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Old 22nd June 2011, 14:25   #61
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I am using the Safari axles. The diff ratio is 4.55:1.
Where did you get the 14B engine from? I could use a supercharger along with it. What do you think?
Allan sourced the engine for me and is doing the work.

I would anyday prefer a supercharger than a turbo so that atleast i get torque from the start. However, i don't know about the reliability of the same.

But won't the crawl with 35" tyres and 4.55:1 ratio get too fast? I know you can't go lower on the ratio since the thickness of the teeth will get narrower and may break due to the power of the vehicle and the weight of the tyres.
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Old 22nd June 2011, 15:28   #62
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I will go with the 4.55 as of now. Depending on the engine and the torque and the power band, I may be forced to change.
Superchargers are available in Chennai and even Toyota 4WD boxes. Do you know if the 14B uses the same gearbox bell housing as the 4Runner or L.Cruiser?
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I will go with the 4.55 as of now. Depending on the engine and the torque and the power band, I may be forced to change.
Superchargers are available in Chennai and even Toyota 4WD boxes. Do you know if the 14B uses the same gearbox bell housing as the 4Runner or L.Cruiser?
Any updates on the current position of this project? Have you finished it yet?
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Old 11th August 2011, 00:31   #64
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As of now only chassis & tyres are ready! Looking at a Hino 4l engine. Since Hino made engines for Toyota can anyone tell me if the W04 or the leyland equivalent (better and newer) W04CTI has a similar bolt pattern to the LC 13BT engines?
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Any help guys? Does anyone know anything about these Hino engines?
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contact Ashley2 , julupani , Transsenger who are active in commercial vehicles section.

they have the needed info for your query's.

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@ jyobeb: hope the below mentioned post helps you regarding the body for your project

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vintag...ml#post2489477 (Rust In Pieces... Pics of Disintegrating Classic & Vintage Cars)
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Thanks for the lead. I hope something will work out.
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Have you made a selection of engine-transmission combo??
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As of now, the Leyland w04ct engine and gearbox and TC combo off the Leyland stallion, unless I get a 14BT in good condition.
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As of now, the Leyland w04ct engine and gearbox and TC combo off the Leyland stallion, unless I get a 14BT in good condition.
14BT??

You mean 4BT??
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Nope! Toyota 14B(as on the DCM Toyota) turbo.
The Cummins 4B is available too but I don't know what transmission to use.
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Ok. But if you are getting one of a DCM Toyota, better make sure its in decent condition, considering those things are really really old now.

From where are you getting a Cummins 4B?? New or used??
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Nope! Toyota 14B(as on the DCM Toyota) turbo.
The Cummins 4B is available too but I don't know what transmission to use.
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Some 4 L , 4 cylinder options

isuzu 4BD1T .. 135 BHP @4500RPM , 33KGM , 330KGS
Cummins 4BT 105BHP@3500RPM , 38KGM , 340KGS
Nissan BD30T 130BHP@3800RPM , 26KGM


How much is the cummins 4bt ? what condition.

What transmission have you planned.
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Where can I get an isuzu 4BD1T or a Nissan BD30T?
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