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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
Location: Sandbox
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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

P38 airbox lid fits the td5 lid perfectly, added bonus is my maf tube is now 78mm vs 68mm and the lid mouth is 80mm as well instead of 72mm like the stock.

I am testin larger water meth nozzles, i grew from 4.5gph to now 7gph injection, and she is able to take more. I am goin to try 9gph, which in theory is enough for a 300hp engine at 26+ psi.

I am still lovin this new gearbox, i may even drop the tc from my mow 1.1 to a 1.0 but i feel this will take more than it gives.

I have a spare tc to try it, so why not.

In other news, my ears ring too much after a short drive. I have the sound proofin, added boom mat and carpet and its imperative i fix this as i would like to do a few hr drive without needin noise cancelling headphones like in helicopters...

Though that would be pretty cool... Can't leave well enough alone

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Naf



Member Since: 07 Dec 2016
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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

Got my big gal up to 160kph at 3000rpm, then the radiator gave up.

I put in an order for a new Allisport rad, and i also ordered their stealth intake tube for the defender.

I had my WMI at 8gph, and my egt lowered from over 1400F to 1200F. I felt better with that, but the controller needs to be adjusted to its not excessively dumpin when the engine is tryin to breath.

I have a large list of other consumables to get, like the G13 antifreeze, and my DEI radiator relief. Its my cheat to keep the temps under the bonnet under control. and i will give the gearbox oil and look over and make sure the quality and levels are fine.

I have put in an order for lizard skin to coat the gearbox tunnel cover as well as other parts above the drivetrain, the heat from the exhaust an noises are givin me a headache above 100kph.

I may swap the maf one more time for the tdci version, as i can run a larger tube and benefit from more air gettin to the turbo.

Will revert my findings once they are apparent Can't leave well enough alone

Post #829633 7th May 2020 10:21am
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JOW240725



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United Kingdom 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Orkney Grey

I have to admit I don't fully understand what all this means but it makes for fascinating reading! Thanks for keeping us updated. Thumbs Up James
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Post #829672 7th May 2020 2:15pm
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Naf



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Kuwait 2000 Defender 130 Td5 HCPU Nato Green No Canopy

Sorry, what verbage do you have difficulty understanding?

WMI, Water Methanol Injection
GPH Gallons Per Hour

All the MAF mm sizes are ID, so the larger the ID the more air is able to pass. I am hoping the Allisport intake tube will show positive results.

I went all out on the performance, pullin all the stops. I want the most out of my ride so it feels and pulls like a V8, with most of the amenities, like Aircon, and a peaceful quiet ride. We are gettin there, slowly...

The WMI helps do two things, good the exhaust gas temperature (EGT), and keep the Intake air temperature (IAT) down. More dense air means more power and lower EGTs mean Jose can run a crazy tune and my pistons dont melt.

Added benefit of WMI is cleaner internals for the water helps clean all the carbon.

I use Snow performance WMI controller. I use the Maf 0-5v as a reference for the primary nozzle injection. and i use the boost reference for the power nozzle or second nozzle. I have the ability to control two deliveries of water methanol mix.

30-45 days is my estimated time frame to get all the parts and installed on my ride.

Will post videos of my progress with pictures as well. Can't leave well enough alone

Post #829680 7th May 2020 2:39pm
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ashtrans



Member Since: 08 Nov 2008
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United Kingdom 

Hi Naf,

great to see you are enjoying the 1.100 gears in the transfer case,

this is just the type of application we made them for Dave

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