3 map, pistons, conrods, nos, turbo etc etc spent £10k on mods and i love it. get one really do they have 5 doors loads of… Read Full Review

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“I own a 2004 Seat Leon Cupra 180 in silver bought it 6...”

Written on: 12/07/2009 by sun30 (1 review written)

I own a 2004 Seat Leon Cupra 180 in silver bought it 6 months old, had it 4.5 years never kept a car longer than a year still love the look drive handling everything about the car every time i decide to upgrade the next car doesnt quite impress me enough so I keep it, everyone who sees it loves it as they are rare see on the road.
Probably keep a few more years get the alloys refurbed and calipers painted and its as good as new.
Mine has 31k on clock new brakes and discs and tires full seat… Read Full Review

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“All in all its my 2nd seat and i have to say its the...”

Written on: 04/01/2009 by benjo21 (1 review written)

All in all its my 2nd seat and i have to say its the best Seat Leon Cupra R 1.8 20V Biturbo i've had so far my next car is the K1 lets hope it's as much fun to drive as my cupra 180 bhp Steady power delivery comfortable ride and responsive steering. Engine fans keep going for longer than supposed to but that could just be a fault with my car. … Read Full Review

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“Practical and economical, very fast and hugely tunable...”

Written on: 01/11/2008 by emilyw (2 reviews written)

Practical and economical, very fast and hugely tunable car. Basically an Audi S3, for a fraction of the money. With a few mods it is an all round star car. Looks mean and handles very well. The cabin is roomy and well equipped. The turbo is very reliable and the torque rating is great even from stock. The cars potential is staggering when given a little after market attention. Many, many modifications are available that can turn it into a very fast car. AWESOME PERFORMANCE! Practical… Read Full Review

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“Was in the market for something more sporty after my...”

Written on: 03/03/2008 by Sam Ford (5 reviews written)

Was in the market for something more sporty after my Toyota Corolla diesel got written off. Was looking for a Cupra R version, but found that decent examples were hard to get hold of and they tended to be overpriced. I spotted a mint 03 plate Cupra 180 on a private sale in my village. It was in black as well which in my opinion is the best colour for these, though is a nightmare trying to keep it clean. Looks great when it's been polished. This example was totally standard apart from the 18… Read Full Review

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“The Seat Leon Cupravery is a nice drive and comfy it...”

Written on: 16/11/2007 by brookesy (1 review written)

The Seat Leon Cupravery is a nice drive and comfy it has sporty looks a good engine, turbo standard. Cant get cheap parts, water pump broke and engine mountains broke, and my chews tires.Good all round car but be prepared to spend money on it… Read Full Review

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“Hi, i recently bought a Seat Leon Cupra (180) couldn't...”

Written on: 22/12/2006 by janowski1980 (1 review written)

Hi, i recently bought a Seat Leon Cupra (180) couldn't find the Cupra R i wanted. I have just recenlty had revo on my ecu and has made an amazing amount of difference. I have gone from 180 bhp to 210 bhp and 173 lb/ft tourqe to 232 lb/ft tourqe. More tourqe than the standard Cupra R. The car feels so smooth to drive and pulls hard in every gear, especially 4th. i must admit though you do have to be very careful in wet and greasy conditions as its prone to spinning in 1st 2nd and has even in… Read Full Review

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Janowski1980's Response to janowski1980's Review

Written on: 04/01/2007

Had Revo put on it two weeks ago. It makes so much difference to the car, especially the torque. Have to be careful when putting foot down as the front wheels can only manage so much; initially that is.

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“Based upon the MkIV Golf, but with greater emphasis on...”

Written on: 18/09/2006 by hagleyrp (1 review written)

Based upon the MkIV Golf, but with greater emphasis on looking and feeling like a true sports proposition, the Seat Leon Cupra R 1.8 20V Biturbo is a VW group bargain. The Audi TT uses this engine yet costs £27,000. It's an easier car to drive, quicker than the Honda Civic Type-R or Ford Focus RS and it is also comes loaded with equipment. If you want a lot of car for your money that works well every day, then the Cupra R is for you. Very quick and very well equipped. Top Spec, A/C, PAS, Sports… Read Full Review

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“Little I have driven comes close in terms of...”

Written on: 20/09/2005 by Just 4 fun (1 review written)

Little I have driven comes close in terms of performance to the Seat Leon Cupra. Putting the power down from rest can be a struggle through the two front wheels, so a little restraint is required to over come this. Turbo's generally appreciate some gentle lead in and give earlier response whilst overcoming the lag, which in this beast just hits you in the back ! Clutch is on the heavy side. Worst point is SEAT's build quality and it's dealers. Mine develops rattle after rattle and still needs… Read Full Review

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“I have a Seat Leon Cupra R 1.8 20V Biturbo Sports Car...”

Written on: 24/10/2004 by warden (1 review written)

I have a Seat Leon Cupra R 1.8 20V Biturbo Sports Car and have modified it to 269 BHP.
Now, to be honest, it does break down more often because of the mods, but this is because I cant afford to upgrade the intercoolers yet.
Now modded it is an absolute animal.
I have raced a lot of different cars from lights up to about 60 or 70 Mph. The cupra has killed off a Golf VR6, Focus RS, M3, Escort RS, Clio 172, Celica GT4 and the best feeling of all - beating a Civic Type R - the car I nearly bought… Read Full Review

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Scoobz's Response to 174951_warden's Review

Written on: 09/02/2005

Where did you attach the second turbo?
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<br>SEAT only made a Leon Cupra R with a single turbo (KKK K04 hybrid turbo) and standard would either be 210bhp or 225bhp, depending upon when you bought it.
<br>ECU remap will indeed push power up to around 260-280bhp (dependent upon boost level) and this shouldn't cause increased 'breakdowns', if it does then take it back to the place who modified it as the remap is dodgy.
<br>The original coil packs installed under the bonnet were known to be prone to failure (as on most of the VAG range) and this was recognised and rectified by warranty replacement of all coils with a new type that doesn't fail quite so often, if you haven't had your old ones replaced, this could be the reason for your breakdowns.
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<br>If you are having problems of the car resorting to 'limp mode' (5psi), then the ECU remap is overboosting and needs to be sorted by reducing the boost spike.
<br>Improving intercooling is indeed beneficial but standard equipment will not make the car breakdown.
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<br>If you have fitted a second turbo (you quote 'biturbo'), I would be interested to know 'where' and 'how'. I would also suggest that you would be getting better performance figures than you suggest if you are running a remapped ECU and biturbo.
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<br>The Leon Cupra R is a very nice vehicle and indeed quick. I personally own a modified Ibiza Cupra, pushing 215bhp and it is very rapid due to its power:weight ratio.

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Killjoybutts's Response to 174951_warden's Review

Written on: 03/06/2005

You don't specify which generation of M3, but if it was an E36 (newest one) that you beat then he wasn't trying! 400BHP through the rear wheels beat 268BHP through the front!!!

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★★★★★

“I have had my cupra R for 5 weeks and it is the best...”

Written on: 29/07/2003 by paul. (1 review written)

I have had my cupra R for 5 weeks and it is the best car I have had for an all round package.The civic Type R may be faster on paper but in the real world they are very similar.The Leon has so much mid range power from as low as 2100rpm, where as the Civic needs to reved hard to get the power.The other factor is the number of Leon R's on the road. Not many.Having a young family its the car to go for.I have driven the civic and it is a great car but 3 doors.You cannot beat the sound of a turbo.I… Read Full Review

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Samm's Response to 119915_paul.'s Review

Written on: 19/04/2004

This car looks superb,possibly even better than the CTR & Focus RS, I saw one in black and the understated looks with big 18" alloys looks cool.
<br>I have driven the CTR and it is brilliant, especially the gearbox. But I think if I was buying I would go for the Leon R- is you'rs 212 0r 225 bhp?
<br>It has far more usable power than the type R and may seem slower to 60 on paper but I doubt it is slower with 30-50 or 50-70.
<br>It has a turbo and is therefore far more tuneable than the CTR. My only concern is there is a MK2 CTR out now which is even better than the mark one and I'm not sure if the Leon R has as good a handling. Have you driven the Clio cup? as I am considering buying this too.

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Mozz's Response to 119915_paul.'s Review

Written on: 07/01/2007

Hi
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<br>I have just bought a Seat Leon Cupra R 210 about 2 months ago. And as an overall package including running, maintenance, looks and goodies etc, I think it is my best buy so far. I drove a few before I bought this one, but one in particular had the optional Recaro interior (which is better than the standard trim, but very rare). That was a 210, but way faster than a 225 (I drove a couple). It spun in first 3 gears - rapid in the dry. It looked standard, but it must have been played with. My advise is, go to a few dealers, act interested and test drive a few cars.
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<br>P.S the 210 and 225 Cupra R, if chipped with a Revo chip, are both identical power at 265BHP.

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★★★★★

“ it is just the greatest there really isnt any thing...”

Written on: 21/06/2003 by Ali j. (1 review written)

it is just the greatest there really isnt any thing to complain about apart from that naff little light, dont know bout you but do you notice that absoulotely every1 stairs right at you, the thing that really makes the car is those rims, overall love the car but alarm goes off wen it feels like. lol neighbours am never happy .al… Read Full Review

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“First of all, the Cupra R is NOT a coupe, it's a...”

Written on: 21/12/2002 by SeatHolland. (1 review written)

First of all, the Cupra R is NOT a coupe, it's a hatch, let me rephrase; it's a HOT-hatch. Second, it's NOT a Biturbo, it's exactly the same engine as in the Audi TT which has just ONE turbo. Only the engine-management is different. And I can asure you that the both of them are doing fine with it. I drive a LEON Cupra R daily, it's my companycar for my work as SEAT-salesman. Because of it's great road-holding qualities and direct steering respose, the LEON is real fun to drive on secondary… Read Full Review

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70375_Debby.'s Response to 59641_SeatHolland.'s Review

Written on: 04/02/2003

As a Seat Sales Rep, what can you tell us about the quality problems with the Leon?
I will sum up a couple:
ignition coils, paint flaking, door leaks, rear lock, front lights leak, rear lights leak, rear brake light leak, poor fittings, brake failures in winter conditions, remote central locking failure, front and rear whipers don't fit, turbo problems, ecu braking down, poor service by dealers, poor service by Seat UK.
These are just a couple of things I found on the Internet, what leon owners experienced on a regular basis.

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Stpete's Response to 59641_SeatHolland.'s Review

Written on: 16/11/2003

errr bits break not on mine they don't!!! Poor build quality, not on mine its not!!!! And worse than a Ford errr Thats a big NO never, dagenham dustbin that every boy wants and every dad has no thanks!! Give me 210 BHP and Audi parts AND VW build every time!!! Not a little jealous of the one that just went past you are you?!?!

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117737_Kitcar.'s Response to 59641_SeatHolland.'s Review

Written on: 22/07/2003

I can't comment on the Cupra R but the standard Cupra is a steaming dog poop. As the poster above points out nearly every bit on it breaks. If VW put a their badge on it no-one would know as it would probably fall off about 10 feet out of the dealers.
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<br>A truly awful car. Even Fords are better built, and that is saying something.

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109880_Stevo.'s Response to 59641_SeatHolland.'s Review

Written on: 23/06/2003

First of all the Leon Cupra R is not Bi-turbo, it has a single turbo. However, one of the main difference's over the standard Cupra model is that it's twin-intercooled.
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<br>I have only had my '03 Cupra R a short while but previously owned a Cupra, havong sold a Golf GTi turbo in-between because the Golf was smaller, slower, didn't handle as well and was no better built.
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<br>I bought an Imported Cupra R for £15,995 and at this money it simply has no competition (Honda type-R's + air con are more money and only three door).
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<br>If it had a VW badge on the back they would have sold 7500 to date not the 750 (official Uk cars) that are on the roads. Don't know if the optional recaro seats are worth the money though???

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★★★★★

“Can't get more for your £ than the Seat Leon Cupra...”

Written on: 05/09/2002 by Owen. (1 review written)

Can't get more for your £ than the Seat Leon Cupra R1.8 20v Biturbo.
Ok, three points about the Cupra R
Firstly, does anyone knows a dealer in England that can offer me a test drive? I have spent the last week trying to find a UK dealer that has a demonstrator. However, took the standard Cupra out for a spin to get an idea of ride/handling/accel etc, and was very impressed.

Secondly, the Cupra R is not bi-turbo..shock! It is based on the Audi TT 1.8 Turbo with twin intercoolers. Twin… Read Full Review

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38726_J.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 20/09/2002

I believe there's a demo in Manchester UK, - Lookers Seat. Look on the seat.co.uk website.
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<br>Leather seat's _are_ an option on the standard Cupra. Most people don't seem to take it though, so it isn't that common for the second hand market. The Leather seats are also electrically motorised. On the older models (2000), they had a memory assosiated, but that was dropped because "nobody could work out what nods and handshakes were required to get the system to work".
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<br>Completely agree - brilliant car. Only the S3 comes close to topping it as a hot-hatch in that size bracket.

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181293_Itbestuk's Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 09/01/2005

Hi, I took a cupra R for a test drive yesterday and yes it was very impressive, shame the dash looks a bit cheap.
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<br>The garrage was in Accocks green in Birmingham.

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97705_Peter.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 14/05/2003

I have driven a Cupra R at a freindly dealer in Stoke on Trent. I currently drive a Mondeo 2.0 Zetec although its a tweaked repmobile its a fine drive previously had a RGT Turbo - the Cupra R did not feel good by comparison - dreadful heavy wooden steering spoilt the car v fast but not enjoyable. The Octavia RS drives better - driven 2 of them and you can chip it to 210hp. Std Cupra OK. Re the Honda not tried it for me it would probably be tiresome on the motorway. My choice would be - wait a couple of months and buy an ex demo Impreza WRX 3 for 17K driven one - nothing else comes close.

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76221_Owen.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 27/02/2003

Yeah the Civic ia a great motor but no Climate Contol as standard and only 3 doors! I have a family so 5 doors is a must. Still fancy taking one out for a spin though :-)

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70146_Geoff.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 03/02/2003

Try a Civic Type R as an alternative and you will soon be reaching for your cheque book. The best hot hatch money can buy.

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70039_Debby.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 03/02/2003

You can have a faster car for less money, I just sold my Leon Cupra because of the problems this car gave me.
The doors leaked, paint flaked, and rear lock failed twice.
I now drive a Honda Civic Type R, 15.995 on the road and it faster and cheaper than the Leon Cupra R.

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64374_Shaun.'s Response to 36472_Owen.'s Review

Written on: 11/01/2003

JCT SEAT at Yeadon , Leeds, have a Cupra R available for test drives. - I've just ordered the standard cupra which seems a mighty fine flying machine.

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★★★★★

“The Cupra R is a 1.8 20V Turbo (not Bi Turbo). It's...”

Written on: 04/09/2002 by In the Know!. (1 review written)

The Cupra R is a 1.8 20V Turbo (not Bi Turbo). It's not a Coupe, it's a 5 Door Hatchback. It comes with one drive train - front wheels (not 4x4 according to SEAT), and thats about it.

Apart from that it's a fine piece of kit - well worth yer £17k but it will need to be better to get me to part with my Audi 1.8T… Read Full Review

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“how it be classed as a coupe when it has 5 doors?...”

Written on: 15/08/2002 by Jeff. (1 review written)

how it be classed as a coupe when it has 5 doors? numbnuts!… Read Full Review

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34598_Cupra.'s Response to 33292_Jeff.'s Review

Written on: 24/08/2002

CUPRA not Coupe can't you read ?

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35196_Jeff.'s Response to 33292_Jeff.'s Review

Written on: 28/08/2002

ummm... yes i can read and to quote a previous reviewer... "The Seat Leon Cupra R is the best coupé made by the Spanish manufacturer. " - so tell me, how can I not read?

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“I have just bought a Seat Leon Cupra Biturbo and been...”

Written on: 11/08/2002 by TheGrape. (1 review written)

I have just bought a Seat Leon Cupra Biturbo and been for a test drive today. I would say that is easily as quick as the Subaru imprezza that I drove a week ago. There is virtually no turbo lag and it revs very happilly to the limit.

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“leon cupra r has 2 versions - 1. 4x4 ”

Written on: 09/08/2002 by DJ Maestro. (1 review written)

leon cupra r has 2 versions - 1. 4x4
2. only front 2.
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“The Seat Leon Cupra R is the best coup made by the...”

Written on: 19/06/2002 by arturulux. (1 review written)

The Seat Leon Cupra R is the best coup made by the Spanish manufacturer… Read Full Review

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30644_Downunder Sir.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 24/07/2002

As good as the VW / Audi mechanicals are - it is let down by the fact it is spanish-built. Two turbos 1.8Lt and only 210Hp? 1.6Lt Civic Type R = 185hp / 1.8Lt Integra type R = 200hp / 2.0Lt S2000 = 240hp, ALL NON-TURBO's. Like-wise Mivec Cyborgs / Pulsar'S All make close to 200HP with-out turbo's, let alone Two & each would run rings around a Cupra!

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Sk1N.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 24/02/2003

I am having trouble deciding whether to buy a civic type r, a leon cupra r, or a focus st170. Does anyone know the actual 0-60 and 0-100mph of these cars

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Mr. E.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 15/11/2002

Nissan sunny aka pulsar which is the import name has forced induction (turbo)
someone needs to get their facts right here as all of the above information is incorrect

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51050_Flapper.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 14/11/2002

go to www.seatcupra.net

:):):)

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39507_Nm.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 24/09/2002

Yes there was a 1.6 Civic type R, although it wasn't sold on many countries around the world. Proof of that is Grand Turismo III on PS2 where this 1.6 type R is in.

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34197_Cj.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 21/08/2002

Civic Type R - are you sure? The Civic Type R only just came out - the first was the Integra then the Accord and now the Civic. Previous sporty Civics were the VTi and the CRX - but not the Type R. That came out in late 2001 as a 2.0-litre and as far as I'm aware was never a 1.6.

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34152_Jm.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 21/08/2002

CJ, the previous generation of Civc Type R WAS a 1.6.

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31158_Gb.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 30/07/2002

This guy must be talking about another car because the Seat Cupra R is neither biturbo or 4x4 !!!

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30712_Stevowarby.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 25/07/2002

The Cupra R has a 1.8 liter 20 valve engine with one K04 turbo and twin intercoolers.
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<br>Can be easily chipped to 250 - 260bhp..
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<br>(Same engine as Audi TT).
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<br>Stevo.

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30711_Max.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 25/07/2002

Its not 4x4 either

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30689_Cj.'s Response to arturulux.'s Review

Written on: 24/07/2002

The Civic Type R is a 2.0 litre not a 1.6 litre. The Cupra R does not have 2 turbos.

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