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BX Bandit wrote:You English is ace...better than my CZ!!
It`s better than your English mate, never mind your CZ :lol:



Darja, no need to apologise as your messages are understandable. 16V versions of the BX seem to change by the minute price-wise. We have a lot of Peugot owners who buy them for the engine then scrap the rest of the car which is a crying shame.
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Post by mnde »

Hello there Darja. Great to hear from you!

Here is the main opportunity this year for us to meet up with BXClubCZ members:

Eurocitro: 5, 6 May in Utrecht, Holland
http://www.citromobile.nl/

This is a fantastic meet that I've been to 3 times now. Here's a picture of my BX at last year's show:

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Cheers,

Mark.

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Post by Darja »

the meeting depends on how fast will be work finished (on my car).
No I don't have interior and new ECU, which is not completely programmed.


I know that 16v and mi16 is the same engine... but in peugeot aren't just 1.9 mi16, but 2.0 16v with 116kw (and that's more popular, I don't know why, because of cast iron-block of engine). Mi16-the engine-it's more popular to put it into P205. And this is really deadly combination lighweight x 147HP :shock: :shock:

I have one 16v engine preservated in garrage, it costs only 178 EUR with whole car (it was little bit crashed and it was really rusty).

About my english.. heh, I wasn't using this language more that one year.. I am forgetting everything. I must confess, that I can better speak/write in czech :twisted: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Darja »

aaand, guys, do you have an european map on internet? I want to know, how far is "utrech" from Prague :-)

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Post by reanimation »

Hi again (in the correct thread now) a trip abroad with the BX club would rock.
The O/H is sick of hearing about BX's! :( And aparently Xantias are 'Didsbury cars' LOLZ

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Post by Darja »

Do you have many pics of BX than in the "members column"?
I like your "revers" BX :-D Looks great :-)

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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

Hi Darja and welcome to the forum, Nice pictures there, I have 1.9 TD BX but made it myself (no official ones in UK) were any made for CZ?
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Stewart (oily!) wrote:Hi Darja and welcome to the forum, Nice pictures there, I have 1.9 TD BX but made it myself (no official ones in UK) were any made for CZ?
Stewart
I know a few BX, which has 1.9 TD engine from Xantia...

Citroen BX 1.9 TD was made end 93/94, like a few lastest BX. I don't know if it's specialy for some country, for CZ wasn't any special edition I think :-)

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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

Hi Darja, Autoroute thinks the distance from Prague to Utrecht is 868Km, a nice drive in a BX :) For me the journey will be 760Km. We cannot find any BX19TD officially imported into the UK, mine has an engine from a peugeot 405 and costs a lot to insure as a special.
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Stewart (oily!) wrote:Hi Darja, Autoroute thinks the distance from Prague to Utrecht is 868Km, a nice drive in a BX :) We cannot find any BX19TD officially imported into the UK, mine has an engine from a peugeot 405 and costs a lot to insure as a special.
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only 868km? Wow, that's great.. to France-Dornes it was 1600km bleaaaah :P

BX 1.9TD is rare... veeeery :wink:

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Post by tom »

We have for a long time debated the existence of factory BX19 TDs. If you have any firm evidence, Darja, we would be very excited to see it.
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Post by jeremy »

You sure about your 868 km - I know the Euro has caused all sorts of problems but my ancient Route66 (pre-Euro I think) suggests about 900 miles (1439 km)

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Post by Darja »

It looks like turbo Diesel from Xantia, no intercoolet at the top, good torgue, but poor HP...
The type of engine is XUD9TTF
I think that one member has 1.9 TZD turbo... I'll take photo ;-)

http://citroenz.com/BX/variants1.html

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Post by tom »

No intercooler, no turbo. XUD9TTF is definitely a Xantia engine and not a BX (As far as we know).
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Post by Darja »

tom wrote:No intercooler, no turbo. XUD9TTF is definitely a Xantia engine and not a BX (As far as we know).
don't be so sure... http://www.bxclub.cz/profiles/Diesel.html

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I'm not sure about this engine, it's not all on the pics :? And I never saw it, but I'll ask him about copy of technical card and better pic.

I want to share about my beauty BX
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You can think whatever, but it's the most beautiful to me
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jop, and that's me :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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