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I have a CS that I've been having restored/fixed for the last few years - new shocks, removal of after-market immobiliser, bodywork repairs and a respray, new I.C.E - but now it's time to look at the engine. It's been suggested that I get a new ECU which will remove the existing "old" tech, including the Carlos Sainz AFM - this will improve economy and performance! It's also been suggested that I look at an "engine refresh" (in addition to the ECU upgrade), which could just be head gasket, hoses, water pump, timing belt, etc, or new shells, rings, etc, or future proof (which is a really significant upgrade) My question therefore is... At what point does my CS stop being a CS...already (I've replaced the stereo for crying out loud)...once I replace the ECU...only after a significant engine refresh...never?
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