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Old 30-11-2011, 10:27 PM
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Bit of a long shot, but anybody know if any other nissan INLET manifolds have the same bolt pattern as as the TD42, just a thought as the TD42 and tb42/45 exhausts are purportedly the same.
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Not surr but even if they do cannot see any real gains to be had. they are all pretty average.
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Dont want to fit it, well not straight away, looking for something I can cut up and modify without buying a new one, second hand ones are scarse as hens teeth, new ones, I imagine are made of aerated gold and Mr nissan charges accordingly, [waiting for a price from nizbits],
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Hey mate,

I too was curious about this, as I'm about to put a TD42T into my shorty GQ

I tried looking in the manual, couldn't find anything on the TB42 manifold, only on the TD42
I then did a search on Google, read through the top 10 results, and it does appear that they are interchangeable... Someone aught to be able to tell you with more certainty

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Interesting i wonder if a tb42e manifold would flow ok on a td42 turbo.
Surely someone has looked into it.
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Curiosity got the better of me, so I called up Nissan

GQ Petrol has 2 versions, Carby and EFI

GQ Diesel has 3 versions
Aug/87 - Dec/90
Dec/90 - Oct/91
Oct/91 - April/97

All have different part numbers, suggesting they are not interchangeable? Although that might be on the top part of the manifold, which you'd be cutting off anyways...

after that it's GU Patrols, but I didn't ask about those, sorry guys...
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Check the manifold to head gasket part numbers
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Interesting i wonder if a tb42e manifold would flow ok on a td42 turbo.
Surely someone has looked into it.
You'd think so wouldnt you. It would be funny if they did bolt straight on and work well. I didnt event think to check before building mine.

This thread will give you lots of ideas if you make one.
Show us your intake manifold!
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Check the manifold to head gasket part numbers
that's what the fella at Nissan checked too, those gaskets, all have the same part number (although the first guy I spoke to got that wrong). The top of the inlet manifold is different...

I asked again about the TB42 vs TD42, and no they are not using the same head gasket

come to think of it, I should have asked for a price direct from Nissan, just ringing them now... He's saying I'll be scared of the price...

Ready??? must come in from Japan, approximately 800 bux
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Poured over that thread, and all through OldMavs' posts very informative and helpful, then I thought what about other models. Might call into the local nissan dealer and check inlet manifold gaskets.

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You'd think so wouldnt you. It would be funny if they did bolt straight on and work well. I didnt event think to check before building mine.

This thread will give you lots of ideas if you make one.
Show us your intake manifold!
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If the gasket numbers are all the same, time to hit the used car sales yards and check out a few manifolds. No idea what they ( manifolds) look like, I understand from Mavs posts that long runners will change the torque band because of length. Definately worth investigating though.
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If the gasket numbers are all the same, time to hit the used car sales yards and check out a few manifolds. No idea what they ( manifolds) look like, I understand from Mavs posts that long runners will change the torque band because of length. Definately worth investigating though.
I may have explained myself badly, but only Diesel ones are interchangeable, not petty to diesel

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they are all crap then. the differences between the models would only be where some threads are tapped. They basic casting is the problem.
I've looked at a lot of TD42s and the castings are all the same.
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I have just got a Td42 intake from the wreckers for $65. There was a slight difference between the 2 which probably explains the 2 part numbers. The difference was just the location and positioning of the threaded parts that the negative bond bolts to and the glow plug cable. Made no difference when mounting them.
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thanks guys, obvious everytime they change a bolt hole or thread the part number upgrades, still need to explore the original question though.
Dunno where the headgasket bit came into it, got nothing to do with anything.....seems to be some confusion about INLET MANIFOLD gasket numbers, either all the same or not, doesn't matter about the actual manifolds, petrol or diesel at this stage, although I think it is established that all the diesel 4.2 inlets are the same except for inconsequential crap differences in auxiliary mounting bolt holes and such.

Onwards Miss Tesmacher, onwards ( apologies to Lex Luthor)
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they were looking at manifold to head gaskets in order to determine if the manifold was the same shape and determine whther the manifolds were interchangeable
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Its Ok Mavtroll, I got it, just badly written. already got a price on a inlet manifold, stupid pricing. Mr Nissan must have done all the R&D, decided they got it wrong, said fark it that'll do, its only a shirty old 4.2, who'd want to make that more efficient, and only made 8 of the dam things.
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both working well, the big one is better. both made from 5mm.

going to use custom tb48 one next time, make i/c piping easy.
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Thats about right on the money Rover, I was thinking along the lines of the first pic with the upper section moved to the front and the inlet welded onto the back end of the top tube as a straight in entry from my Ic. Havn't got a spare eh!!
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This is the style inlet manifold I'm using for now.


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