I have spare pump, but it's dirty and messy(black diesel oil - have to wash it), some day i will try to strip it, maybe in spring time, when it will be warmer. My friend has spare tired engine, so maybe we will sacrifice it in the name of science and and fit it with some holset turbo and pump with bigger plungers.
I'd be interested in one of those for my MK Shorty I have got a spare complete SD33T that I want to put in but I am missing everything to do with the turbo :/ Haha So would this kit cover everything I needed to get it running?
Forgive me on my lack of knowledge but I have really only just started getting stuck into cars and mainly 4x4's since I started my new job as a mechanic at a 4WD workshop
I also might not be able to afford it for a while, even though I work full time being 15 doesn't really grant good pay Haha. Maybe Santa will be nice this year
As far as I know the previous owner before who I bought it from removed the turbo completely before selling so it is just the SD33t engine through to gearbox, that is all I know as I haven't had a chance to get out and have a look at it
I’ve just bought a 1989 model 160, can anyone tell me why mine has square headlights and grill rather than the more common round headlights?
Any advice on locating parts will be greatly appreciated.
I’m new to the forum so go easy.
I’ve recently acquired a Land Rover series 2a with fully swapped in patrol running gear. Engine, 4spd box, axles, brakes etc.
I bought the car as a non running project having sat for years (1.5-2 minimum).
first port of call was to see if the engine...
So the p40 isn't gonna be replaced for a while . Eventually maybe. I was thinking about the polishing the cover. It's painted right now so I will clear it first. What type metal is the engine cover? Anyone else ever did it?
Hey guys it's been a lil while. Still doing some work on project pat. Was talking to a guy with a Nissan medalist . And he was saying that with maybe a lil rework, a RB25 head might work with a P40 block. Can anyone here enlighten me on the possibility