According to toyodiy, for an Oz BJ42 it's:
But indeed they may have updated the number. I'd get them direct from toyota dealer, that's the safest choice. And if you shop with them often enough, you may get a discount like I did.
I'd be very curious about this too. Take it out, drive the same manner en distance, calculate fuel economy again.
Anyway, here's my belief on fuel economy. People who want to improve it, are generally driving in inefficient cars. Old unaerodynamic 4x4s, old gas guzzling full size sedans, etc...
I too think it looks very dodgy, their website:
-Note that there is no clear photo, just a small one.
-And how the testimonials are all written in the same style, all well capitalised, punctuated and no typos.
-Fuel economy improvements: the base/pre-hiclone numbers are unsourced.
This is something I've been wondering about for years: at what rpm does the 2H get its maximum torque.
Does anyone have any official/sourced figures?
The reason I bring it up, is because I myself have seen 3 different values:
-1800rpm (Toyota sales brochure, circa 1987) and (German site...
See my uploaded pic. I think it's the grey one. So next to the air filter housing, right side of the engine bay, as seen from behind the wheel. (but I may be wrong)
Regarding popping out of 5th gear. I've heard it's quite common for the h55f, check the 60 series section. (I have an auto, so no...
This thread again. It's kinda cool, like our own ih8muddian Loch Ness Monster. :)
Look at the various families:
IDI, NA: 2B, 3B, 3BII
DI, NA: 13B
DI, turbo: 13BT
IDI, NA: H, 2H
DI, turbo: 12HT
IDI, NA: 1HZ
DI, turbo: 1HDT
=>there never was a factory combo: IDI/turbo.
I posted on this thread years ago. I can't believe it's still alive.
Anyway, to add something useful:
My HJ60 is a FF, and the part number for the seal is 90310-35001.
A reverse lookup shows it was in use from 1969 till 2006.
Including the Dyna, which may indicate it is not necessarily an...
Why delete the thread?
Images have disappeared for me too. Isn't part of 'tech' to discuss a website that used to have images, that are at times clearer than the FSM? And then discuss options for alternative websites?
Or have we hit the 999,999th thread, and the database can't handle another...
How about the water pump?
My 2H, which I think is technologically very similar and from the same era, runs just fine on the highway, and on hot country nsw summers. The 3B ought to be able to handle the hot weather, in my opinion.
I'd recommend not touching used diesel oil, if you can avoid it, it's pretty nasty stuff for your skin, new45.
I agree: do lots of oil changes. No engine ever complained about that.
@hj60: that's a very clean looking set of rockers, on your engine. Awesome.
What a handsome engine. :)
I always thought it got it's maximum torque at 2000 rpm?
Wikipedia and cruiserfaq both say 2000.
But I saw a sales brochure that said 1800. And then there's the above pic that also says 1800.