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Old January 24th, 2012, 11:56 AM
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Smile Pictures of my rebuilt 200tdi

Well my engine is about to go in. So i snapped some pics before it gets all dirty!


Just a note to all, I will be putting up a seperate thread about the adventure it was getting this engine. Also for all future peeps doing this work there IS a difference between 200tdi disco and defender bellhousings as spoken about in this thread:

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...di+bellhousing

mine ended up being the wrong one (without the recessed area for the 4 allens at the bottom) So ill be taking off the bellhousing when my new rear main comes in and swapping to the one off my old engine. What a pain!


oh and can you tell i love harbor freight?
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Old January 24th, 2012, 12:02 PM
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looks great! Did you get the cylinders honed, valve job or anything else like that? If so where did you bring it? also like the ceramic coating!
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Old January 24th, 2012, 12:05 PM
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Cyl did not need a hone they were very close to new tolerence with all the cross hatching on there. I got the longblock from landrover import and bolted on the rest. Head was refreshed with new valves, and guides as needed and new seals. Looks great inside.

The exhaust and intake were blasted by me at home then painted with VHT and baked in a kiln.
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Old January 24th, 2012, 01:05 PM
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looks great. glad you got the short block
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Old January 24th, 2012, 01:47 PM
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How old are the oil cooler lines? Looks like a bulge near the injector pump.

-Jeff

They may be original. I did go over them pretty throughly when cleaning out the coolant/oil slush from them, the felt firm with no real irregularties save the beat up fittings.

If i scope these what are the signs of premature failure? Id love to not spend any more cash on this if i dont have to.

Also are the oil cooler lines the same on a 200tdi as they are on the V8s?
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Old January 24th, 2012, 02:02 PM
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The engine paint that matches pretty well is POR-15 engine enamel in Oldsmobile gold.
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Old January 24th, 2012, 02:30 PM
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OK ill recheck them tonight
Thanks for the insight
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Old January 24th, 2012, 08:28 PM
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I just bought a counter sinking bit and recessed the heads of the allen bolts. its been working for 2 years
You are talking about the aluminium piece that attaches to the block itself, right?

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Well my engine is about to go in. So i snapped some pics before it gets all dirty!


Just a note to all, I will be putting up a seperate thread about the adventure it was getting this engine. Also for all future peeps doing this work there IS a difference between 200tdi disco and defender bellhousings as spoken about in this thread:

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...di+bellhousing

mine ended up being the wrong one (without the recessed area for the 4 allens at the bottom) So ill be taking off the bellhousing when my new rear main comes in and swapping to the one off my old engine. What a pain!


oh and can you tell i love harbor freight?
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Old January 25th, 2012, 12:01 AM
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I just bought a counter sinking bit and recessed the heads of the allen bolts. its been working for 2 years
You are talking about the aluminium piece that attaches to the block itself, right?
Yep. In us terms a bellhousing, in British a clutch cover. My problem is I have the correct one and it would ALWAYS bother me if I modified the existing. So I waited this long I canbwait a bit longer. Lol
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Old January 25th, 2012, 02:13 PM
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My oil cooler lines have 200,000+ miles on them.
Watch, they'll split within days & spew oil everywhere.
Very good looking motor.
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Looking good! I'm in the midst of swapping a 200tdi into a 2.5NA exMOD 110 myself, and it appears that we have the same HF cherry picker and blasting cabinets.

With luck I hope to have mine running this weekend!
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Looking good! I'm in the midst of swapping a 200tdi into a 2.5NA exMOD 110 myself, and it appears that we have the same HF cherry picker and blasting cabinets.

With luck I hope to have mine running this weekend!
That's a pretty straightforward swap - should bolt straight in if it's a defender motor, bit trickier if it's a discovery engine.
You've got the intercooler I trust?
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Yes, it really is a piece of cake. At the same time I'm also installing a Disco 1.2 tranfer box to replace the 1.6 military transfer box. I'm really looking forward to completing it and getting it back on the road.
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Looking forward to the rest of the swap. I am looking a couple engines now.
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In every British repair manual or article I've ever read, they are called the Flywheel Housing. Clutch cover is what in the US is called the "Pressure Plate" and is something entirely different.


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Yep. In us terms a bellhousing, in British a clutch cover. My problem is I have the correct one and it would ALWAYS bother me if I modified the existing. So I waited this long I canbwait a bit longer. Lol
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Old January 26th, 2012, 09:20 AM
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In every British repair manual or article I've ever read, they are called the Flywheel Housing. Clutch cover is what in the US is called the "Pressure Plate" and is something entirely different.
yea im not saying this is what they call it in the manual, just what ive seen on the British forums. Still a bellhousing to me. Clutch is flywheel, clutch disc and pressure plate in my book
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Old January 26th, 2012, 09:52 AM
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Bellhousing is the part attached to the gearbox.
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yea im not saying this is what they call it in the manual, just what ive seen on the British forums. Still a bellhousing to me. Clutch is flywheel, clutch disc and pressure plate in my book
The flywheel is the big disc of metal bolted to the crank which in turn has the clutch pressure plate bolted to it.
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Engine looks good.... too nice to be putting horrible oil into!
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Old January 26th, 2012, 10:31 AM
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