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Old April 26th, 2016, 04:53 PM
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Pretty sure non of these types of installs (short bellhousing Disco 200TDI or 300TDI) work with LHD.
Serve them right. LHD is so overrated

Anyone know who produces that exhaust snake kit?
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Pretty sure non of these types of installs (short bellhousing Disco 200TDI or 300TDI) work with LHD.
Not true, in fact the reason to use the 300 manifold and turbo on a disco 200 is to clear the steering shaft. The disco 200 turbo fouls the steering shaft if it's LHD. My truck is LHD, disco 200, LT77 with 300 manifold and turbo..
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Serve them right. LHD is so overrated

Anyone know who produces that exhaust snake kit?
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Serve them right. LHD is so overrated Anyone know who produces that exhaust snake kit?
The Steve Parker kit is used when you leave the disco 200 turbo on and it connects to the original 2.5 exhaust system with no mods. Which if you're RHD is the way to go...
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I have a disco 200Tdi in a LHD. No turbo modification. TD5 steering shaft and used the Steve Parker down pipe kit attached the exhaust recommended in the Glencoyne article which I believe was a part 200Tdi, part 300Tdi exhaust. Wasn't a straight bolt on, but was close. Hardest part was clearing the mid chassis crossmember and getting the hangers relocated.
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The Steve Parker kit is used when you leave the disco 200 turbo on and it connects to the original 2.5 exhaust system with no mods. Which if you're RHD is the way to go...
yeah, I've got a 300 turbo/exhaust. I'm assuming a good shop can chop up my downpipe and snake it by the mount.
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Interesting intake routing, everything looks very clean!
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Yeah, the intake situation took a minute. Figured using a few OEM parts would look better than full silicone but it wasn't straight forward. We were going for a factory look even though absolutely nothing fit as it should have.
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Yeah, the intake situation took a minute. Figured using a few OEM parts would look better than full silicone but it wasn't straight forward. We were going for a factory look even though absolutely nothing fit as it should have.
How do you check your oil. Mine took some yoga training. My fingers are still crossed it isn't in the way for my down pipe.
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I retain the disco dipstick and tube when using the 300 manifilds. Otherwise the dipstick is in a bad spot down low
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How do you check your oil. Mine took some yoga training. My fingers are still crossed it isn't in the way for my down pipe.
Just check the floor...Dipstick isn't super easy to get to but it's not horrible.
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