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Old April 20th, 2010, 09:04 AM
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Whoups, I probably looked at the wrong pic in the LRA thread.
I have a Sanden compressor (OBA not AC but it doesn't change things) under the bonnet...I wonder if the MANN can fit?
Could you measure the overall lenght and diameter of the canister?
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Old April 20th, 2010, 09:10 AM
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Hi Guys! Here in Argentina TGV or 2.8 conversion + TGV are common upgrades. Heres my 2.5 Tdi with TGV conversion and it really adds a lot of fun to the engine. I have an upgraded air filter box and filter (not yet installed on those videos) from a 170HP Nissan diesel pick-up truck and I have an IP from a 2.8 ready to install. Now the original IP is tweaked a little bit. Next mod will be upgraded intercooler but that yes is expensive to get here...







We can get every part to do it here and at a reasonably low price. What I had to fabricate/make was new air intake duct parts, an oil charge hose for new turbo and modify a plug from the oil discharge from turbo to make it fit.

In Spanish this is what Ive done... http://landroverclub.com.ar/viewtopic.php?t=99218

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Wow the boost in that last clip is amazing- never had a tdi do that !
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Old April 20th, 2010, 09:30 AM
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Whoups, I probably looked at the wrong pic in the LRA thread.
I have a Sanden compressor (OBA not AC but it doesn't change things) under the bonnet...I wonder if the MANN can fit?
Could you measure the overall lenght and diameter of the canister?
Yes there is another guys Defender picture on that thread that has a compressor and a different air filter canister, but if you look ok its not mine. I post under nick "defeyago" there also and Im the guy in the funny hat, as some North American falks called it...

Canister length is 41/42cms(about 16/16.5"), diameter is about 22/23cms(about 8.5/9")

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Wow the boost in that last clip is amazing- never had a tdi do that !
Doug, It does more than that now, it almost reaches the "T" on TURBO word on gauges dial...
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Thanks a lot!
Will soon check the available room under the bonnet
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Did anyone ever mention what that blue sensor is on the cylinder head? CHT? Secondary water temp?
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It's about time someone revived this golden oldie. I have a questions for all you Bosch VE IP experts out there. Long story short is that when I bought my Defender the PO had "tuned" (overfueled) the Bosch VE injection pump. Therefore there is no known original position and to make matters worse the eccentric control cone assembly had been disassembled so there is no way to be sure if the dot on the diaphragm washer is at its original, 12 o'clock (maximum fuel) position like it is supposed to be when stock. So here's my question. The tip of the control cone pin has an asymmetrical lip/ledge. Does anyone know if this lip is supposed to face up (12 o'clock) or down (6 o'clock) for maximum fuel position? I've closely followed the instructions for making adjustments to the eccentric control cone but nowhere is mentioned which is its original orientation inside the fuel pump housing. If anyone knows this off hand or have an IP handy, let me know.
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Old February 7th, 2016, 04:58 PM
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Maximum boost enrichment fueling is with the steepest part of the cone facing the front of the engine. If you look in the bottom you will see the pin that controls the boost enrichment. It rides on the cone.
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Old February 7th, 2016, 07:28 PM
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Thanks John. So when you say the steepest part, do you mean that the curved side with the lip or the straight part with no lip is facing the front (facing the stroke limit pin)?

I think I understand but please verify my thinking here. The stroke limit pin is located towards the front of the engine. When the stroke limit pin is pushed in, it restricts the fuel. When it sticks out, it increases fuel. Therefore, when the curved part with the lip is facing the stroke limit pin (front of engine) you have max fuel position because the pin sticks out more (no boost/boost). When the flat part of the cone is facing the pin it is at minimum fuel position because the pin is more pushed in. Is that correct?
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