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    engine replacement does it worrk to replace a 2.0dti on a mk4 with an 1.9cdti 150hp?

    hello I have an opel astra g(mk4) with a 2.0 dti engine and I was thinking that I can not get more then 126 hp after putting on a tunning chip or remaping it, and also my cluck kit is wreaked, so I said why not get an 1.9cdti 150hp and 200hp an 430Nm after remaping it, but I don't know if it fits on the mk4 beacuse it's a mk5 engine, does any of you guys know, can anybody help me?
    oooh and I forgot to say that I am buying the 1.9cdti 80.000km(50k miles) along with the 6 speed transmision.
    thank you

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    i think it will fit ok but couldnt be sure about the driveshafts, but im sure the astra's are all same spline pattern...... only problem u will have mate is the mk5 is canbus and the mk4 isnt so as far as im aware its whole new wiring but i could be rong hopefully someone will confirm

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