Tuesday, 14 August 2018
How to keep your THP engine healthy and happy Keeping your THP engine healthy and happy is a simple process. All you need to do is follow some key points in its maintenance. We hope this guide will help extend your engine’s life. Prince engine codes covered are EP6-DT, EP6-DTS, EP6-CDT, EP6-CDTX, EP6-CDTM and EP6-FDTX.
Monday, 28 May 2018
A very impressive hybrid turbo upgrade on this Mini Cooper S R56 N14. To complement it, the owner installed an upgraded front mount intercooler, cold air intake kit and full exhaust. The engine had recently been serviced and the cylinder head cleaned from combustion residues on the intake valves. Driving the car daily on a
Friday, 02 June 2017
A few years ago we tried and successfully installed a VAG blowoff valve in place of the stock one on the Peugeot 207 GT/GTI/RC 1.6T. Both valves are made by Pierburg. They are electrically compatible but the VAG bov has a better coil and better overall build which allows it to withstand more boost without
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
PCV delete – why do it? One of the most discussed and debated modifications on THP/N14 engines is deleting the rear PCV system. THP200 has this by default, but all smaller THP variants use the PCV system in the plastic cylinder head cover. How the PCV system works All engines with pistons always have a