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  1. And if you do find yourself getting stuck dont keep spinning until its beached as
  2. What pressure were you running when on the sand? Worn out at's at low pressure (around 15psi) work well on sand,
  3. Its easy as if its been legal before, ive got an xr600r im just about to re register after a bit of a tidy up
  4. That xl looks like a nice survivor
  5. LT95 gearbox on tardme, http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1373600944
  6. A 200tdi will bolt in pretty much and is a better engine than the 1kz
  7. Pretty easy to fix the chassis rust. I have a 110 that im dicking around with, have stripped it right down and will get it sandblasted. Tbh if you are wanting a coil sprung chassis it will be easier to buy a 110 or a 90 if you want swb.
  8. Just use 95/98. 10:5:1 isnt that high compression ratio
  9. I quite like the rf, my brother had a 900, went hard for what it was
  10. When I bought my 110 it had an isuzu c230 engine fitted, cleared everything, could be an option if you are wanting another diesel. Also have seen 200tdi engines fitted, they pretty much bolt up, people run them without the turbo as well
  11. I bought another discovery on the weekend and it has a couple of rrc ross styles on it with 7.5r16 tyres, one looks near new cant remember what the other is like
  12. Ive never understood the point of fitting a switch when its less work just to replace the thermo switch. I all ways carried a piece of wire with a male spade terminal crimped on each end. It could be used for the fuel pump relay or thermo switch
  13. Supercharge and turbo the 1.3. 1.8ts and 16vs are a waste of time. If you are going to do an engine swap do a vr6
  14. Sounds like there could be a short in the sensor or wiring. Have you tried the sensor in another car?
  15. Have you checked all wiring back to the ecu with a multimeter? Could be a broken wire somewhere