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calvinhorse

D8 D9 Parts Interchangeability V6

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calvinhorse

I'm looking to use the D8 exhaust downpipes and manifold on a D9, mainly because I don't have the D9 complete parts and also because it will do away with the Cats.. does anybody know if it fits

 

Also Does anybody know if the cambelt covers are the same on the D8 and D9 v6?

 

Thankyou

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ade 4wd

D8 manifolds and downpipes will fit the D9 with no modifications.

Cambelt covers are different though.

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calvinhorse

Fantastic, cheers for the reply Ade.

 

Are the manifolds the same?

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Tesstuff

Don't forget you need the 3 inch downpipe.

 

Clio v6 exhaust manifold and camshafts for that little bit more too.

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calvinhorse

Just in the process of ordering one off Ade at Chesterfield 👍

 

Internals are staying standard I'm not greedy 😄

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ade 4wd

D8 and D9 manifolds are different, however both front and rear D8 manifolds are the same.

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calvinhorse

Thanks Ade, you're a star 👍

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welshpug

exhaust manifold to head gaskets are the same so you can bolt them on though.

 

you always need more power...

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calvinhorse

Any idea if the cambelts are the same? I'm 90% sure they are..

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Tesstuff

D8 camshafts in a D9 produces more power. Can't remember if that is just after a swap or a remap.

Might even be just one of the camshafts, been too long.

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calvinhorse

It'll be an option if the vvc doesn't work on aftermarket management.

 

I've got a funny feeling it's the exhaust cams that you put in as an inlet tho so that won't help

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welshpug

yeah the belt is the same, there's two different tensioners and three water pumps iirc.

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