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Old 29-08-18, 07:40 AM   #1
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Apart from the obvious (30bhp) what are the physical differences between the 180 and 150bhp versions of this engine?

Is it simply mapping, or are there physical differences, bigger intercooler for example?
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Old 29-08-18, 06:55 PM   #2
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I think you probably need to see the two side by side. I have the 180 maybe you can tell by looking at the picture of the engine bay. I know mine has no fog lights as there are air scoops for cooling. When I looked at the lower spec 150 GT you could have fog lights but not possible on my 180GT. I know on the phase 2 you can have fogs now so maybe the air scoops have been changed.
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