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    Default Radiator for 3ct engine

    hi guyz,

    Can anyone guide me which radiator to go for the 3ct. Iv just got it fitted in m38a1. would the orignal radiator do(its in a good condition)......

    Your help would be appreciated.
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    I have sent you an email on this please check.
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    thanx for ur reply.......... Sir maybe i misplaced ur mail!!! Can u kindly advice here.

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    Hello,
    You have received message from Taimoor Khan (taimoorkhan)
    Message : Dear sir,
    I saw ur posts on PW and came to know that ur using 3ct with orignal gear box on ur mb. I have a m38a1 and intend to use the same setup in my jeep. Can u plz answer my following querries.

    1- whats the top speed without reving the engine hard. i.e. at 3000rpm
    Even if you rev it hard you will get speed of about 85-95 afterwhich the jeep will become unstable. My speedometer is not connected. One thing to note here is that the engine is way more powerful than the gearbox configuration along with the axles. However for offroad this is a great performer. On the highway you will not get top speed.

    2- at what rpm does the turbo kicks in.
    rpm meter not working.

    3- Are there any overheating issues and which radiator are u using.
    There are no overheating issues. I had a radiator (japanese) customized to fit in the original radiator casing. New tech in the old frame.
    4- In ur post u mentioned that the oil pan touches the front axle and u have modified the oil pan. Can u plz elaborate how u have done it and from where.
    Yes the oil pan is modified. I used a toyota 1c oil pan. Now you actually do not need to modify the oil pan as such. You simply replace the oil pan of the 3c with the 1c and the screws will fit exactly in place. However the 'kupi' inside which spits the oil will have to be altered.

    5- Anyother alteration except the engine mounts and oil pan you have done or recomend??
    Yes get the biggest air flow filter possible. I have still not done a good job at that.

    Any help would be really appreciated.

    For any other help please contact me.

    Thankyou very much for ur time.
    My pleasure
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    @khakimb

    Sir, thankyou very much for ur detailed reply. Ur reply wa a real help!!!

    The things are quite clear now..... Keep doing the good work.

    Thanks and Regards.

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    as per my knowledge.. the turbo kicks in at over 2000RPM
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    @taimoorkhan,

    You are most welcome. Do keep us informed about the progress.
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    @KHAKIMB

    sir i'm taimoorkhan's brother and currently woking on his jeep project with his instructions (as he is working in muzzafarabad and comes to islamabad on weeekends). For progress update kindly visit the following thread as it's regularly updated

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!86316~ForumID!27~pw.html

    Regards.

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    @akifjanjua

    Thanks sir.
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    @azkhan,

    Wishing you luck on the project. Please note that my jeep is a Willys MB which is similar to the M38. M38A1 is not a flat fender, it is a bigger jeep so please keep that in mind for my response given above. Please also send your mobile number and i shall give you a few tips on restoration.
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    @khakimb

    My mobile number is 03455203505 and my brother's (taimoor) number is 03458505588. Also kindly give ur number so that i can contact u in case of need.

    Again thanking you for your time and interest.

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