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Thread: I want a GU 42 by Christmas 2022! - Options and discussions on buying a used GU TD42

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
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    I literally said "cold stream track; never"

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    It was just a pictorial GQ TD42 little T of why I personally don’t factory GU TD42Ti likey bonnets or any aftermarket TMIC’s….Each to their highway own


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    It was just a pictorial GQ TD42 little T of why I personally don’t factory GU TD42Ti likey bonnets or any aftermarket TMIC’s….Each to their highway own


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    Awesome dozing torque the TD’s for sure, took an Iskra powered High Mount with 2 x biggest badest Optima’s to haul it out though


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    Ever considered a gu62....theybgo good aye

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Awesome dozing torque the TD’s for sure, took an Iskra powered High Mount with 2 x biggest badest Optima’s to haul it out though


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    24volt the fark outta that brotha
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    I picked my td42tdi 2004. Gu3 up with 248000k for 31k 2 owners with 18g ufi turbo, cc. Intercooler and 12m pump, black widow drawers and roof rack so they are out there 4A24D811-411A-4AB5-9F34-B6DD77D2DC0E.jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stropp View Post
    I picked my td42tdi 2004. Gu3 up with 248000k for 31k 2 owners with 18g ufi turbo, cc. Intercooler and 12m pump, black widow drawers and roof rack so they are out there 4A24D811-411A-4AB5-9F34-B6DD77D2DC0E.jpeg
    Looks like a nice rig. I think I'll have to keep under the 25k mark though unfortunately

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    Ok, let's have a quick side note on the infamous zd30.
    How much of an improvement is the CRD over the Di? Does a CRD still want playing with to make it safe and worry free?
    I lump them all together in a big grey fuzzy no go zone but I don't know the facts

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    QUESTION: Is a non turbo TD42 comparable to a Toyota non turbo 1HZ to drive. Recently I have had the daily use of an old Toyota ute with a 1HZ & it has been an absolute joy to drive, especially off road. Used to have one in a Troopy & this has reminded me of what a great torquey , just so easy to drive motor, the motor pulls from virtually nothing. Start it & put it in gear & I could reverse out the shed without touching the accelerator! Admittedly the lower Toyota gearing helps, but I'm wondering if a pre-turbo TD42 motor is a similar beast.

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