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You might need to check the diameter of the spigots where the cylinder rest in the crank. I seem to remember that when you convert from a 2.0 to a 2.2, you need to bore out the spigots to fit the larger cylinders. If this is the case, you might not be able to downsize the cylinders.

You also need to read the rules carefully since they may not allow you to "retrofit" 2.2 heads onto a 2.0 engine since the valves are larger which would be a signficant performance advantage.
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