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    Citroen GS/Super Ami Flat Four

    Hi, I am nothing to do with any Citroen car club, but I used to participate in some discussions last decade! There has been considerable work/research and practical tuning of all of the Citroen air cooled boxer engines, by engineers and enthusiasts alike. It is important to realise that...
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    Citroen GS/Super Ami Flat Four

    To add further to what was said previously:- I apologise for the rambling nature of this text. It is actually quite hard to think about how to put complex ideas down without winding elaborations. According to records there are only 20 GS's on the road in the UK, so I figured I would put my...
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    Citroen GS/Super Ami Flat Four

    Capacity can be bored out to 1400cc and 1600cc (max). *However* Citroen produced quality engineering. By boring it out you will reduce the integrity of the finned (air cooled engine) cylinders. One highly respected independent Citroen engineer site says the max bore out size will reduce the wall...
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    Citroen GS/Super Ami Flat Four

    Hi Doug, The increase in horsepower , I would say, is marginal with the hydraulic pump removed. I would perhaps say it is negligible. I used to remove the hydraulic pump when I dropped these engines into the Citroen 2CV. The 2CV uses a conventional master cylinder for braking and does...
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    Citroen GS/Super Ami Flat Four

    I am a pilot , and also a Citroen GS owner. Infact I have had Citroen GS's in different countries around the world. I know the engines well from a driving in a car point of view. There have been people in south America whom have also used these engines in aircraft. They use reduction gears...
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