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Old December 10th, 2009, 07:16 PM
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D90/110 Tdi Fan Shroud

Looking for a stock fan shroud for a Tdi 90 or 110. Got one?

Trying the shroud before I change to a electric fan....
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Old December 11th, 2009, 02:10 AM
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300 tdi, 200 tdi disco, and 200 tdi defender are all completely different as in radically. Which are you asking for ?
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300 tdi, 200 tdi disco, and 200 tdi defender are all completely different as in radically. Which are you asking for ?
Doug, looking for one for my frankenfender 110. I mean my Disco 200tdi equipped 110. Oh, I think I have a Range Rover radiator and intercooler too!!!
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Old December 11th, 2009, 10:38 AM
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I do not think that is possible..... Land Rover did not make a shroud for people fitting the wrong engine....
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I do not think that is possible..... Land Rover did not make a shroud for people fitting the wrong engine....
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Old December 11th, 2009, 11:25 AM
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You have fitted an engine from a Discovery to a Defender. The shrouds won't fit..... The Defender engine has the fan in a different location.
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Doesn't matter. I am using the shroud to build a mould or modify to fit.
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Old December 11th, 2009, 11:37 AM
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So what shroud do you want then?? They are all completely different and none will fit.

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Old December 11th, 2009, 11:46 AM
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Looking for a stock fan shroud for a Tdi 90 or 110. Got one?

Trying the shroud before I change to a electric fan....
I have one for sale in the for sale section. Make me an offer and it's yours. I have the fan too.
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Easiest to go electric. John is right, none of the stock shrouds will work for you.

If it were mine, I'd get an X Engineering switch and put it in your lower radiator hose, wire it through a 30amp relay. Also wire a switch on the dash that will enable you to turn it off when wading streams but also a manual over ride to turn it on (2nd 30 amp relay). John already did a write up on a cheap electric fan (think it was a Ford taurus) that fits well.
Justin @ Lucky 8 carries X Engineering products. Their billet radiator plugs are cool too.

http://www.x-eng.co.uk/X-Fan.asp
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Doug, I need a shroud for some of the shapes and as a base. It will be cut up and glassed over. This is a free option I am trying.
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Easiest to go electric. John is right none of the stock shrouds will work for you.

If it were mine, I'd get an X Engineering switch and put it in your lower radiator hose, wire it through a 30amp relay. Also wire a switch on the dash that will enable you to turn it off when wading streams but also a manual over ride to turn it on (2nd 30 amp relay). John already did a write up on a cheap electric fan (think it was a Ford taurus) that fits well.
Justin @ Lucky 8 carries X Engineering products. Their billet radiator plugs are cool too.

http://www.x-eng.co.uk/X-Fan.asp
I just did a swap to a 16in electric. Works fabulous for the water temp but it does for sure limit the ability of the intercooler if you have one in the stock location.

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Doug, I need a shroud for some of the shapes and as a base. It will be cut up and glassed over. This is a free option I am trying.
I still have one....
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Dude,
Jimmy Forehand in Lynchburg Va. had bought a couple of different shrouds trying to do the same thing to his 83 (same engine in his 110).
He may well still have those bits and pieces. 4346108469
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Best to start with the 200 tdi defender shroud. Cut the frame mounts to move the radiator assembley where it needs to go with this shroud.
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I'll say it again as I've posted before. Neil Steinhagen's 110 had a disco 200tdi. It used the defender 200tdi fan shroud mounted upside down. Don't know anything else about the setup but it is something to look into before everyone gets all wound up.
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I'll say it again as I've posted before. Neil Steinhagen's 110 had a disco 200tdi. It used the defender 200tdi fan shroud mounted upside down. Don't know anything else about the setup but it is something to look into before everyone gets all wound up.
Really??? That would put the small intercooler part on the wrong side and would not cover the rad well not provide very good cooling. The stock Defender 200TDI shroud seriously restricts intercooler air flow.
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Seriously, not trying to ruffle any feathers or start any debates about my intentions or fitment for the shroud. Just looking for a 110 200Tdi shroud. I could be wanting to mount it on my hood scoop equipped dog.

If someone has one, please let me know....
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You can sort of see the shroud in this picture, http://members.shaw.ca/red90albums/Engine/100_0336.JPG

The narrow long bit goes over the intercooler. It is not tall enough to cover the rad.

I do have one, but shipping would be stupid.
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yeah I thought about that as I was typing. So I guess I've seen it done but did not look at the particulars. Perhaps it was further modified to work better. Or perhaps not. Dunno. Anyway, thanks for posting the pic, that is helpful

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You can sort of see the shroud in this picture, http://members.shaw.ca/red90albums/Engine/100_0336.JPG

The narrow long bit goes over the intercooler. It is not tall enough to cover the rad.

I do have one, but shipping would be stupid.
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I'll say it again as I've posted before. Neil Steinhagen's 110 had a disco 200tdi. It used the defender 200tdi fan shroud mounted upside down. Don't know anything else about the setup but it is something to look into before everyone gets all wound up.
Good memory. Forgot all about that.
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