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Little spin around the yard. Timing set correct this time. Straight through exhaust. No fuel mods on the IP yet. Its a strong rebuilt 300.
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He's saving weight to make up for the power loss from the 300 Tdi install.
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He's saving weight to make up for the power loss from the 300 Tdi install.
The incredible low down torque of the 300 tdi ripped them from their holes.
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Missing somthing? -Jeff
I had that wheel off to fit the exhaust pipe. Just hand tightened it back on. Trust me the whole truck is like that right now with little bolts here and there and missing after surgery
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Haha jason wasn't there. It was either Will (airbornrover) or Jarek. Jarek was driving it and I was filming
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I have a weird thing going on. Driving in 5th hauling ass and I'll pop it into neutral and the engine will cut out. It does this even when I rev the hell out of it... It will stumble, maybe stall or just catch itself.

Doesn't do this at lower revving.

Could this be fuel delivery at idle? The top torx screw on the IP cover?
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I have a weird thing going on. Driving in 5th hauling ass and I'll pop it into neutral and the engine will cut out. It does this even when I rev the hell out of it... It will stumble, maybe stall or just catch itself. Doesn't do this at lower revving. Could this be fuel delivery at idle? The top torx screw on the IP cover?
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only thing I've had cause my engine to cut out is the connector to the IP shutoff solenoid. Check it isn't loose. I squeezed mien down to make it nice and tight. Now it's all better.

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I have a weird thing going on. Driving in 5th hauling ass and I'll pop it into neutral and the engine will cut out. It does this even when I rev the hell out of it... It will stumble, maybe stall or just catch itself.

Doesn't do this at lower revving.

Could this be fuel delivery at idle? The top torx screw on the IP cover?
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Who here is running a 300tdi with a 1.2tc, 3.54 diffs and 33" tires? Do you like the ride and can you pull 70-75 easy on the highway?
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Who here is running a 300tdi with a 1.2tc, 3.54 diffs and 33" tires? Do you like the ride and can you pull 70-75 easy on the highway?
I have a 200tdi like that. There is no problem with pulling 5th gear. The higher gearing is much better for the highway. 75 is easy.

1st can be the problem. It is okay for a 90 but a bit much for a 110.
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Who here is running a 300tdi with a 1.2tc, 3.54 diffs and 33" tires? Do you like the ride and can you pull 70-75 easy on the highway?
I fit that bill now after my conversion....EXCEPT I've got a 1.4tcase. Absolutely no problems at all hitting 70-75, so I'd assume a 1.2tcase would give you an even higher top-end.
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Yeah I have a 1.2 with 4.11s and I'm topping out a bit with 35" tires. Over revving at 70mph but I also upped the fuel.

May go with 1.2/3.54/33" and see how it goes. The overdrive only fits a 1.4tc sooooo that will be up for sale soon!
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Yeah I have a 1.2 with 4.11s and I'm topping out a bit with 35" tires. Over revving at 70mph but I also upped the fuel.

May go with 1.2/3.54/33" and see how it goes. The overdrive only fits a 1.4tc sooooo that will be up for sale soon!
Tell me more about this overdrive?
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Tell me more about this overdrive?
Its a GKN overdrive which is different than the Roverdrive you usually see. I think it's a .72 ratio. It's solenoid driven which has its ups and downs. It fires instantly so no lag between on and off (no clutching or letting off the gas). Only down side I can see is wires but if you wire it correctly and cut out the speed sensor then it's bulletproof. You wire it off a relay and switch... Stupid easy. They had a speed sensor so you cant switch it on before 30mph which is technically true with most overdrives but I'd just skip that because the control box which links it all together is prone to causing problems. Just keep the wiring simple.

Anyways it gives you a split 4/5 gear or a 6th gear. I found out today that the input gear is 26th toothed which is set to a 1.4tc. I put a 1.2q box from a disco2 in and forgot about the 38 tooth gear.

If I can get it to work on a 1.2 ohhhh man.

Devon4x4 now bought out all of GKN's spare parts as they don't make them anymore. RN has one for sale I think
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I have a weird thing going on. Driving in 5th hauling ass and I'll pop it into neutral and the engine will cut out. It does this even when I rev the hell out of it... It will stumble, maybe stall or just catch itself.

Doesn't do this at lower revving.

Could this be fuel delivery at idle? The top torx screw on the IP cover?
Dan it could just be the pump governor that is sticky from being in storage for a long time. VE's will do this. Best thing would be to run some ATF through it and just drive it. It may solve itself. Just add some ATF to every tank, a quart or two should do it.

Like Dave said, it could also be the shutoff solenoid but this sounds like a governor issue. I had all kinds of weird symptoms with a VE pump on my 6BT that were traced back to a gunked up governor. The more miles I put on it, the better it ran.
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