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Author: Subject: St220 Duratec 30 rwd on Oem ecu, new project
40inches

posted on 11/6/18 at 10:02 PM Reply With Quote
AJ30, no inlet, but with starter and alternator
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big_wasa

posted on 12/6/18 at 10:57 AM Reply With Quote
So 130 ish with out. Is that with a dual mass flywheel and clutch ?
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posted on 12/6/18 at 02:18 PM Reply With Quote
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So 130 ish with out. Is that with a dual mass flywheel and clutch ?


Just flywheel.

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big_wasa

posted on 13/6/18 at 03:41 PM Reply With Quote
Hmm maybe not as bad as I feared then.

Anyway continuing the the returnless fuel pump quandary. As I suspected the pump is a standard in tank design with the pressure regulator built into the pump.

So the in tank swirl pot fills. The pump pulls it through the in tank filter. It pushes it through the external filter. Then there is a T it goes straight on to the fuel rail or the exces pressure forces the regulator open where it drains back to the tank.




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posted on 6/8/18 at 05:17 PM Reply With Quote
The lump has been sat in the front porch covered with a tarp for the last six weeks but 30 deg or not I found a few hours to get the Zetec drained and stripped of the stand and bunged the Duratec 30 on so it was easier to move. Mounting points where only around 13mm further apart.




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posted on 6/8/18 at 09:31 PM Reply With Quote
Interesting. Whilst not going in the same direction, i'm using an ST220 engine, adaptor plate to Audi transaxle, TTV flywheel, Brise starter, Audi quattro plate (none sprung), ST220 cover, aux belt now only runs to the alternator with a simple tensioner (and converted alternator to conventional type, they're ecu controlled intelligent as standard), running on an Mbe ecu. The engine/gearbox combo is going to be fitted in the back of metro (6R4 rep) which is my current project, i've had the engine start/run on the floor, no issues at all getting it running (they do sound nice ).

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posted on 7/8/18 at 07:22 AM Reply With Quote
Any chance of a picture of your tensioner please Ian ?
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posted on 7/8/18 at 08:33 AM Reply With Quote
Made up a new stud (replaces an existing one in the front cover), Range rover P38 aircon tensioner, 6PK955 (although a 6PK962 would be an easier fit).

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posted on 7/8/18 at 08:51 AM Reply With Quote
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Made up a new stud (replaces an existing one in the front cover), Range rover P38 aircon tensioner, 6PK955 (although a 6PK962 would be an easier fit).

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That's a neat method, I went old school with a sliding tensioner. Moved the Alternator to the other side for lack of space.
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posted on 7/8/18 at 05:37 PM Reply With Quote
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Made up a new stud (replaces an existing one in the front cover), Range rover P38 aircon tensioner, 6PK955 (although a 6PK962 would be an easier fit).

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Thats perfect, Thankyou.

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posted on 7/8/18 at 05:40 PM Reply With Quote
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Made up a new stud (replaces an existing one in the front cover), Range rover P38 aircon tensioner, 6PK955 (although a 6PK962 would be an easier fit).

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That's a neat method, I went old school with a sliding tensioner. Moved the Alternator to the other side for lack of space.
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Hmm that really is snug between the rails.

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