I have heard tales of M57 engines being fitted into P38s but I'm beggared if I can find much online about it online other than this link to a potential wiring loom to enable it to work I may have a couple of sources of cheap M57 engine on the horizon, anyway they seem cheap enough on ebay if you buy them still wrapped in the car they came in and flog off the bits you don't need. Can you send the men in white coats around to cart me off? Refer to the or for further information. The original fuel lines where used, but the return line to the tank has a little restriction in the rear tank fitting, this was drilled out. Thanks to our team of expert engineers who boast a vast knowledge and expertise and operate some of the most advanced engine reconditioning equipment and technology, you can be assured of a quality reconditioned Range Rover P38 engine. Pulls off like an auto, then, after changing into 2nd, it locks up and chugs on strongly, then into 3rd and locks immediately all the way to 4th, engine revs never go above 1000 rpm - real fuel saver. One huge mission all in all but worth every nasty word.
If you've got an old Rover, and you live in a place that does not have emission testing, that is an option. More research and Disco Mike said on another forum said they are indeed different. The new flywheel fits behind the flex plate, thereby retaining the correct engine balance. Getting you what you need, efficiently and effectively - it's what we do. So now my 110 is virtually done the P38 can come off the road. A very scary lucky dip indeed. The kit contains all the necessary parts for easy mount engine.
When the engine is cold it will idle easier and faster until it reaches the temperature of the switch, where after it will idle slowly. The effect is a knocking noise which is present only when the engine heats up because the manufacturing of the particular Range Rover P38 engine wasn't done with adequate precision. Don't take it the wrong way, I think Rover has an excellent vehicle. That's what got me thinking about this. By continuing to use this site you agree to the local storage of cookies. The Exhaust silencer and under body needed to be cut and sealed to clear the hand brake drum. I have recently fitted two air-con fans from a Discovery - -I removed the blades and fitted them on backwards, then fitted the fans to the engine side of the radiator as suckers.
I would of thought the auto box from a 4. Since the old Range Rover V8 engines have become a specialty and rare item, Engine Engineering rarely have the Rover V8 engines in stock so we offer to recondition the engine already within the Range Rover P38 engine. Bodywork The exterior bodywork was not touched, except for a nice new spray job by Elies Panel Beaters in Honeydew. I originally fitted a fixed mechanical fan, but it was too small as the chassis cross member was in the way, the result was that the water got a bit hot when towing the car trailer with the Millennium bug on. I am currently undergoing an issue in the rear of the vehicles a shaking sensations when I accelerate at a speed of 65 mph and then immediately letting off the gas pedal it goes away?? The kit is at the time of writing developed for the Range Rover, which has 4-speed automatic transmission model year -86 and newer.
With the advancing age of these motors we do flanged liners on them all now. I have a two stage temp switch, 1st at 85 deg and the second at 97 deg, this seems to work fine. I'm trying to give Rover owners a broader platform to choice something that will fit their personal needs, that's all. The combination pulls like a train with minimal slip. I think you also need a custom loom, but they are available too. New water pump, hoses, motor mounts are just a few possibilities.
Even you find some the price is terrible. It almost sounds like a slight exhaust leak. Will oil filter interfere with anything? The paint is a baked metallic enamel with base coat and clear coat. Sometimes this comes from lifters or rocker shafts but more often the noise is deeper inside - in the pistons. The bolt patterns are illustrated below.
A company called Chris Mod in Hartebeespoort makes adapters to order, he made an adapter to suit, all out of steel, very neat and straight. A common option is the Turbo 350, the little brother to the 700R4 - good cheap box but only has 3 speeds and 3rd is 1:1. I myself have gone that path and thats what my mechanic told me. It's also worth noting that a high quality engine conversion is 100+ hours of work, so there is no cost savings to this route if you pay to have the work done. Now is 3,5 V8 with automatic gear.
Our workshop is based in a key industrial estate in Grays, Essex specifically designed to cater to the high demands of our clients engine requirements. A very well built 4. Carburettor engines experienced no problems as the carbie bowl acted as a reservoir and prevented fuel starvation. Has anyone had any luck or experience with the swap? I fetched the engine from Pietermaritzburg where I could choose an engine from the 12 or so available at a time. I have an that covers the decision process What's the latest on top hat or flanged liners? I know people have them in 90's, but i've not seen too much about them in p38's.