2.0 Zetec into 1.6 Si - full conversion guide.

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2.0 Zetec into 1.6 Si - full conversion guide.

Postby AdrianFRST on Fri Sep 26, 2003 10:34 am

Many thanks to Paul Baker for writing this guide.

Primary Considerations

PATS
No nothing to do with a certain East Enders character but the acronym used by Ford for their internal anti-theft system. It actually stands for Passive Anti-Theft System and as been around on Fords since the early nineties. There have been a number of generations of PATS ranging from the fairly simple early systems to todays systems that are linked with the Engine Management system. The basic principle of all of the systems is that there is a chip, you’ll notice a litle red tab on a Ford key which is the chip, and I thought it was just to make the key look pretty, that talks to a de-coder which surrounds the ignition switch which in turn talks to the PATS module and on later cars the ECU. When you put the key in the ignition, the signal is checked by the PATS unit to ensure it is compatible and if so the PATS module enables the main circuits to the ECU and to the Fuel Pump thus enabling the car to be started. On later PATS systems these are more sophisiticated and the PATS module also talks to the ECU and enables the fuel circuits in the ECU as opposed to external to it. For the unitiated the PATS system will often be referred to as internal or external dependant if the PATS system is integrated with the ECU or not.

A quick call to a local company quickly confirmed that my Fiesta Si was equipped with external PATS which was good news on two counts, one that I could retain the security and two that I would not need to worry about PATS when changing the ECU, so good news all round really. If any readers want a real laugh try asking anyone in Ford about PATS, you’d think you’d asked for Bin Laden’s phone number the whole area is considered, probably quite rightly, as highly sensitive. If you take the trouble to look at the PATS wiring you’ll quickly notice that all the wires are brown, also for security reasons!!!!!

EDIS
EDIS can be managed seperately from the ECU via an EDIS module or can be managed within the ECU. All ’93-’97 Mondeos, with the exception of the Automatic, had internal EDIS whilst I beleives that all earlier Zetec Fiestas like XR2i and RS1800 had a seperate EDIS module. Because of this I assumed I would need to do a certain amount of re-wiring to support the Mondeo ECU. However I discovered to my joy that the 1.6Si Fiesta had internal EDIS the same as the Mondeo so in theory I would not need to make any loom changes assuming that the pin connections were the same between the Fiesta ECU and the Mondeo ECU. I set out to try to confirm this but in the process managed to find a contact on the FiestaTurbo.com forum who had done the same 1.6 to 2.0 conversion and had established that the ECUs could just be swapped.


Mechanical Considerations

Apart from the engine management considerations there are a number of mechanical changes that need to be done to get the 2.0 Mondeo engine in to a Fiesta or a Quantum H4. specifically these are as follows, for a more detailed description of the modifications required take a look at Mark Stewart’s excellent web site and at Jim Hearne’s equally useful site

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Sump

The Mondeo sump has the step in the wrong place and would foul the Fiesta Exhaust Manifold, solution is a straight swap for the Fiesta Sump. Whilst you are at it you also need to swap over the oil pick up pipe as well.

Exhaust Manifold

Does not line up with the Fiesta Exhaust position, solution is a straight swap. It turns out that the manifold port sizes are the same on the 1.6/1.8 and 2.0 Zetec engines.

Water Pump

The Mondeo water pump is driven by the flat side of the belt and rotates in the opposite direction to the Fiesta so this is also a straight swap for the Fiesta pump and the Fiesat pump pulley

Alternator

The Mondeo alternator is mounted at the rear of the engine and basically just won’t fit, the solution again is to use the Fiesat alternator and mounting bracket etc

Power Steering Pump

The pump appears to be the same on the Fiesta and Mondeo but is mounted completely differently due to the differences in the drive belt arrangement between the Mondeo and the Fiesta so I used the Fiesta pump and bracketry. You need to use the bracketry anyway because of the alternator swap.

Inlet Manifold

The Mondeo inlet manifold curves back down and basically just won’t fit in the Fiesta engine bay. The solution is to use the Fiesta inlet manifold so it will all fit in. One issue here is that the 1.6 inlet manifold is smaller than the Mondeo one and also the manifold ports are smaller than the 2.0 inlet ports which results in a step change out where the manifold meets the head. Some others who have done this conversion have smoothed out the transition by filing out the inlet manifold, however you are still stuck with the overall smaller manifold bore. I spoke to Dave Baker at Puma Racing who reckoned that the effort of smoothing out this transition was just not worth it as overall flow will be dictated by the manifold size and the step up where it meets the head will not have a marked effect on performance. What is not known is what effect the smaller manfold size has on performance but unless you felt like fabricating a custom manifold then there is really no choice in the matter. I reckoned that this manifold will happily flow 130BHP on the RS1800 engine so the effect may not be massive, unless I get the car on a rolling road I’ll probably never know. If anyone wants to offer me a free power run on a local rolling road I wouldn’t turn them down.

Throttle Body

The 1.6 Throttle body is way too small so you have to use the Mondeo throttle body which happily bolts on to the 1.6 inlet manifold. You do however have to swap over the throttle linkage and the cable retaining plate from the Fiesta Throttle Body. I was told this is a straight swap but in my case this was only partially true as I found I had to cut/file lumps off the cable retaining plate and also found I had to file out the main throttle linkage bore as the Fiesta one is too small for the Mondeo spigot. I think I could just have swapped the spigots over but just could not undo them.

Dipstick Tube

You also need to use the Fiesta dipstick tube as the Mondeo one would foul the Fiesta exhaust manifold.

Engine Mounts

If, like me, you already have a 1.6 Zetec in the car then you can just use the Fiesta mounts as they are. If you have a CVH then you will need to mod the engine mounts I believe as discussed on the web sites previously referred to.

Oil Pump

Those who have done this conversion in a Fiesta will know that you have to also change the oil pump because on the Fiesta it angles in to clear the chassis.

Flywheel

The Mondeo engine I bought was an automatic and as such came with no flywheel so I used the 1.6 flywheel. I believe that even if you use a Mondeo manual engine you still have to swap the flywheel as the Mondeo one is too large for the BC gearbox which was already fitted to the car

Starter Motor

The Mondeo starter motor is fitted to the rear of the engine whereas on the Fiesta engine it’s at the front which means you have to use the Fiesta one but it just bolts straight on. The only downside is you are left with a small gap at the rear of the engine where it meets the gearbox and one less gearbox mounting bolt. The lack of one bolt I don’t reckon will be a problem and I made up a blanking plate to cover the resulting gap.

Injectors

I used the beige Mondeo injectors as opposed to the black Fiesta ones but retained the Fiesta fuel rail and Pressure relief valve, they are the same on the Mondeo anyway

Sensors etc

All the sensors are pretty well interchangeable as far as I could tell with the exception of the obvious one which is the Mass Air Flow Sensor that is a significantly larger diameter than the 1.6 unit, however this is a straight swap for the Fiesta one. I also used the Mondeo idle stepper motor and also retained all of the Mondeo engine sensors.

The big one to watch out for that I missed is the Crank Angle Sensor which is fixed to an alloy housing which is bolted to the rear of the block. Because I used a Mondeo Automatic the sensor is fixed at a larger diameter than the sensor holes in the 1.6 flywheel I used. I didn’t realise this until I came to start the engine and had no spark or fuel. The solution was to change this alloy housing to correctly re-position the sensor. The bad news was that I had to remove the gearbox again to change this!!!!!

Crank Angle Sensor Mounting Block—Beware!!!

So was it all easy and was it all worth it???

Undoubtedly yes, the whole conversion took around 4 days in total and I reckon a mechanic used to dealing with Fiestas could have the job done in 3 days. The difference in performance is significant as you would expect having gone from 85BHP to somewhere nearer 130BHP along with the associated ramp up in Torque.

Using the 1.6Si gearbox means that the car tops out at around 125mph , I have been told that by using the RS1800 box I could expect to see 140 mph at the top end but personally I am happier having the better acceleration offered by the Si gearbox as opposed to a higher top speed. I have also found that the Torque on tap means that 1st gear has become nearly redundant and that the car pulls really strongly in all the gears.

So what did it all cost & was it worth it??

Not too bad really given the fact that I already had a 1.6 Zetec engine to start with, for anyone who already has a 1.6 Zetec engined car the it’s a no brainer. If you do not already have a 1.6 Zetec then sourcing all the zetec bits you need could be difficult but if you could find a complete say siezed engine or the like cheap then it would not be so prohibitive.

My Mondeo engine cost me £460 and the manual ECU I picked up out of Loot for £25 which was a bit of a bargain. In addition to these there were the usual collection of Gaskets, Oil and Filter, Antifreeze, Plugs and it’s surprising how these add up. I also hired an engine hoist for two separate days. So all in all I reckon the conversion cost me around £600 in total which the way I look at it for an increase of 45BHP ie 53% over the 1.6 Zetec is a bit of a bargain when compared to say a Weber Alpha Carb or Throttle Body and engine management conversion which would have only got me to around 125BHP and would have cost roughly twice as much.
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Postby Fiestasi-Andy on Fri Sep 26, 2003 11:12 am

:o what a great post, this will be viewed by myself & i'm sure other people lots & lots of times :wink:
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Postby Stoned on Fri Sep 26, 2003 12:19 pm

Top stuff!
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Postby ianFRST on Sat Sep 27, 2003 7:36 pm

sweet post.

now sum1 do 1 for a 2L zetec turbo ;)
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Postby SantaHul on Wed Oct 01, 2003 3:36 am

After you've done all this, what kind of figures can you expect?
0-60? Top speed?
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Postby AdrianFRST on Wed Oct 01, 2003 8:40 am

SantaHul wrote:After you've done all this, what kind of figures can you expect?
0-60? Top speed?


How much do you weigh?

Also, what wheels and tyres are on the car? - size, rotational velocity mass, and what are the gear ratios and final drive?

They'll affect the figures so it's not really possible to say without knowing them.
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Postby paulbaker on Wed Oct 01, 2003 1:34 pm

SantaHul wrote:After you've done all this, what kind of figures can you expect?
0-60? Top speed?


Adrian is right but FYI i have 15" TSW's with 195/65 tyres and the standard Si box. I reckon 0-60 is around the 6-7s mark though I have not accurately measured it and top speed is around 125 with this combination. One thing I would like to have is a lower ratio on the top gear as the car revs too highly at around 90. This woud also up the Top Speed slightly
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Postby AsianGunner on Sat Oct 18, 2003 1:20 pm

brilliant post mate! :D
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Postby mental youth on Mon Oct 27, 2003 3:08 pm

TT motorsport reckon about a grand for the work alone you said it cost you 600 quid to do yourself

why not start nockin a full conversion out at grand a time or more i know i would have it done!!!

400 quid for 4 days work that cant be bad
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Postby JamieFRST on Mon Nov 03, 2003 7:27 pm

Very well written, still thinking of putting a 2L in my 2i, but not sure its really worth it, although i like my car and want more power, i think a fiesta turbo is the way to go :-?
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Postby AndyRS1800 on Mon Nov 10, 2003 6:37 pm

I have a 1.8 zetec in mine, looks like i have a good base to fit a 2.0 as i have the fiesta zetec parts but also the bigger inlet and stuff...

Sounds a good idia, think i'll have to get this done as i feel the need to go for a 2.0 just for the sake of it really,

Nice 1... :D
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Postby Sphinx on Mon Nov 10, 2003 9:52 pm

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Postby SantaHul on Thu Nov 13, 2003 5:49 am

paulbaker wrote:I reckon 0-60 is around the 6-7s mark


that'll do, i was only after a vague idea cheers paul

can it be a series 1 or 2 zetec or does it have to be a series 1 like the si already has in. i'd really like a series 2.
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Postby Swanick on Thu Nov 13, 2003 6:45 am

paulbaker wrote:
SantaHul wrote:After you've done all this, what kind of figures can you expect?
0-60? Top speed?


Adrian is right but FYI i have 15" TSW's with 195/65 tyres and the standard Si box. I reckon 0-60 is around the 6-7s mark though I have not accurately measured it and top speed is around 125 with this combination. One thing I would like to have is a lower ratio on the top gear as the car revs too highly at around 90. This woud also up the Top Speed slightly


what does your car weigh? and waht would a standard fiesta weigh?
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Postby paulbaker on Fri Nov 14, 2003 9:40 am

Swanick wrote:
paulbaker wrote:
SantaHul wrote:After you've done all this, what kind of figures can you expect?
0-60? Top speed?


Adrian is right but FYI i have 15" TSW's with 195/65 tyres and the standard Si box. I reckon 0-60 is around the 6-7s mark though I have not accurately measured it and top speed is around 125 with this combination. One thing I would like to have is a lower ratio on the top gear as the car revs too highly at around 90. This woud also up the Top Speed slightly


what does your car weigh? and waht would a standard fiesta weigh?


I also agree if anyone happens to now what box would help this, ie similar ratios 1-4 but a lower ratio (or is it higher??) to give a higher top speed along with lower cruising revs would be nice to know.
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Postby MaXsteri on Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:15 am

SantaHul wrote:Can it be a series 1 or 2 zetec or does it have to be a series 1 like the si already has in

Doesnt matter, either or.

FYI the later SI's have Series 2's. All good
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Postby Project on Sun Nov 16, 2003 12:45 pm

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Postby SantaHul on Sun Nov 16, 2003 12:48 pm

MaXsteri wrote:FYI the later SI's have Series 2's. All good

they do? :oooh:
sh!t, i woulda looked out for one of them if i'd known
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Postby MaXsteri on Sun Nov 16, 2003 4:58 pm

Why? makes no difference when your gonna replace the engine anyway
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Postby SantaHul on Sun Nov 16, 2003 5:08 pm

MaXsteri wrote:Why? makes no difference when your gonna replace the engine anyway


...as long as i can find the money, and it wont be for ages either

anywayz, wasnt planning on changing the engine when i bought it
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Postby Daniel on Fri Nov 21, 2003 2:22 pm

Would it be just as easy to fir a 2.0l into a 1.6S ?
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Postby MaXsteri on Fri Nov 21, 2003 11:51 pm

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Postby Daniel on Sat Nov 22, 2003 11:35 pm

What extra would have to be done then?
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Postby Maff Si on Sun Nov 23, 2003 9:15 pm

Quite a lot more work involved

Engine mount holes need re-drilling, you will need a new loom or your existing one will need patching, rad and exhaust will need replacing too plus other stuff :rolleyes:

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Postby mattssi on Mon Dec 01, 2003 7:40 pm

Wot sort of price would u be lookin at at to turbo a 2ltr ?
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Postby paulbaker on Tue Dec 02, 2003 9:42 am

mattssi wrote:Wot sort of price would u be lookin at at to turbo a 2ltr ?


Looked at this myself reckon that as a min you are looking at around 3 Grand minimum
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Postby dodger522 on Sun Dec 21, 2003 11:59 pm

wikid post think i will have 2 add this conversion 2 the "i need this much$$$ 4 my car" as i still cant find a desent 3 door 1.6si ther all 1.4 4doors :oops:
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Postby dodger522 on Sun Dec 21, 2003 11:59 pm

wikid post think i will have 2 add this conversion 2 the "i need this much$$$ 4 my car" as i still cant find a desent 3 door 1.6si ther all 1.4 4doors :oops:
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Postby dodger522 on Sun Dec 21, 2003 11:59 pm

wikid post think i will have 2 add this conversion 2 the "i need this much$$$ 4 my car" as i still cant find a desent 3 door 1.6si ther all 1.4 4doors :oops:
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Postby StreetDragster on Sun Apr 11, 2004 11:01 pm

Throttle Body

The 1.6 Throttle body is way too small so you have to use the Mondeo throttle body which happily bolts on to the 1.6 inlet manifold. You do however have to swap over the throttle linkage and the cable retaining plate from the Fiesta Throttle Body. I was told this is a straight swap but in my case this was only partially true as I found I had to cut/file lumps off the cable retaining plate and also found I had to file out the main throttle linkage bore as the Fiesta one is too small for the Mondeo spigot. I think I could just have swapped the spigots over but just could not undo them.


Just a bit more detail to add here, i carried out this section on a mondeo throttle body today to use on my 2000cc Zetec Turbo, the spigots cannot be swapped over, the 1800 throttle bodies spigot has a smaller diameter threaded section than the mondeos. I also filed out the plastic main throttle linkage bore to fit the mondeo spigot. I also found that the cable retaining plate took alot of work to adjust to fit, and i cannot get the lower bolt in a hole on the plate, at the moment it simply grips the plate around the edge like a clamp using the torx head screw and a large washer.

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Postby ~Tony~ on Wed Apr 21, 2004 2:40 pm

what exactly would i need to change to drop a focus 2l into my 1.6 XR2i?
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Postby paulbaker on Wed Apr 21, 2004 2:52 pm

XR2iTony wrote:what exactly would i need to change to drop a focus 2l into my 1.6 XR2i?


Assuming it is a Zetec based one just what I have put in my guide. If it's a CVH based one then it is a deal harder as you will have to also change the loom
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Postby adz on Thu Nov 04, 2004 11:16 am

one problem, insuring it :bonkers: lol, im only 17 so im not going to be doing anything like this for a good few years. how old are you and who are you insured with if u dont mind me asking?

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Postby mrviper on Sun Nov 21, 2004 3:57 pm

is there any way at all to get around changing the oil pump ?
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