Hilux and 4Runner Info

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Unread post by yamaha__308 » August 10th, 2007, 11:25 am

hey A1mech
great post about the rear diff removal.
I changed the diff centre in my hilux after reading your post. No worries at all!!

cheers

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Unread post by Hilux90 » November 24th, 2007, 8:46 am

Hey would any1 know what my front diff is? its a 1990 D/C Hilux with original front diff just wanna know if its a D44 or D60 or whatever they are. Maybe its listed somewhere but where? Thnx
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Unread post by A1 Mech » November 25th, 2007, 9:12 pm

D44-D60? If its a 1990 D/C 2.8D with the G52 gearbox (LN130) then your diffs wud be both 8" crown wheels in the 4.33 ratio. If its a 22R (2.4 petrol) then ther most likely 8" centres 4.88 ratio.
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How to install a turbo on a 2.8 (3L) Diesel hilux

Unread post by ChunkyCharcoal » January 29th, 2008, 4:38 pm

Excellent write up from an AUSSIE! HERE

His site can be viewed HERE

This guy is a real brainiac:thumb:





Click HERE for another writeup from the guys at 4Wheeling.ca - Off Road Junkies! - Home

Good pics and tech but is American.

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Unread post by kjparker » January 31st, 2008, 10:41 am

is it just me, or are all the links in the first post broken?

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Unread post by boof » January 31st, 2008, 11:07 am

Yeh they dont appear to be working I will fix them when I have the time.
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Unread post by beefboss » January 31st, 2008, 11:41 am

any links or info on Automatic Diff Disconect

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Unread post by FTX-RUNNER » February 29th, 2008, 4:15 pm

links still not workin:(
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Unread post by BLUX » March 8th, 2008, 8:05 am

FTX-RUNNER wrote:links still not workin:(

All links are now working perfect.. :thumb:

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Unread post by duza » March 28th, 2008, 11:31 am

This is my thread detailing how to adapt a Celsior Auto to a Surf or 4Runner Auto transfer case when doing a 1UZ conversion and should clear up most issues people have when considering going auto.

http://www.4wdmonthly.com.au/forum/show ... post693678
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Unread post by speedwagon » April 10th, 2008, 3:17 pm

FTX-RUNNER wrote:links still not workin:(
probs with links again.

is there a reason for this
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Unread post by Cyber » May 27th, 2008, 4:26 pm

Can We please have this Thread Updated?

Most links are Dead

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Unread post by boof » May 27th, 2008, 4:28 pm

The problem with the links is forum related, when its sorted I will find the time to update it.
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Unread post by A1 Mech » June 15th, 2008, 8:36 pm

Well we fitted a turbo to a mates lux on the weekend so I thought Id do a semi detailed write up about it to second the other one on here.

Items required:
Turbo/manifold
exhaust gasket/goo
3m of heater hose
1/2m larger fuel hose, 1.2m small fuel hose
plastic/brass barbed T fittings
Hose clamps in various sizes
assortment of tools/rough knowledge of vehicle.

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remove old manifold and exhaust

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This is wat we start with a completely rebuilt oil/water cooled roller bearing garret, the manifold turned out to be off an ancient L diesel (2.2D) so had to be backyard modified to fit (seems sealed ok after testing but time will tell).

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This is the little L head, far smaller then the 2-3L.

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U can c here where our problems wer, the ports wer perfect but the holes wer about 3mm or so out. enlarged them with the diegrinder till the bolts cud clamp down, plenty of hightemp sealant used.

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[align=center][size=134][color=red][b][u]Gen2 turbo 4Runner[/u][/b][/color][/size][/align]
[align=center]3" SAS TG kits FnR, FnR ARB's, R150F, 23spline duals with 4.7's, 30s Longs, 33" MTZs road, 36x13.5 Iroks play, fullbarwork....etc.[/align]
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Unread post by A1 Mech » June 15th, 2008, 8:38 pm

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manifold finally on, not happy with how dodgy it looks but it seals fine.

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about $100 of hoses and fittings to get oil and water to the turbo.

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U hav to tap into the alternators feed and return oil lines, the feed is the high pressure smaller hose and the thicker one the return, we used Brass T pieces and came straight from these lines to the turbo. Ther is roughly 40psi on the high pressure line so use proper fuel hose and decent clamps.

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[align=center][size=134][color=red][b][u]Gen2 turbo 4Runner[/u][/b][/color][/size][/align]
[align=center]3" SAS TG kits FnR, FnR ARB's, R150F, 23spline duals with 4.7's, 30s Longs, 33" MTZs road, 36x13.5 Iroks play, fullbarwork....etc.[/align]
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