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I'm excited to share the latest development from Cummins and Advance Adapters: the R2.8L Cummins Repower diesel crate engine conversion for Jeep® and other 4x4s! At the 2016 SEMA Show, Steve Roberts (Advance Adapters) and Steve Sanders (Cummins Repower program) detailed the engine conversion and discuss highlights of this high tech diesel engine in our HD video interview. In the video, you'll discover why I'm so pleased with this development. The initial Cummins Repower focus is 50-State legal emission status for vehicles through 1999, which will include Jeep® CJ, XJ, ZJ, WJ and vintage vehicles plus Toyota FJ40, Land Rover, vintage Bronco, Scout/Scout II and others. Of course, the Jeep® JK Wrangler is on the radar screen, however, emission legal requirements will be met before releasing a package for the later model range. We're planning a pilot installation of the R2.8L Cummins diesel engine package into the magazine's 1999 XJ Cherokee during 2017. Enough power? In Brazil this modern CRD high-tech diesel engine is fitted into F350 Ford trucks and school buses. Enough fuel efficiency? Stand by, we'll be testing and confirming mileage soon! See the complete article that accompanies the HD video at: http://www.4wdmechanix.com/advance-adapters-and-cummins-2-8l-diesel-engine-conversion-for-jeep/ Go Cummins Repower and Advance Adapters! Moses
If you have a forum hangout for your FJ or DJ Land Cruiser model or FJ Cruiser and Sequoia, that's great! If, however, you're looking for a place to get additional, researched details, troubleshooting tips or restoration facts, consider joining this forum and bookmarking it! When I wrote the Toyota Truck & Land Cruiser Owner's Bible in the 'nineties, Toyota provided service material and data that still fills a full shelf of my bookcases. Yes, I'm a Land Cruiser guy, as many know already, and I still recognize an F, 2F or 3F engine's pitch from a mile away on the Rubicon Trail! I've also combed Moab in an FJ Cruiser, so there's a long span to my Toyota experience... I'd like to know what's new with your vintage FJ40, 45 60 or 80 projects. Let me know what you think of the FJ Cruiser and Sequoia! If you do need tech support or how-to, I'm available. We can get others to participate, too, and build a fresh, sensible Toyota 4x4 community! Moses
My first exposure to the Toyota Land Cruiser came about when I innocently accepted an invitation to run the Rubicon Trail (back route, Lake Tahoe to Ice House) in the summer of 1967. 18 years old, I borrowed my folks 3-year-old CJ-5 and joined the Diablo Four-Wheelers from Concord/Pleasanton...On that trip, our group included a stalwart Toyota "Land Cruiser" FJ40. Duly impressed with its unique ability and ruggedness, I considered purchasing a new FJ40 in 1970, a bargain at that time! As an automotive journalist and tech editor, I built two FJ40 Land Cruiser projects for OFF-ROAD Magazine, one in the late 'eighties, the other in the mid-'90s. The latter appeared at the SEMA Show, both were featured in my Toyota Truck & Land Cruiser Owner's Bible (Bentley Publishers). If you were at a Toyota dealership when the Sequoia went to market, a sales floor point-of-sale DVD brought my impressions home about later Toyota trucks. John Davis (PBS Motorweek) and I presented the new models, and I talked about the I-Force V-8 and other features. I believed in our support for Toyota then, and I'm confident that owners have been equally pleased and impressed with these products! The FJ and DJ models shared in this forum remain popular and reflect Toyota's lasting legacy of rugged and durable four-wheel drive trucks. Owners and restorers have good reason to share information and experiences, technical details and lifestyle enhancements—provided by the FJ and DJ Land Cruiser and, more recently, the formidable FJ Cruiser and Sequoia!—Moses Ludel