I'm assuming you are outside the United States due to the fact that in the US, Turbo Model 200sxs were discontinued at the end of 86.
There is no popular 2.2L Turbo Engine that I know of that works good with an S12 200sx.
Popular Swaps are
SR20DET (2L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Turbo Charged Engine)
CA18DET (1.8L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Turbo Charged Engine)
KA24DE (2.4L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Naturally Aspired Engine)
I have Toyota 2l-T engine the problem is the oil blowing on the exhaust is this the turbo charger problem?
yes, but you have to change the wiring harness to accept the engine, but yes, it can be done. If you do not have the right wiring harness, you would burn up the turbo
Rebuild the turbo! Your oil contamination is most likely coming from a leak between your turbo's oiling and cooling passages. That's my best guess w/o looking at it.
There are a multitude of turbos that can fit on an 02 golf. TO better answer your question, please state engine? is it the 2L, 1.8t, 2.6V6??
Nissan 240 SX
No the 2l bellhousing wont bolt up to the 1kz if you are using the 2l box you will need clutch, clutch fork, flywheel, bellshousing all off the 1kz, you may also need to move your engine mounts back, assuming you are doing a engine conversion from your 2l motor
Assuming you are in the US it would very rare because Toyota did not produce a code 2L-T turbo diesel after the 1986 model year for the US market. As a matter of fact they only produced the diesels engine for these trucks for 2 years Which were 1986-1988.
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1d i posted a video on how to do this on youtube...go to www.youtube. com and search for soukoban 2l 3d 2r 2u 2d 2l 2u 2l 1u 2r 1u 2r 2d 2l 2d 2r 1u 1d 2l 3u 2l 1d 1r 1d 2l 3d 2r 2u 2d 2l 2u 2l 1u 2r 1u 2r 2d 2l 2d 2r 1u 1d 2l 3u 2l 1d
this is a particularly easy question, you woul find this by doing, 2l+2(18)=42 then 2l+36=42 and then 2l=42-36 making 2l=6 after that l=6/2 which is 3 meaning the length is 3
In the right rear of the valve cover.
2L = 200cL
2l + 2w or length+width
2l add 1200ml = 1202
Adding a turbo to a non turbo engine, on pump gas usually adds 30% non intercooled up to a 50% increase for kits with intercooler. The type of the motor also has a bearing on the output, High compression motors limit the amount of boost the motor is able to run on with pump gas. That is why turbo motors have compression ratio 1-1.5points lower, 8-9.5cr. When designed properly a 2L can make 200hp N/A can make 400hp when boosted.
Dead Center at about 190 Degrees
2l + 2w = 82 in.
can't be done without dropping subframe
No , not according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) The 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1999 Mercury Cougar is NOT AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
by appying 2l+2w