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Default Difference Between The New R56 FJCW Engine & The Old - 16th June 2013, 08:21 AM

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N14 in S is 175 bhp
N18 in S is 184bhp

N14 in JCW is 208
N18 in JCW is 211.
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Default Difference Between The New R56 FJCW Engine & The Old - 16th June 2013, 08:50 AM

The factory tour said the N18 in JCW is a minimum 211 BHP : thumbup!
  
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Default 16th June 2013, 11:26 AM

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The factory tour said the N18 in JCW is a minimum 211 BHP : thumbup!
TBH both had much more BHP than the standard. Theres been loads of threads on here before with claims of 215-225 standard prior to remap.
  
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Default 16th June 2013, 10:23 PM

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I thought the power from the two engines was the same. ???
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N14 in S is 175 bhp
N18 in S is 184bhp

N14 in JCW is 208
N18 in JCW is 211.
Yes bhp slightly more but believe the performance is more or less the same



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Default 17th June 2013, 09:59 AM

The N14 and N18 both share 211bhp as stanadard, the MCS with JCW kit has 208bhp. Although most make more on the dyno.

The GP2 and Countryman JCW are the only MINIs to recieve a small power hike to 218bhp.

Both N14 and N18 FJCW have the rigid intake.

The N18 has a slight variation to it's PCV system but coking will still be an issue.

They both sound like 1960's Sewing machines
  
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Default 17th June 2013, 10:36 AM

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The N14 and N18 both share 211bhp as stanadard, the MCS with JCW kit has 208bhp. Although most make more on the dyno.
This is what I thought, confused now.

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Question 6th February 2014, 07:51 AM

Hi all,

Would a decat off a N14 fit on to a N18 engine?

Just wondering as the Turbo manifild is different isn't it?

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Default Difference Between The New R56 FJCW Engine & The Old - 22nd June 2014, 10:01 PM

Would a 2011 jcw clubby have to old engine then?


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Default 22nd June 2014, 10:38 PM

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Would a 2011 jcw clubby have to old engine then?


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It will have the N14 engine, the N18 was fitted from Sept 2012.


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