Turbo timer wiring bj42

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by bj42turbo, Apr 20, 2003.

  1. bj42turbo

    bj42turbo

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    I own a 1981 BJ42 with a 3B diesel fitted with an aftermarket AXT turbo. Does any one know how to wire up a turbo timer as have made up one kitform from a electronics store.
    Regards Dazz
     
  2. denis

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    I'd say it depends on what power and info the circuit needs... you could probably work something out with the ignition switch ON & OFF positions. Just cutting the electrical power will not kill the engine with the EDIC system. I think we need to know more about the timer ;)

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    3B :(
    Uncle is coming round for dinner tomorro night in his Toyota Coaster with 3B :)
     
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    Jon, what do you mean exactly ?
    IMO a healthy B is just as good as a 3B in stock form.
    The advantage of the 3B is its turboability for a big power... Still I think a B could be safely turboed if pressure is kept reasonably low... in the low-end grunt style for which these tractor engines were designed...
    I'm going to experiment on both in the future anyway :)

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