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Tuning N series

Post  cejsmith on 21/5/2014, 6:27 pm

I've sold me TVR becuase it made my knee hurt and I'm looking around at options, I've seen a few 85th's for sale , but if I buy one I want at least 200bhp out of the engine.

Any suggestions and does anybody know if you can tune the n series???


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Post  Rich on 21/5/2014, 6:41 pm

As the N series is virtually identical to a K series, I would imagine that any bolt-ons would be compatible. However, the ignition system is completely different so you won't be able to go to Mark for a bit of ZandF treatment...

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Post  cejsmith on 21/5/2014, 9:04 pm

Rich wrote:As the N series is virtually identical to a K series, I would imagine that any bolt-ons would be compatible. However, the ignition system is completely different so you won't be able to go to Mark for a bit of ZandF treatment...

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Post  Rich on 22/5/2014, 12:41 am

cejsmith wrote:Rich, you know me , my offer of £50 might offend!!!!!

So might my reply...

Seriously however, the right offer may persuade me.


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Post  cejsmith on 22/5/2014, 12:49 am

So what have you got your eye on then Rich????


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Post  adrianvvc on 22/5/2014, 11:22 pm

Mark of ZandF has a re-map for the chinese built TFs.
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Post  Matt Parker on 23/5/2014, 5:35 am

As mentioned, they are still as tunable as MGRover TF's. The first thing to do on them though is to swap the exhaust manifold and downpipe to an MGR one or aftermarket due to all N series have a manivertor fitted along with the cat for emissions


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Post  Nick on 25/5/2014, 8:36 am

As Adrian said Mark can Z&F the Chinese Fs, he just has to plug the ecu into an mgr car - I know cause I lent my car to him to remap mindys le500 when he did mine.


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Post  Rich on 25/5/2014, 4:45 pm

I stand corrected. I'd obviously been informed incorrectly.. Every day is a school day!  Suspect 


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Post  Nick on 25/5/2014, 9:57 pm

Still doesn't have the VVC though so suppose you'd looking at 150 bhp if you did the usual mods


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