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Has anyone converted their petrol pajero to diesel? If so what problems did you find and how did you get around them? Also does anyone know if the 4d56 in the l300 vans is identical to the 4d56 in pajeros????
Thanks mate, we might end up going that way if we can get the rocky for the right price, we were hoping to stick some bigger tyres on so the lower ratios would be quite an advantage! Still would be glad to hear from someone who has tried it before.
The late model challengers are quite capable, a mate of mine has one with factory diff locks? It seems to go anywhere. They should be pretty good as they're a close relative to the Mighty Pajeros!!! ROTFL
Easiest way to fix the gearing would be to stick some 33" tyres on!! Even 31" tyres would help if you were worried about damage to the drive line. SPOA conversion would fit them easy or even some extended shackles. Sucks that you cant get aftermarket springs for the old scats...
My brother has got an old petrol scat (F20V) which he is overhauling. At the moment there is a possibility of getting hold of a rolled diesel rocky (turbo??) and I'm just wondering whether anyone had any information about the swapping the rocky motor into the f20s. The scats did...
Lockers for early pajero
Gday, anyone on here who has personally put a V6 diff (or a later model diff)into a 2.6 or Diesel paj? Would be interested to know how they went and the work involved.
Mitsubishi NG Pajero, 1990
-2.6L Astron motor that won't win any races but it will go anywhere and has more than enough torque for the rough stuff
-narrow wheel track that allows it to fit through all the gaps in the trees the cruisers can't
-LSD that simply leaves the...