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About JelmerPatrol

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  • Birthday 05/07/1982

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  1. I only have a euro N/A harness so that is not usable. Making a new wiring harness is not a problem but getting all the parts to make it run will be a task I guess. The euro models don't have that much extra stuff on them.
  2. I'm not trying to cut costs. I had Megasquirt on my VG30DET (now sold the engine with ECU) and liked it but it needed small re-tunes after a while or when weather changed a lot. I like the steadyness of a factory ECU, that is why I keep the factory ECU on my VH45DE too. I did mean a Z31 turbo ecu, not an NA.
  3. I plan on building a L28ET for my 1984 Nissan Patrol. Parts that I already have: L28 block P90 turbo head Euro turbo exhaust manifold Flat top pistons RB20DET turbocharger US turbo intake manifold My goal is torque, not so much high Hp numbers Can I run a Z31 ECU and wiring harness on this setup? What about tuning this setup? Which year Z31?
  4. For sale is one LD28 V07 stroker crank in great shape. Pulled from a running engine. Price is $1200 shipped to the USA
  5. I have mine running for a while now. Realy like the instand boost of it. Next year Ill up the boost.
  6. 10W30 is to thin for the old L28. I've ran 10W40 and my stock L28 smoked a bit with that. I've switched to 20W50 and it stopped smoking. These engines aren't made for that thin oil.
  7. Do you have a picture of the custom fuel rail? I have a VG30DET in my 83 Laurel.
  8. The cam is pushed out a little bit, probably during shipping. The marks on the cam towers are normal, they all have that. But since it is a used head you should have it tested before you put it on.
  9. Short and large diameter runner are for HP and small, long runners for torque I believe. These are long and large runners, so best of both worlds? Still, the flange doesn't fit the head..... What If you cut it off behind the flange and weld a EFI flange on it with the injector bosses and port it to match the diesel runners, would this be a good low down torque manifold? I'm asking because I have a L28 in my heavy Nissan Patrol which could use more low down torque. I'm going turbo with it and want as much torque as possible (already have a P90 head, RB20 turbocharger, flat top pi
  10. Here is the LD intake and a L28 carb intake: L28 carb intake has the same flange as a L28 efi intake, I have an EFI intake on my L28 carb engine now.
  11. I have a diesel intake but it has a different flange on the head side than the gasoline intakes. And I've read somewhere that the hood doens't clear the diesel intake in stock form. This one with the added extra 1" will be even higher.
  12. This is the twin plate TB: And a not so good to see picture of how I have the cable hooked up now:
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