I Yule

I Yule

Diesel Crate Motor

Okay, so I have a kind of strange question. I've always been fond of the idea of performance diesel engines and biodiesel (made from either waste veggy oil or hemp), but trucks are too large, and most diesel car engines are small. It is a fairly common practice to leave a V8 engine into a 350 SBC 240/260/280Z datsun, but I'd be more interested in a V6/V8 diesel car a Z. Are there manufacturers that offer diesel box that could fit under the hood of a car Z? What about transmissions (6-speed manual preferred)? Like I said, weird question. And so today I learned that … I would have to say no. First, a GM. 5 7 diesel DO NOT turn a Corvette transmission. The. 5 7 (a. KA 350) is a gas block Oldsmobile they tried to do on a diesel. A Chevy transmission will bolt to not block Olds. The 350 diesel engines were rubbish anyway because the bottom was not strong enough to handle the increased compression resulting in cracks in the main webs and broken crankshafts. Second, while I agree that diesels are heavier, is not due to greater compression. They are heavier because of the extra material in the casting required to allow the block to handle the increased compression. If I remember correctly, many of these old cars Z comes with 6-cylinder engines online. Although I have no idea what the dimensions of these engines are, it seems possible that a Cummins engine in a Dodge truck might work, since it is also an in-line 6. With the torque produced by a diesel engine, the changes Car of the uni body structure and suspension and transmission that would simply be too probably need to be a realistic exchange. It would be one of a certain class, however.

posted by in Diesel Trucks and have Comment (1)

Diesel Crate Motor

Okay, so I have a kind of strange question. I've always been fond of the idea of performance diesel engines and biodiesel (made from either waste veggy oil or hemp), but trucks are too large, and most diesel car engines are small. It is a fairly common practice to leave a V8 engine into a 350 SBC 240/260/280Z datsun, but I'd be more interested in a V6/V8 diesel car a Z. So, is there any manufactures that offer diesel engines box that could fit under the hood of a Z car? What about transmissions (6-speed manual preferred)? Like I said, weird question. I was so happy to find this – I would have to say no. First, a GM. 5 7 diesel DO NOT turn a Corvette transmission. The. 5 7 (a. KA 350) is a gas block Oldsmobile they tried to do on a diesel. A Chevy transmission will bolt to not block Olds. The 350 diesel engines were rubbish anyway because the bottom was not strong enough to handle the increased compression resulting in cracks in the main webs and broken crankshafts. Second, while I agree that diesels are heavier, is not due to greater compression. They are heavier because of the extra material in the casting required to allow the block to handle the increased compression. If I remember correctly, many of these old cars Z comes with 6-cylinder engines online. Although I have no idea what the dimensions of these engines are, it seems possible that a Cummins engine in a Dodge truck might work, since it is also an in-line 6. With the torque produced by a diesel engine, the changes Car of the uni body structure and suspension and transmission that would simply be too probably need to be a realistic exchange. It would be one of a certain class, however.

posted by in Diesel Trucks and have Comment (1)

Lift Kit

Where can you find aa 2 inches or 4 inches (preferably 4 inches) kit suspension lift and find the larger tires that I can put my 1999 2wd 4dr jacket. And how much would a paint job 2 tone around. After talking with others on the web, I found the answer. INFORMATION ON LIFT TRUCK GAMES Well, you can go to JCwhitney and request a free catalog fo truck. 10714 600 009 232 / c-10614/TID-8014476 And these on ebay too And here is the URL and just put in your model of vehicle, such as lifting or ford kit lift kit chevrolet and click Search

This video shows the features and benefits as well as the brief look at the steps needed to install the ReadyLIFT Off Road Suspension Stage March 5 cm. .

posted by in Truck Suspension and have No Comments