Tappets on Patrol 4.5

Submitted: Friday, Apr 07, 2006 at 07:17
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Hi..Can anyone help me with the Inlet/Exhaust settings for a TB45E. Regards Glenn
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Reply By: V8Diesel - Friday, Apr 07, 2006 at 08:55

Friday, Apr 07, 2006 at 08:55
I have them somewhere, but can't find the bloody files. This mob may be able to assist. I believe this is where I asked the question before.

Patrol 4x4

However, I did come across some other specs I wrote down for my old 1998 GU ST4500 which I've copied over. Here goes.....

Engine: TB45E
Timing: 5' BTDC
Idle speed: 650RPM (no load)
Engine oil: Castrol Magnatech (7.6litres)
Oil filter: Ryco Z 547
Spark plugs: NGK BPR 5E-11 (3/4"), or Bosch Super 4 FR78X (six pack 5/8")
Ignition leads: Cyl #1: B45Ri Bosch Super
Cyl #2: B58Ri
Cyl #3: B72Ri
Cyl #4: B84Ri
Cyl #5: B94Ri
Cyl #6: B104Ri
(N.B. no HT lead req'd)
Distributor cap: Nissan (cap distributor) 22162-VB010 (OEM only)
Rotor button: Nissan (rotor head) 22157-VB010 (OEM only)
Fuel filter: Ryco Z 201
Air filter: N/A UniFilter
Alternator belts: 2 x 11A 1130 (NB use Dayco Top Cog ONLY, not Bosch!)
Power steering belt: 13A 1030
Air-conditioning belt: 13A 0925
Coolant: Tectaloy Gold concentrate + 2 x 5l demineralised H2O
Gearbox: Castrol VMX-M 75W/85 (3.8 litres) (Repco)
Transfer case: Castrol TQ Dexron 3 (1.9 litres)
Front diff: Castrol EPX 80W/90 (5.4 litres)
Rear diff: Castrol LSX 85W/140 (2.1 litres) (Repco)
Grease: Valvoline Blue (6 points)
Brake fluid: Dot 3 or Dot 4
Clutch fluid: Dot 3 or Dot 4
Front brake pads: Bendix 4x4 compound
Rear: Standard
Main battery: Yuasa Overlander N70ZZLH
Aux battery: N46 (rubbish)
Fuses: large spade type
Tow hitch rating: 3,500kg
Spotlight relay: Bosch 4 pin
Vehicle clearance height: 2040mm or 6'8"
Average hwy km/l: 17.7l/100km's PULP
Safe hwy cruising range: 650km's
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Follow Up By: GU1DONE - Friday, Apr 07, 2006 at 11:32

Friday, Apr 07, 2006 at 11:32
Thanks for the general info..Very useful.
Ive put a post on the suggested site as well..And others..Fingers crossed.
Im thinking of using the TB42 settings of .38mm if i dont get any other responses.
Im finding a very lttile info on the TB45E motor..Ive owned this 98 GU from new and had the dealer/mechanic do them quite a few times. Its time for DIY now

Thanks Glenn
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