Engine temp has def dropped about 5'C since cooler install today. If the in rad cooler cracks the coolant flows in the hose round and round, no worries. My water temp gauge stays at about 75-78'C on normal road driving on a cool day. Good to hear about this project. I believe that diesel toys only uses half cuts for their conversions so they come with a slightly different A340 transmission.
While you are there, getting it checked and rodded out is a good idea too. The one that comes behind the Diesel engine has different shift points programmed into it I believe. But on the way home from beach yesterday the lights started doing more crazy stuff. I don't understand how it'd still be running hot. Hello guys, Im new here. About 15% of these are engine assembly, 4% are machinery engine parts, and 1% are machinery engines. My old boss had room issues on a 32 Ford coupe so just made a loop of tubing under the chassis with no cooler.
Plenty of links in here just need to search the forum. The cylinder bores were plateau honed for more efficient piston ring sealing. Have you been able to put much thought into the custom intake yet? Yes I did have to get a bell housing for the transmission. This is because the vnt control is perhaps more important than the vnt turbo itself. The up side is that you can still get them brand new from Toyota. Will check back tonight after work, cheers.
Sorry about that, I got distracted. So, is the best thing to do simply look for a manual 3L diesel surf radiator and fit an external trans cooler? Let me offer option 4 - cold start injector. Plenty of links in here just need to search the forum. If you decide to go auto they come with an a343f from the factory which has taller ratios than than the a340f The 2. If the cylinder head has cracked, the turbocharger is susceptible to overheating — this may cause excessive movement of the shaft and allow the blades to hit the housing. But they get a lot of air too.
Check out the diesel swap child board on here, it has lots of good info. There are 332 toyota 1kz-te engine suppliers, mainly located in Asia. I want to know is there a remedy to control this blow by and bring the power back of my engine. Dont forget numerous race cars use engine oil coolers around that size and they get stinking hot. Could this be the issue? I asked them about what transmissions they use behind the 1kz engine when doing a swap. Had a look on trademe and there's a load on there. Any and all gray market Toyota parts are available from The contact person you want is Dave Stedman stedman japan4x4.
Toyota 1kz-te engine products are most popular in Oceania, South Asia, and Eastern Europe. If you want pull the rad to make sure all the oil is drained. You dont need to swap the radiator. Note: triggered at 110C The manual states if the resistance is too high or too low it will trigger. Attachments From what I can find out it uses resistance to trigger light.
I am planning on sticking with 4. Yea I was thinking the same about the sensor, so, where abouts is the sensor for the trans oil temp? Now that was a tough design job! Someone on here must run a serious winch truck with an auto to advise re this issue? I assume my truck trans would get a lot more of a thrashing off-road than a hotrod trans on the road? Can the problem be: 1-other sensors on fuel pump 2-other sensor 3-relays? It has the engine, engine harness, ecu, and an automatic 2wd transmission. Im really happy with it, have made 285whp on that engine at over 20:1 afrs and 25psi boost! So, is that because the trans works harder on the sand especially in low range which in turn will heat up the engine coolant due to the in-rad cooler? The rad fan draws air through the area anyway. Supposedly the first thing to check is the speedometer whilst driving to ensure it is functioning correctly in the combination meter? Some kits come with foam spacers and a mounting kit. Not just for on-road driving but off-road too? Helipilot did you have to find a diesel bell housing for the r151? I have been doing a lot of research on swapping my 3. Even if working it hard it never gets as hot as open road driving. By the by, if a trans poos itself get a new cooler as the cooler is usually now a swarf container.
Mine will peak at 95 ish and stay there. Parts take about a week to get here. Two hot things dont make a cool thing. If you buy more than one vehicle we can fit 2 small cars in one 20ft container and 3-4 cars in one 40ft container. Shims are available in 17 sizes from 2.
Hi, well long time for no posts at all from me. I like them up high too, our of the way but having said that they are usually tough enough. I have been looking around for custom intakes without much success. The connecting rods are made from lightweight carbon steel and each rod has an internal oil passage which supplied an oil gallery in the piston. And is removing it just a case of just undoing the nut below the plug and taking it out? It had some oil left in the housing and as a check I put my hand in it.
It is recommended that the cylinder head be replaced with a genuine Toyota head since there have been reports of casting faults in non-genuine products. The part is located on the cold air intake, which is found on the intake manifold. Anyone run into this before? But also wanting to suss out whether or not I can run this to me small trans cooler I have on its own without the stupid in-rad one. If it helps the uk 2kd-ftv diesel bellhousing will also fit the r series boxes. Spill Valve resistance checks out at 2 ohm. The cylinder head was mounted on a steel laminate type head gasket and had plastic region tightening bolts to maximise clamping force.