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Old 04-13-2007, 04:36 AM
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toyota twin turbo v8 diesel

hey guys long time no see have you guys got toyota v8 turbo diesels over there hope so they were just released in aussie last month sweet
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Old 04-13-2007, 05:13 AM
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they are 4.5 liters quad cam common rail injection and variable geometry turbos they are in our landcruisers down here the ute gets a single turbo v8 and the wagon gets a twin turbo v8 both are intercooled and both are same v8 engines just different turbo configurations
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Haven't seen one of those yet. Post up some pics and specs if you can.
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It looks awesome, but 11.9 mpg in a vehicle that weighs half as much as a Superduty isn't going to cut it here in the states!

At about 200 hp and 300 lb/ft of torque, it should be a spirited little engine in a Toyota.
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thats no mods or any software mods and the japs traditionally run their diesels very rich so going off the 6 cylinder turbo diesel the old model with a few mods inlet exh and chip increases fuel econ by about 50 to 60 percentand nearly doubles std torque at the rear wheels my educated guess would be nearly double the torque and about 8 to 10 literes per 100 kilometeres
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aswell its not 11.9 mpg its 11.9 liters per 100 kilometers 100 kilometers=60 miles in the old language
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weighs 2100 kg which is way over half of a superduty more like 2 thirds dont even make me convert that to the old language in lbs
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Old 04-13-2007, 06:31 AM
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stay posted about 5 min while i do the conversion on my comp fot the economy figures cheers andrew
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11.9 liters i think is like 10 gallons and yeah 10 gallons if thats the case its 6mpg if my conversion is close

i wont be buyin one
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Umm, just under 20 miles to the gallon, if I remember correctly 3.75 liters in a gallon
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