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Old March 9th, 2014, 10:00 AM
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land rover 110 restoration

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i curently restore very slow my 110 truck cab here some pictures of the project
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Old March 9th, 2014, 10:30 AM
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these are the pictures ...my computer skills and english are terrible
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Old March 9th, 2014, 03:43 PM
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Nice looking truck and welcome . I'm doing a 14CUX conversion on my 110 as well and will watch and see how you mount your computer etc. I have decided to go with a external non in tank fuel pump to run my injection .
Looks like an LT85 hiding in there .
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Old March 10th, 2014, 06:19 AM
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Every time Ive gone down the external pump road I have ended up going back in tank. External pumps seem to be expensive to buy, expensive to regulate and another weal link in the chain. Id never have thought it so but the in tank stock set up has just proven to be (IME) simple, robust and effective.

SAKIS, nice looking V8. A touch of color just wakes them right up. I love the old carb valve covers on the EFI motors. Nice touch.
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Old March 10th, 2014, 06:31 AM
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Please explain the weak link ? Why is a external pump a weak link . Why would you have to regulate it ? If you have the stock regulator . Pumps are cheap to go external easy to change and it's as simple as buying the correct pump to start with . I have also run external pumps on several builds and not had any problems regulating or pump failures .
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Old March 10th, 2014, 07:11 AM
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I have yet to find a pump that was 100% suitable, so probably my fault for not looking far enough and haven't done it (external) in years because I find the in tank pump so effective, and simple…. if indeed you've got it sorted please share.

Problems I've had are that I couldn't find a suitable external pump that had the correct (ish) pressure. The pumps I tried were all lacking something. Some just failed in short order, many had fixed hose clamp fittings (couldn't swap out for a compression / AN or any other fitting)
The stock "regulator" doesn't function well above the intended mid 30's Psi. Regulating the aftermarket pumps available at the time was expensive (as were the HP pumps). They had to be mounted somewhere which lead to another round of pipe fitting as hose clamps in a HP system are not ideal at all. Most of the aftermarket HP pumps I used seemed prone to failure (again Im sure there is something better now) , and designed to be used on a race car or something that gets worked on a lot and didn't see getting submerged in ….well, what ever you like to sink your rover in. When something fails a couple of times and I have to suffer the customer "response", I generally try to avoid the same thing happening again. When the in tank pump fails at least I can blame some one else lol.

Probably its the same reason I don't like electric fans (unless its some sort of race application). Unnecessary complication.
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Old March 10th, 2014, 11:16 AM
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hi guys thanks for the welcome
it is common at grecee to put the ecu under the passenger footwell and i a goin to stick to that since a dont do much water offroad and yes it is lt85 common in greece along with 3.5 carb
there are a lot v8 90/110 RHD most of them truck cabs with hood total original year 88-89 with no rust (sunshine country) i am going to wonder if i could export to usa
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Old November 12th, 2015, 02:45 PM
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Nice work!
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Gorgeous
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That's fantastic

Allisport should be thanking you
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That is some nice polishing work.

What is Morewood?
Is that some kind of Viagra marketing?


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That is some nice polishing work.

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ha ha no it is hand made downhill bikes
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