Zuffen
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Zuffen

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    1. QC5963420
      QC5963420
      hiya Zuffen

      i wish to swap a pajero 1997 with tiptronic automatic gearbox with a 1uzfe.....

      was wondering if yourself could nudge me in the right direction
    2. Radioactive Sushi
      Radioactive Sushi
      Hi
      I messed up and put my trans question in the alternative fuel section. Can you delete my post?

      Thanks
    3. stump-runner
      stump-runner
      are you able to help? The whole forum is 404 not found error!
    4. Doug68
      Doug68
      Hi Rod,

      Sorry for the slow reply, haven't logged on here in a while.
      Yeah the adapter and flywheel is done, now I need to get the engine running to see what happens when I spin it!

      Doug.
    5. Zuffen
      Zuffen
      Hi,

      Sorry for the delay, I don't check here often enough.

      I wouldn't recomend the swap.

      The engine is a very tight fit but plenty of people have done it.

      No swap parts are available but a simple a adaptor plate can be made to work and use an aftermarket (CRS?) flywheel.

      If you email me your address I'll send you a write up I did on swapping into an early RR, as it may be of use to you.

      Cheers,

      Rod
    6. jcBAM
      jcBAM
      Hi Zuffen, We are seriously considering putting a 1UZ into my 00 Range Rover P38 with ZF. Where can I find bellhousing and necessary parts to mate them? Is it feasible? what are the most challenging parts of this project? Thanks.
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    Birthday:
    Oct 24, 1952 (Age: 64)
    Location:
    Sydney, Australia
    Occupation:
    Retired Insurer
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    Lexus
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    Rod

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