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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Pieter dit gaan nie `n speelding wees nie, hy gaan gebruik word as `n normale voertuig. Sy bak gaan gebruik word vir waarvooor dit bedoel is.
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    [QUOTE=Willied;2701031]Hoeveel krag kan mens deur daai diff sit op 33"-35" voor die tande mekaar kou dink jy?[/QUOTE

    Die imported diff is taai maar ek sal nie rustig slaap met bande groter as 33" en `n v8 wat die twisting doen nie
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Ok as Jello asked I will start costing the build.

    As said I have a complete 302.

    I can get a 5.0l EFI(later version of the 302) for R10600.00
    It have the famous Ford GT40P heads and can be tweaked to 250kw with minor mods.
    I think it is a fair price seeing that a good set of aftermarket aluminium heads will set you back at about R23000.00

    As for modifying heads I can do most of the machining myself.

    Here is an interesting article on how you can mod a 302.

    http://www.hotrod.com/how-to/engine/...-junkyard-302/
    That is a great price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
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    A stroker kit 4.7l for the Lexus is in the region of R80 000.00
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    Christo, what were the cost implications for the reprofiling of the cams and all that ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheoM View Post
    Christo, what were the cost implications for the reprofiling of the cams and all that ?
    R875.00 per cam.
    R3000.00 per head - chiming and fitting cams.
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    R10K for the lot is not bad !
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    Got hold of a W58 gearbox. Hybrid here we come. End product will be a W58, R151 and R154 combination.
    Main reason to suited the power and torque curves of the 302.

    Below comparison in gear ratios and geared speed at 6000rpm
    All calculations done with 32' tyres.

    R151F

    First Gear: 4.313:1 = 44km/h
    Second Gear: 2.330:1 = 69
    Third Gear: 1.436:1 = 98
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1 = 188
    Fifth Gear: 0.838:1 = 227
    Engine RPM @ 120km/h fifth gear = 3200rpm


    W58


    First Gear: 3.285:1 = 57km/h

    Second Gear: 1.894:1 = 100
    Third Gear: 1.275:1 = 147
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1 = 188
    Fifth Gear: 0.753:1 = 251
    Reverse: -3.768:1


    Engine RPM @ 120km/h fifth gear = 2800rpm

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    Christo are those revs not too high for 120km/h ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agteros View Post
    Christo are those revs not too high for 120km/h ?
    My other v8`s are geared to do around 2200rpm at 120km/h.
    Would love to drop the revs a bit more. As there is a possibility that we might go for 35`s and doing diff mods in the future I am going to leave it like that for now.

    It is really hard to find the perfect Toyota ratios to suite the 302.
    This mod seems the only way out.
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    I have searched the web inside out.
    Can someone please help me with the following.

    I know older Hiluxes used the G52 gearbox.

    The W55 and W56 were also used.
    R150F in the KZTE.

    What are the Toyota reference numbers for the newer boxes the newer Hiluxes.
    D4D 5 speed manual
    4.0l 5 speed manual

    Thanks
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    Grips, according to Toyodiy, the 4.0l is the R150 and the D4D is R151
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois Theron View Post
    Grips, according to Toyodiy, the 4.0l is the R150 and the D4D is R151

    R155 = 2WD
    R155F = 4WD



    Manual says R151/R151F R150/R150F ?
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    Dankie almal.
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    As time passes plans change. Think we are going for a Dana 44 diffs.
    Just easier to modify and many more ratios available.


    Like all other projects I just battle to keep things standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    As time passes plans change. Think we are going for a Dana 44 diffs.
    Just easier to modify and many more ratios available.


    Like all other projects I just battle to keep things standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    As time passes plans change. Think we are going for a Dana 44 diffs.
    Just easier to modify and many more ratios available.


    Like all other projects I just battle to keep things standard.
    I want the Toyota diffs, Oom weet hoekom
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    Quote Originally Posted by pblaauw View Post
    i want the toyota diffs, oom weet hoekom ;d
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    To early to start grinders and stuff, busy with the Patrol at the moment.
    I am toying around with builds, gearbox options, torque graphs, cam profiles and all that research going into 4x4 builds.


    I have a 302 that I need to rebuild for the Hilux. There is a complete modified 351W on the engine stand, but that is for the F250.
    So by the look of things I have to build a v8 for the Hilux. Why not upgrade the Ranger and drop the 347 into the Hilux


    Toying with the idea to build a 408 Stroker for the Ranger.


    Hilux with 300KW and 600nm can be fun.
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    Jy gaan die Hilux chassis buig met 300kW

    Wens ek kon net 200kW kry - ag 170kW sal ook reg wees vir my....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agteros View Post
    Jy gaan die Hilux chassis buig met 300kW

    Wens ek kon net 200kW kry - ag 170kW sal ook reg wees vir my....

    Al baie gewonder hoekom iemand nog nie `n 4.0l FJ enjin en auto box in `n Hilux gebou het nie. Dink dit sal `n fantastiese all rounder SFA wees.


    Lyk my die Lexus voorraad is besig om op te droog. Ek weet van 3 Lexus enjins wat onlangs in voertuie gebou is wat opgepak het.
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