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CONROD last won the day on June 25 2020

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    2010 ZR6 Aurion,2007 4.0V6 Dual Cab SR Hilux
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  1. Yeah my cousin is running a 4y / 5 speed in his Ol Stout tray back, on gas, tows a small van all up and down the east coast, dropped straight in, BUT my Little workmate with its injected 2 Litre-1RZe, still has more KW and Torque, actually between the 3y and 4y theres only a bee,s d*ck in power gain, put up a link for you to browse, Cheers Conrod Toyota Y engine - Wikipedia
  2. Mine didnt have them also mate, I,m pretty sure but dont quote me they became standard fitment along with cruise control in the early to mid part of 2017 when they obtained the slight facelift in regards to the front bar, cheers mate
  3. 3 plugs on the side of the transmission, These are detent plugs, inside is a short spring and a ball bearing, easy to check, just undo, be bloody careful not to lose spring or ball, Otherwise buggered syncro ring
  4. A bit more info would be helpful, AND !!!!!!!!!
  5. I don't think its a matter of no one gives a hoot, headers can be found easily on line, and as for the coil it already has an electronic HEI. My little work mate runs the same engine and it runs like a dream, the 1rze engine produces maximum torque at 2800 rpm, I wouldn't go throwing big dollars on it , rather stick a 3rz in it and go from there 1RZ-E[edit] The 1RZ-E is the fuel-injected version of the 1RZ. With a compression ratio of 9.0:1, output is 101–108 hp (75–81 kW; 102–109 PS) at 5,400 rpm with 118–123 lb⋅ft (160–167 N⋅m) of torque at 2,800 rpm. With redline at 5,500 rpm 3RZ-FE[edit] The 3RZ-FE is a 2.7 L (2,693 cc) version. Bore and stroke is 95 mm × 95 mm (3.74 in × 3.74 in). Compression ratio is 9.5:1. Output is 150 hp (112 kW; 152 PS) at 4800 rpm with 177 lb⋅ft (240 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 rpm. This engine features twin, chain-driven balance shafts. It has four valves per cylinder and DOHC. Valve adjustment is by shim over bucket. The 3RZ-FE is an interference engine
  6. Get your phone out and film it, also take note of the outside temp display, that way you can show the service fellas at Toyota
  7. Honestly the 2.8 wouldn't have the power to pull another overdrive ratio, the huge cost would far out weigh the benefits
  8. Oh SH*T got to stop and read abit more carefully, sorry bud, my mistake Thanks HIRO for jumping in and sorting me out
  9. https://www.boostcruising.com/advice/201413-13B-Into-89-Hilux-2WD.html
  10. Sounds like its got a gut full of water in the fuel ?
  11. Pity you are so far away I know I have some of the toothed drives in the shed some where when I was running a Toyota 5 speed behind my 4.1 litre TD Cortina, and needed to get the speedo right back in the day, Sh*t Im showing my age now,
  12. You need to get yourself the correct Hilux instrument cluster, and return the speedo drive to a cable set up and all will be sweet. They did come out with a 2y as I had one, back then the poverty pack so to speak was called a Grinner, but mine had a 4 speed column change, bench seat,now known as the Work Mate. Toyota will be able to tell you of the correct tooth count required
  13. Shocks have nothing to do with ride height, all they do is control the bounce, rather than typing for ages have a read of the Link below mate, it will answer a lot of do,s and don't,s , Im running 16" alloys, lower profile Load Rated tyres keeps everything legal wise and keeps Insurance company on the right side of the fence https://www.boostcruising.com/advice/46114-Lowering-A-Hilux.html
  14. Have you swapped out the headlight relay to see if that fixes the problem ?
  15. Take it to a reputable Diesel Workshop, not a bloody mechanic, a couple hundred dollars could of saved you thousands if it turns out to be a sensor gone

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