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Old 04-26-2014, 03:24 PM   #41 (permalink)
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There are many all-mechanical Diesels you can eventually use, but they'll have to be pre-'95. At least, since yours is a '91, probably it's going to be easier to do the swap with an all-mechanical engine while remaining emissions-compliant.

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Old 04-27-2014, 07:23 PM   #42 (permalink)
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congratulations.
I wish to see a dyno graph of your setup in order to compare with Toyota HDJ turbodiesel engines sold in Europe.
Twin turbo diesel is the way to go in performance and fuel economy for european automakers recently as found in some mercedes car and van engines or volkswagen group hot hatchback and truck, vans engines.

very interesting
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Old 05-01-2014, 04:11 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I wouldn't doubt a 4-cyl 3.9L turbodiesel with direct injection to outperform and deliver a higher fuel-efficiency than the Toyota H-series engines.
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Old 05-01-2014, 05:33 PM   #45 (permalink)
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I found this from the stock setup of the fuso engine 4d34-3at3b

so we'd be able to compare with toyota and from stock.

and in europe they used to have the Toyota HD engines 4.2L turbodiesel. going from 121 to 151 kW, 380 Nm to 430 Nm
Toyota HD engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i think H series engines were used in older vehicles.
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Perhaps you explained this already, but why don't you keep a fuel log here for this vehicle?
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hdj81 diesel owner here, nice job you've done there. Loving the compound set up.

I was thinking of converting the IHD-T to common rail using BMW e39 parts
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better late than never

I've been bouncing around on this conversion with a 6bt
I think your alto more eco friendly as I had a 5 truck fleet of these miso's in the early 2000's
Very reliable
Do you still have the DJ
Would you consider building one for me ?
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Just as an FYI, the 80 Series Landcruisers are now starting to become 25 years old, and are showing up imported into the USA. You could probably buy a factory diesel cruiser now cheaper than you could could pay someone else to do a custom conversion for you. Look on IH8Mud.
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Zombie thread, guys. OP hasn't posted in nearly 4 years.

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