HZJ73 and a York aircompressor

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  1. Rvl

    Rvl

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    Anyone put a York into a HZJ73 or a onto a 1HZ engine?
    Any mounts that bolton?
    Any kits ?

    Pulled off all the AC on my truck and want to put an aircompressor on
     
  2. denis

    denis (O) toyota nut (O) SILVER Star

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    you can turn your existing AC compressor into an air compressor. From what I gathered so far, a sanden compressor is pretty easy to deal with, a denso is a bit trickier with oiling issues bur both seem to have been done before. A friend is buildling a setup on his KZJ with a denso stocker. I can post the results if you want. :grinpimp:
     
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    Yes please , I am definitely interested in photos
     
  4. Greg_B

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    There is a 60 SOA and built quite nice driving around these parts, and they are using a LC AC pump for their air pump. I do not recall the exact specifics, however I recall him saying he had got it quite hot a few times, and it just kept on working after it cooled down.

    From my limited knowledge in this area it seems the self oiled York is the way to go, however they were making the stock one work...

    They might have had an oiler inline for the LC AC pump...but not sure...

    Maybe they will be at LC days and I can investigate further and see if it is still alive.

    gb
     
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