Discussion in 'Member Garages' started by mfernandes, Jan 31, 2012.
2001 Chevrolet Corsa :: 2001 Chevrolet Corsa (2012-01-31 10:41:42)
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Is your liter the same as our liter enginewise? Because that's a tiny engine then lol
should be standard. its measured in CCs. that one liter is begging for a small stage turbo and a short throw manual could be pumping out close to 130 BHP
hahah 1 liter.. thats such a tiny engine..
i can just hear my girl saying "ooh thats so cute"
lol It just means he doesn't have to compensate for other things hahahaha:jester::thumbup:
Lol those damn Latins(?? not the best with Geography)
Uruguay. Eh, maybe? No offense man, just geoligically and culturally challenged.
Haahaha I'm with Pete on that one..
Hey Matais, did you ever end up installing that 3rd brake light on the old Ranger or are you going to install on this one?
Yes, mine was the most economic model, arround 50 mpg in hw!
There were also a 1,4L and 1,6. The top version was the GSI, 1600cc, DOHC and with 145HP in a car that weights less than 800Kg!
Eventough it was a tiny tiny engine, hell I enjoyed this car! And it was much confortable than what you would expect... german design, one of the best selling cars arround the world in the 90s (search for Corsa B)
Ill upload more pics soon
Yes rob!!!! I installed on my new truck. Great light pal, thanks a lot bro!!!
Good deal man! Glad to hear it worked out for you!
Cool little car! I need something like that for my commute to work!
I think the tiny engine would have a problem with that. jk lol
Belive it or else, this engines will run up to 400.000+ kilometers, if well manteined offcourse!
obviously the 1600 16V dohc is much better
My mother had the same car but 1400, over 150.000kms and never touched anything in the drivetrain, just filters, water, oil, spark plugs, timing belt and nothing else!
Incredible little engine!
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