This is The Bomb ... with Turbo!

SD diesels were widely available in the US in the 1981-86 Datsun/Nissan 720 pickups, and in Canada through '87 in the D21 pickup.

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Post by zen » 13 years ago

removing tb..

another advantage...all traces of blue smoke on hard engine braking(ie going down steep hill in first) has gone..

you need to lose it Galen..
turbo it

(sd33t home turbo set up if anyone is interested..)

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Post by bacho » 13 years ago

Cool, I will try to find one, but none on ebay at the moment. How much galen?
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Post by TooManyIdeas » 13 years ago

I found a web site that had at the very least part numbers for nissan TD IP's http://www.vepump.cn/CZZ.htm I wonder if any would work for a retro fit. Maybe the site sells them too.
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Post by asavage » 13 years ago

I've been to that site in the past, a couple years ago. China, of course. I didn't figure a way to actually buy anything from them. It's all pattern-spares too, where I'd prefer "real" parts. I have a definite bias against Chinese goods.

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Post by TooManyIdeas » 13 years ago

ok but are the bosch part numbers good? and if so which turbo pump would interchange the easiest with the sd22?
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Post by philip » 13 years ago

TooManyIdeas wrote:ok but are the bosch part numbers good? and if so which turbo pump would interchange the easiest with the sd22?
I see this aussie has an SD25 with the Bosch VE injection pump. BIG a/c pump too. I have never read or seen from Nissan an SD22 turbo.

There are 4 lugs allowing Bosch inline injection pumps but only 3 lugs allowing Bosch VE and CAV injection pumps to the cam gear house. There's more stuff.

http://www.turboglide.com.au

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Nissan SD 25 Turbo Kit

Make: Nissan
Model: SD25
Includes Fitting: Yes
Fitting Time(Days): 1
Our Price: $3,400.00
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Post by TooManyIdeas » 13 years ago

I've noticed in my searches that zexel ve pumps have more nissan applications than bosch. I've also noticed that they are the same company. I'm confused over wether the zexel units will fit or not, and from what diesel incarnations SD TD CD LD ect. And will any ve pump work or specificly turbo applications?

In regards to the 3 vs 4 lug of the pumps that isn't too big of a hurtle but what do you mean by "more stuff" Phillip?
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Post by philip » 13 years ago

TooManyIdeas wrote:-snip- In regards to the 3 vs 4 lug of the pumps that isn't too big of a hurtle but what do you mean by "more stuff" Phillip?
Were you to install a VE from an SD23 / SD25, then all the "work" would fine. But you want to match a turbo on an VE that was never fitted to an SD. Do you know enough? I bet this is no "kit" you want.
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Post by TooManyIdeas » 13 years ago

I'm just goin off the info you guys have been laying down. I'm just interested in putting a turbo on the sd the most efficient way possible. If there is a better way than the ve pump I'm all ears... or eyes as it were...reading forums...and stuff :roll:
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Post by Knucklehead » 13 years ago

bacho wrote:Cool, I will try to find one, but none on ebay at the moment. How much galen?
I take it back. I'm not sure that you want it. Bangs into the oil filter for one. Let me fool around a while longer and maybe I'll have a solution.

Meantime, I have put the TB back in front of the turbo like I had it originally. Still experimenting.
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Post by philip » 13 years ago

Hey! I LIKE the copper touch. Steamer Diesel 22

BTW, I don't see the fan hub at the water pulley. :wink:
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Post by zen » 13 years ago

nor an intercooler yet??
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Post by philip » 13 years ago

zen wrote:nor an intercooler yet??
In the previous life ....

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Post by Knucklehead » 13 years ago

philip wrote:BTW, I don't see the fan hub at the water pulley.
I put an electric fan on the front, but haven't had to use it. It's been over 110° lately and no problem. Haven't been pulling hills or idling a lot in traffic, but the needle isn't acting touchy. Can't quite understand why WillyMammoth was having such a problem with his.

BTW, just passed my emissions test. Of 20% (whatever that means) the lil mule scored 0%. Now I can start turning it up.
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Post by zen » 13 years ago

With throttle body in-front of turbo....so you're not worried about pulling oil in from turbo bearings on part throttle???

RE: IP... go see if someone on Scout forum's have an old SD33t IP they wish to sell/donate for experimentation (ie mix and match with your ip???).
turbo it

(sd33t home turbo set up if anyone is interested..)

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