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05 Ranger TDI conversion

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Ah, ok. I was just wondering because in the stock 3.0 location the starter interferes with the AHU oil pump.
 


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A/C compressor

Hi, I am looking to swap an ALH to a 4.0SOHC manual. Will your accessory belt setup work with ALH

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No, the injector pump is also on that side of the ALH so you cant move the accessories up with our bracket.
Our engine adapter and mounts would work though.

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ev1....both 4.0 flywheels?


the older style should be perfect. a good upgrade
 

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Our 4L adapter uses a 3L flywheel and clutch due to crank pattern conflict with the TDI on both 4L patterns.
The 3L clutch can handle anything that a moderately built TDI can put out.
If you built a wild TDI then South Bend has a 3L clutch that will handle that to. (I now have a full 4L kit that uses the stock 4L flywheel)
 
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No, the injector pump is also on that side of the ALH so you cant move the accessories up with our bracket.
Our engine adapter and mounts would work though.

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What would be a good option to include an AC compressor with the ALH built.

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I believe there was a Passat? that had the A/C compressor on the passenger side but down low.
We did start to design a high mounted, passenger side A/C mount for the ALH but just got too busy to finish it. Maybe in a month or two when I get caught up on orders.
 

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You sure do nice clean work :icon_thumby:
 

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The fellow who bought the TDI Ranger came back today so we could take some measurements for another project.
He said he is getting about 8L/100km for fuel economy and very happy with that.
 

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The fellow who bought the TDI Ranger came back today so we could take some measurements for another project.
He said he is getting about 8L/100km for fuel economy and very happy with that.
For those that don't speak Metric :)

8L/100km = 8 Liters per 100 kilometers = 29.4MPG
 

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For those that don't speak Metric :)

8L/100km = 8 Liters per 100 kilometers = 29.4MPG
^^^ in US gallons.
8L/100km = 35.3 MPG in Canadian gallons.
 

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Almost ready to fire up.
A bit of wiring and a couple more rad hoses.
Beautiful build, question sir, I am about to start a swap myself and was wondering, do you just cut out what you don't need out of the Ranger wiring harness? Thanks
 

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