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Identify CT26 Turbochargers for Toyota Land Cruiser 80 & 100 series

Saturday, 8 September 2018 12:06:57 pm Australia/Sydney

Landcruiser 80 series 1hd-t 4.2L billet turbo

Identify CT26 Turbochargers for Toyota Land Cruiser 80 & 100 series

Most turbocharger part numbers are usually found on a plate or tag located on the compressor side of the turbo. CT26 Turbochargers for Toyota Land Cruiser do not have this OEM Number located here. There is usually the casting identifier (CT26 only) visible cast into the compressor shell.
The CT26 shell is used on a number of different turbo configurations, so it is not accurate to use CT26 to determine the correct unit for your vehicle.

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Nissan GU Patrol RD28 Information and Billet Turbo

Saturday, 8 September 2018 11:11:56 am Australia/Sydney

Nissan Patro RD28 billet turbo

Nissan GU Patrol RD28 Information and Billet Turbo

The Nissan Patrol GU Turbocharged RD28 2.8L has copped a lot of criticism as being a slug. Its engine is low on torque and does suffer turbo lag due to the small size of the motor compared to the body. Like the ZD30 GU Patrol, it also doesn’t like high boost (but doesn’t suffer the same over boosting issues as the ZD30).
It also doesn’t like running hot.
On the positive side, the RD28 it does rev high, so is best driven in a higher rev range, as long as you don’t thrash it.

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Nissan Navara D22 Turbo Charger Information & Identification

Saturday, 8 September 2018 10:18:19 am Australia/Sydney

Nissan Navara zd30 turbo

Nissan Navara D22 Turbo Charger Information & Identification

The Nissan Navara D22 made was debut in the early 2000’s, packing a non-intercooled ZD30 Turbocharged Engine, the Nissan Navara kept this shape till late 2014 because of its good name as a workhorse.

But Nissan made one small change, The engine, we saw the ZD30 shrink downs to an intercooled 2.5L YD25, With a completely different turbocharger.

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Nissan GQ & GU Patrol TD42 Turbo Charger and Engine

Thursday, 6 September 2018 12:24:53 pm Australia/Sydney

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Nissan GQ & GU Patrol TD42  Turbo Charger and Engine 

Nissan GQ Patrol TD42

The TD42 silver top came out in 1988 in GQ Patrols, naturally aspirated making 85KW and 260NM she was no powerhouse, but due to Nissan's over engineering this engine was perfect for boost, thick rods and heavy pistons saw this engine have turbochargers fitted through the 90’s and still going strong today will many pushing well over 500,000kms.

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How to help Your Nissan Patrol ZD30 Turbo Engine?

Friday, 24 August 2018 2:10:10 pm Australia/Sydney

Nissan Patrol zd30 turbo

How to help Your Nissan Patrol ZD30 Turbo Engine?

If you own a Y61 GU NISSAN PATROL with a ZD30 3.0L  turbo diesel engine, these are invaluable tips to help you increase the life expectancy of your ZD30 engine.

The ZD30 engine has suffered a poor reputation for premature failures including melting/cracking pistons and over boosting, largely due to some common issues. These Patrol ZD30 engines run a variable vain turbocharger with boost controlled by the ECU, and to meet stringent European emission standards run an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system. Running fairly high boost levels from factory causes the ZD30 to be a heavy breathing engine and oil vapour is forced into the inlet tract contaminating the Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF), working its way through the intercooler and into the inlet manifold. The EGR system can turn this oil vapour into a thick tar-like consistency, blocking inlet runners, which in turn can lead to some cylinders running rich and some lean, resulting in melted pistons.

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Landcruiser VDJ200 Series Turbo Problems, Solutions and Replacement

Saturday, 18 August 2018 10:55:04 am Australia/Sydney

LANDCRUISER 200 SERIES turbo

Landcruiser VDJ200 Series Turbo Problems and Solutions 

There is some information about the problems owners have had with the landcruiser  200 series turbos relating excess oil use. Some of this appeared to relate to faulty oil system vacuum pumps and problems with the oil strainer blocking with sludge. Others believed excess oil consumption related to a problem with the seals in the IHI turbo chargers and actually had the turbocharger seals replaced.

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Nissan Navara/Pathfinder D40 VIN And Turbo Charger Information

Thursday, 5 April 2018 10:56:16 am Australia/Sydney

Nissan Navara D40 turbo 4-bolts

Nissan Navara / Pathfinder D40 VIN and Turbo Charger Information

The Nissan Navara / Pathfinder D40 was produced in both Thailand & Spain, both very similar vehicles with minor differences, and turbochargers being one of them.

It has been said that the two Nissan Navara / Pathfinder D40 models have a 3 bolt turbocharger from Thailand and a 4 bolt turbocharger from Spain, now this can be somewhat true but not 100% correct.

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hilux 1kd turbo with electronic actuator

2005-07 Toyota Hilux/Prado With 1kd-Ftv Engine: Injector Seal Failure

Initially, The 1KD-FT Enigne Had Copper Seats At The Base Of The Common Rail Injector To Provide A Seal Against The Combustion Chamber. These Seats, However, Can Fail And Cause The Following Problems:

Blow-By Gases Enter The Tappet Cover And Mix With The Engine Oil - This Bakes And Carbonises The Engine Oil;

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Why does oil starvation damage turbos?

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 2:36:24 pm Australia/Sydney

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Why does oil starvation damage turbos?

• Low engine oil level in the sump. 
• A bent or kinked oil feed pipe. 
• Carbon deposits (coking) in the oil feed pipe. 
• Blockage caused by applying silicone to the oil inlet gasket. 
• Incorrect oil inlet gasket restricting oil supply. 
• A blocked, damaged or poor quality oil filter. 
• Worn oil pump.
• Failure to prime the replacement turbo with oil during fitting

•The engine not being used for long periods, particularly in cold weather.    

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CCT TURBO 12 MONTHS MANUFACTURER WARRANTY GUIDE

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 11:07:50 am Australia/Sydney

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All Speedup Autoparts turbochargers carry a 12 months warranty from the date of supply provided that the turbo has been fitted and serviced in accordance with the vehicle manufacturers and fitting instructions, we do not regard any warranty period above 12 months to be of benefit to our customers. Turbochargers incorrectly built will fail long before 12 months from fitting.

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