AdamR. Read through all your thread the other night. Very informative and I will have to read it again.No idea how old this engine is though.I still have to adjust the idle and set the electronic speedo and tacho.
Took it for a run up the drive today and managed 8 pounds of boost in second gear in the LT95.
Next , swap some plates on it and do a road test on the back roads here. No decent hills though.
I originally had a LT95 out of an old Range Rover in it. With this turbo install I pulled it out and put in one of two ex Aussie Army LT95 A ,s I bought at an auction. Pig in a Poke. Had a look inside before I swapped and looked OK but the road test will tell me more. These later LT95,s have a close shift , as in less side to side in neutral which feels different and they have better taper roller bearings in the intermediate shaft. Fingers crossed.With the camper shell on its pretty heavy and the EB is useful on long down hill runs. I have a dash switch that I can turn it off when not needed running around town etc.
The second auto box I put in that 6x6 was a 4L80E behind the Chev 6.2. I had two oil coolers on it and it still boiled the oil. I gave it away and put a 5 speed Isuzu manual box, cable shift behind it. Its good now but the Chev is a bit underpowered.