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Few mods and upgrades been tested over the next couple weeks, bigger injector pump, front mount kit with a new turbo system. Modified 1HZ crossover to suit high mounts turbo till it gets intercooled. Both halves of the timing case off, all the timing gears out, sump off, oil pick up an supply tubes off.
All just to change out the rear timing cases gasket. Whack's a turbo on a 2H and sends it, pouring oil out from everwhere. Not the most pleasant job to do but it has to be done. Smashing it out at the day job. TD42 T3 high mounts to send out first thing Monday morning.By dsbDecember 27, in Diesel Engine Discussion. Find out about boosting the turbo output a bit, that'll help. That's about all you can do with the Nissan TD Make sure to share the info though please.
You can install an intercooler, boost the turbo output, though I don't really know how it's done. A mate got it fitted in his LandRover Defender and reckons it made a massive difference to his power and fuel economy. Cost about 3 grand AUS though Dieselgas. My diesel is a ford truck so the translation to yours is not my area but The consensus is that it allows too much particulate matter through the filter dirt etc.
I went with another brand that tests better. Do some extensive searching for air intake replacements but I would advise to skip the kn. See if you can find testing results. Diesels are too expensive to risk dirt into the intake. After much reaserch and speaking with local 4x4 stores and both kn dealers and compeditors i have come to this conclusion about dust injestion: the kn filter only becomes a problem with dust when it is washed repeatedly at to close a intervals the cotten degrades and allows is reduced in affectiveness.
Does the new exhaust make that much of a difference? I have been thinking about a motor and trans transplant from a VN to VR commodore but its kinda out of financial reach at the moment. The V6 motor isn't really that smooth but at least has a bit more poke. How noisey is the exhaust without a muffler??? I did that in my old land cruiser - sounded awesome hearing the turbo spooling up!!!
Cheers SW - some good advice there! That's funny - the first thing I thought of when it came to ordinary fuel economy was getting it tuned by a pro and seeing if its running rich etc or not Since then I have been hunting around for someone to look at my timing - no joy so far To be honest, I just love the sound of the turbo and wouldn't like to see it go in place of the V6. I do also love the torque off the line from the diesel motors I think this weekend I will look into my exhaust and cut off the muffler and see what diff it makes in terms of noise, performance and economy.
The misses will hate it but its my rig so she doesn't drive it! My alternator died a week and a bit ago so this Sat will be ripping that out and replacing it with a newbie. Just thought of another question, do you think anyone will have any drawings of the TD27T gearboxes manual and auto and the petrol gearboxes.
Does anyone know what the part numbers are for the different boxes and whether the petrol 2WD boxes will bolt onto the TD27? Quick question, what is the performance adder of putting the elec fuel pump?
Is that to remove the need for the mech pump and the hp to spin it? I have been pondering this since you raised it and seems a little out of the box. I have replaced the rear muffler with a piece of straight pipe and under the advice of another I am running some of that lovely biodiesel from your side of the border from SAFF. I have only driven around 90k's since adding it but the thick black smoke has already pretty much disappeared from the exhaust pipe under heavy acceleration and kick back of the auto.
The air filter, remove that filter and is box, i've put a Land Rover box and air filter with twice the size of the TD27 one.You will find one of the largest ranges of racing and performance turbochargers and intercoolers from 1. Standard and reverse rotation turbo options for symmetrical fitments and a full line of intercooler cores.
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Be apart of SAU Community by signing in or creating an account. Consider joining our newsletter for the latest content updates. Click here to register. Ive noticed a high pitch squeal in my car which wasn't there when I got it. I had my rubber induction pipe and the sound was loud. Changed to aluminium and its still audible but hardly, so I know the aluminium tubing is muffling the sound.
Anyway, the sound is like a seeeeeeeek sound which happens ONLY at rpm and occurs to rpm, depending on throttle position. If I go harder on the throttle when the sound occurs, it stops.
Same as if I ease off slightly. What could it be? I know its a sound coming out of my intake side because the change from rubber to metal induction pipe made a big difference to the sound.
Ive checked for shaft play and there is literally no shaft play. There is no fouling of the comp wheel hitting the comp housing. I cant check the exhaust side though but I doubt it would be as the sound would not have been altered would it after the induction pipe had been changed. The turbo wheel spins very freely by hand. Should I be worried? Should I be hearing any noises from my turbo? Bearings on their way out? It doesn't sound like spool and the boost gauge is barely showing any activity.
It sounds more like a friction type of squeal. Kind of like squealy brakes. If you still get induction sound as normal from the turbo, but also getting this high pitched squeal and no boost, sounds like air is leaking out after the turbo. There are no leaks as its not when its boosting. It can still be in vacuum and it creates the sound.Welcome to SAU Community, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup.
Be apart of SAU Community by signing in or creating an account. Consider joining our newsletter for the latest content updates. Click here to register. It had a 4. It whistled like crazy from the exhaust and sounded really awesome. Why is it that only turbo diesels seem to emitt a turbine whistling sound where as petrol motors do not? Our whistles are usually intake sound or the sound of a surge ported compressor cover eg gtr or t51r.
Is it to do with the fact that diesel motors use considerably smaller turbochargers than their petrol equivalents of the same engine capacity? Someone school me on this as its driving me nuts. The internet isnt much help, mostly I get results linking me to redneck american diesel forums and they are painful to read. Heres my old patrol for anyone who isnt too sure what im on about but ide say you all are anyway.
No idea but my D40 Nav doesn't do it. I also see a lot of Toyota diesels that make like a BOV sound when changing gears In the first video I linked of my old patrol you can feintly here it but its not as loud as some. Its due to the design of the dump pipe. A tight angled restrictive dump pipe on a turbo diesel will create a dose sound. Dont ask me why, but only a diesel will do it. Most commonly associated with the turbo kit that Denco Diesel makes for the patrol.
The dump pipe is a dead 90degree bend. Changing it eliminates the sound, hence how the cause of the noise was deduced. Alot of larger trucks make the sound too, like the standard Cummins N14 motors. Pure turbo diesel porn lol. Its not the sound I am referring too however, I am basically asking why the whistle is audible via the exhaust. By whistle I mean spooling up. The diesel turbo's mentioned are at maximum torque at rpm or less and have either open pipes or large exhausts, im guessing that combo must spin the smaller turbines up really fast in comparison to our petrol engines.
Hmm I'm interested to see how it sounds. Maybe there just happy? I dunno but I'd say these are the main contributors.
Diesels make power and spool turbos at much lower RPM's than Petrols obviously not a rediculous big turbo on a small diesel, you get the idea.Forum Rules. Remember Me? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread: Turbo whistle and blow off valve. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Turbo whistle and blow off valve.
After fitting a new clutch and some mods to my gearbox, I went for a test drive with just a short header pipe on the exhaust, about a metre long 3" pipe. It really exaggerates the whistle of the turbo, and surprisingly, the blow off valve the original one off the truck motor, not one I've fitted because I'm a flog goes off really easily between gears.
So, have a listen Ive been wondering why all my mates 6cyl turbo diesels 1hz ttd42 t 2h t have straight through 3" exhausts and if they flog them along under load then back off they make a loud blow off whistle noise that sounds weird but it sounds like it comes from the exhaust side of things so I'm wondering if it's something to do with manifold pressure and a millisecond of gasses passing through the turbine from full load to nothing I'm not sure as mine does not do that as mine makes other noises Also with that factory relief valve I have not checked but can it be adjusted?
I have 2 laying around one off a sd33t and one of the factory 4bd1t not that I think it is needed but would be funny. Although the previous comments may be crap and it may be to do with the wastegate size,type,position in housing etc etc as I think most of the turbo kits are Schweitzer Also forgot to ask did you have a big smile when "hooning" around the streets? Hi Murray for us uninform is there a reason you need a blow off valve as i thought the waste gate would do this job?
Blow off valves are needed with petrol engines because they have a throttle in the intake system that shuts when you lift your right foot. They serve little purpose on a diesel that has the intake sytem wide open at all times, other than limiting pressure in the inlet manifold most of us don't want that.
Originally Posted by weeds. I know now that a blow off valve is not needed on a diesel, but when I did the original conversion, there was one on the truck crossover pipe, so I thought I better leave it in the system just in case it was important I've learned a lot about my engine since then. I never hear it blow with the full exhaust system on.
Cheers, Murray. My one of those would open around 15psi boost.