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Old 26-09-07, 11:59   #76
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diesel injection parts bosch denso zexel

Dear Sir or Madam,



Thank you for reading this letter. This is Marx Wu, a Sales Manager from China Hanji Parts Plant. We are very glad to take this valuable chance to develop potential cooperation with you.


We are one of the leading manufacturers of engine parts,
in particular diesel fuel injection system accessories for replacement,
such as Fuel injection Nozzle, Plunger and Delivery valve, and so on.

At first,please visit our websites as follows for more details:

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Also Our products have excellent replacement performance in many kinds of
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Our production exported to over 20 countries because of excellent quality,
good after-sales service and more competitive price;

We are also pleased to inform you that we can offer you the VE distributor Pump (BOSCH,DENSO, ZEXEL)

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101-300pcs $406.00/pc $361.00/pc
301-500pcs $385.00/pc $342.00/pc
501-1000pcs $366.00/pc $325.00/pc

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As soon as we receive your specific enquiry,the quotation will be forwarded to you without delay.

This is our first business between us,so please make sure that we can provide you the goods with finest quality and competitive price.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question.

Waiting for your reply soon with much interest.

Best regards

Marx Wu

China Hanji Parts Plant

http://www.chinahanji.com

http://www.vepump.com

E-mail: sales2@chinahanji.com
MSN: marx99pc@hotmail.com

Dear Sir or Madam,



Thank you for reading this letter. This is Marx Wu, a Sales Manager from China Hanji Parts Plant. We are very glad to take this valuable chance to develop potential cooperation with you.


We are one of the leading manufacturers of engine parts,
in particular diesel fuel injection system accessories for replacement,
such as Fuel injection Nozzle, Plunger and Delivery valve, and so on.

At first,please visit our websites as follows for more details:

http://www.chinahanji.com
http://www.vepump.com

Also Our products have excellent replacement performance in many kinds of
reputable brand like BOSCH, ZEXEL, DENSO, IVECO, ISUZU, MATSUBISHI, CAT,
KATO, KOMATSU, CUMMINS and so on.
Our production exported to over 20 countries because of excellent quality,
good after-sales service and more competitive price;

We are also pleased to inform you that we can offer you the VE distributor Pump (BOSCH,DENSO, ZEXEL)

Now we make offer for you as follows ,please check it.

VE Distributor Pump ( BOSCH,DENSO, ZEXEL)

Qty Pump with switch on top pump without switch on top
1-50pcs $450.00/pc $400.00/pc
51-100pcs $427.00/pc $380.00/pc
101-300pcs $406.00/pc $361.00/pc
301-500pcs $385.00/pc $342.00/pc
501-1000pcs $366.00/pc $325.00/pc

So would you please kindly inform us the detail spare parts No.and quantities together for your requirements currently.

As soon as we receive your specific enquiry,the quotation will be forwarded to you without delay.

This is our first business between us,so please make sure that we can provide you the goods with finest quality and competitive price.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question.

Waiting for your reply soon with much interest.

Best regards

Marx Wu

China Hanji Parts Plant

http://www.chinahanji.com

http://www.vepump.com

E-mail: sales2@chinahanji.com
MSN: marx99pc@hotmail.com

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Old 18-10-07, 20:56   #77
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no, the vl's that went to newzealad had rb20e's in them, poo motors
My first car was a VL with an RB20e in it, and they're a poo motor with a poo gearbox attached. I can imagine an RB20det with the 4.1+ diff ratios driving the same, sitting at 3000rpm in 5th to do 100km/h is unbearable. RB30s have so much more potential, even as a single cam, but if you go to twin cam there's even more to be had.
I have a VL with a RB30E in it now btw, gear ratios are so much more comfortable (the only good thing about bad ratios is you can push the car really hard and not go so fast, RB30 doesn't let you do that and stay under 100km/h if you're going close to redline)
Just to reinforce all this.. RB20 + highway speeds = ****ing terrible.
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Old 18-02-08, 17:43   #78
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theres a guy that lived near my street and had a purple VL calais with an RB20DET conversion, i asked him how it drove and he said it drove so badly that he was getting beaten by standard 6cyl ford falcons and commodores that had no work done to them. he ended up selling the car at a huge loss and bought a standard RB30ET Calais.
this shows that an RB30ET is WAY BETTER than an RB20DET. (im sure RB20DETs are a good motor in a smaller, lighter car but in a vl it just doesnt work properly)
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Old 08-03-08, 02:05   #79
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excuse my ignorance but didnt we ship RB20DET VL's to New Zealand when we got the big 3L?
they wern't rb20det they were rb20e's single cam non turbo slappers
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Old 04-10-08, 00:08   #80
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after reading this post, it seems there may be pro's and cons of going to an rb20, eg fuel difference, rev's higher, tho would have to work more just to equal the rb30...
imo if you want a twin cam why go down to rb20, the obvious choice is the rb25 from the a r33 or r34. dont waste money on anything older

as they say do it right the first time.
and they have a hell of alot of potential for performance and realiability.

but personally i wouldnt go past the mighty rb30et, :-)
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Old 18-04-09, 16:37   #81
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ive got an rb20det in mine with a 25 head on it..makes 300rwhp on 18psi..got a gt30/76,3.9 dif gears,microtech ecu,444cc injectors,3inch straight throo exhaust,forged pistons..it spools up pretty late,but its good cos i can drive it at a casual pace without having to boost it everywhere..theres alot more potential in it with a few different fuel system mods,n maybe a cam,n some head work..

i can understand how some people wouldnt like the conversion but as some have said if its done properly it is a good cheap option..ive had no problems with mine (other than the usual vl problems) and it drives really good,sits at bout 1300-1400rpm in 5th at 100..and does a betta skid than most rb30's ive seen..
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Old 18-04-09, 18:50   #82
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An Rb25 head? on a RB20 bottom end?

Unlikely as the valves 'DO' smash in to the side of the bore as they open. :P

If it really were a 25t head that gt3076 would be making 270-280rwkw on 18psi or as with my 25 on head on the 30 bottom once i dropped cams in it 300rwkw (400rwhp) with 17psi.

Mine makes all its boost by 2800rpm, boost build is linear off idle and rev's clean through to its 7300rpm cut.
200rwkw (300rwhp) at 3500rpm, 256rwkw at 4000rpm so its got some ripping mid range.

I'd always prefer to grab a set of injectors, fmic, turbo exhaust manifold, cheap ecu and turbo the RB30E NA over the rb20 poo. :P

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Old 29-11-09, 18:46   #83
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hi all in the middle of this conversion myself but i am using a rb25 the engine mounts dont line up any help
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Old 18-02-11, 21:52   #84
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rb20det in my vl got a 12.6 out of it is this **** then
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Old 13-03-11, 12:47   #85
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lol nice 1
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Old 27-03-12, 23:43   #86
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large front mount
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3.9 diff ratio
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12psi

went like a nugget off boost, had to thrash it to make it more, never enjoyed driving it..
where did you get the 3.9 diff ratio? ive got a 20det vl and want to change my factory diff with a higher ratio
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Old 28-03-12, 00:55   #87
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Auto r31's come with 3.9s from factory, find a wrecked one and steal pinion and crownwheel
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Old 11-06-12, 17:19   #88
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Rb25 is the way to go, Rip out the old Rb30 single cam 16 valve crap,
give it a bit of JAP power not some rebuilt holden 95kw at the wheels crap

PEACE
I think people forget that the vl RB20E and RB30E are japanese motors anyway lol. all holden did was change the rocker cover kthx.
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