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2.0l pinto engine tuning around Durham?

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Hi all, I have a 2.0l pinto engine in my Robin Hood. I’ve fitted an r30 can, it had an r32 cam in before. I need to get it re tuned, it’s running twin 45s. Because it was tuned up to the old cam it’s running like a bag of spanners. Does anyone know of anyone around the Durham area that can tune it for me? I want to get it running right before I respray it ready for the good weather. 

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Hi,  sorry to say this but twin 45's a just too big for a 2ltr Pinto, if anything they will reduce power--have a search on the forums for twin 45's you will find lots of useful advice, there are not many firms in the North East I would trust to tune them for you, I would recommend Bogg Brothers at Malton always found them very good.Look forward to seeing you out and about once the weather improves. Alan

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Cheers Alan, I was always under the understanding that 45’s where the way to go? It had them on when I bought it. What would you recommend. Bogg brothers did my other car but as it’s not running right Malton is a long way from sedgefield. Yes hope to see you around. 
Luke 

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Are we talking fr32 and fr30, or rl32 and rl30? There is a significant difference in the advice that will follow depending in which it is.

what is the rest of the spec of the engine? Or is standard other than cam and carbs?

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