I've looked hard for this decal. Non-existent.
Nice find! Calling them tomorrow.
This one is a 1HZ 😁 fuel feed into the top of the injectors and spill in the middle
I found someone in Australia that has an aftermarket version but they have yet to answer my email.If you find out the part number, see if you can order it. I'm guessing the 'factory' 1hz-t uses the stock toyota 1hz setup adapted to merge with the stock toyota 1hdt setup somehow.
I messaged them as well. If you're referring to @FJ73Texas 's link above. They have not replied nor answered the phone.I found someone in Australia that has an aftermarket version but they have yet to answer my email.
There's a bunch of places here that make aftermarket turbo kits for the 1hz motor but I'd never heard of a 'factory' 1hz-t until today. Of course it makes logical sense that one would exist, but not very common in production. Certainly there have never to my knowledge been 'factory' 1hz-t 80's or 75's or coaster buses here. Probably wasn't offered in the Australian market.
A turbo kit here prices around the $4000 range. Most people I speak so there not much sense fitting a turbo kit to a 1hz vehicle with over 300 k km's due to the amount of existing engine wear, but I'm no expert.
The kits seem to be split between using Mitsubishi or Garrett turbos - not sure if any aftermarket turbo kit maker uses the Toyota CT26 turbo (and not being an expert I have no understanding why).
Another IANAE aspect - the injector pumps. I've got no understanding on what if anything needs to be done with a 1hz that has a normal injector pump when fitting an aftermarket turbo kit.
I fitted a turbo on a old DI-Engine which was never meant to have a turbo (Mercedes OM314). There was only one rare modell with a turbo, but the intention was never more power, it was used to reduce the RPM needed to work in a agricultural machine.Another IANAE aspect - the injector pumps. I've got no understanding on what if anything needs to be done with a 1hz that has a normal injector pump when fitting an aftermarket turbo kit.
For comparison, here is a place here in Australia selling re-conditioned 1hz's with turbo kits added on.
Note the price of almost A$15k. It's for reconditioning your own existing 1hz and adding a turbo kit (a MTQ one).
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