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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by TheoM View Post
    Does that include the motor ?
    For that price Im hoping in also includes the car

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by TheoM View Post
    Does that include the motor ?
    Hi, Yes,
    your choice of D4D, or GD6.
    all wired, drive out complete.

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Fray, would the cost be about the same on a Prado 120? And will everything be working including rev counter?
    There is never a right time to do the wrong thing and never a wrong time to do the right thing!

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    I really like that idea, especially a GD6 option.
    how do the speedo and rev counter clusters work. can I keep the original and will it still work?
    also, what happens to the other light indicators, like engine failure, or battery alternator, glow plugs, etx, etc.....obviously the newer engine has more electronics and sensors, and alerting lights. how do i deal with that.

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by Francois Theron View Post
    Fray, would the cost be about the same on a Prado 120? And will everything be working including rev counter?
    Yes and yes

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by WayneMan View Post
    I really like that idea, especially a GD6 option.
    how do the speedo and rev counter clusters work. can I keep the original and will it still work?
    also, what happens to the other light indicators, like engine failure, or battery alternator, glow plugs, etx, etc.....obviously the newer engine has more electronics and sensors, and alerting lights. how do i deal with that.
    This really depends on the vehicle that the setup goes into. We do wire up MIL, Alternator and Oil pressure if the recipient car has the indicator. We don't really worry about the glow plugs, as our climate doesnt demand the use of glow plugs on the modern diesels.

    Major issues will be dealt with by factory limp mode and we do allow for an ODB2 connector, so fault codes can be read by pretty much any code reader should anything go amiss.

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Here’s the next one about to go live:
    2.8GD6 going into a 2006 Hilux

    will post updates as we go along
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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    I'm watching eagerly, maybe I'll do a similar transplant soon.
    please keep us posted on progress and pictures......pictures tell a thousand words.
    Last edited by WayneMan; 2021/02/21 at 09:13 PM.

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Test fit going well,

    slight curve ball has been thrown, (in a good way) stay tuned!
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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    what is the curve ball and how did u fix it

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Aah the curve ball

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by WayneMan View Post
    what is the curve ball and how did u fix it
    we almost got our hands on a 6 speed auto box, but unfortunately that sale fell through.

    This project got delayed as the workshop suddenly got extremely busy and we had to prioritize some projects. Back on track as of today, Engine will be in.

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    man i would have loved a prado 120 with a gd6 engine - imagine

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    What's the progress on this project? Did you ever complete the swop?

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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Quote Originally Posted by Battlestar View Post
    What's the progress on this project? Did you ever complete the swop?
    No no. It is def not canned. Going to see some people in Pta today.

    Maybe some news by tonight.
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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Bump !
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    Default Re: Legend 35 (KZ-TE) with D4D transplant

    Still busy.
    CSIR is going to make me some injector bodies, that will match the dimensions of the electronic injectors. This is not a cut and dry exercise. This is a typical R&D excersize.
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