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  • 2 weeks later...
has anyone put a mazda sl35t in a range rover classic :ph34r:

I know two people with SL35t lumps, one in a 130 and one in a RRC. Both think they are fantastic engines with bundles of torque.

Motor and Diesel at Cambridge used to sell conversions for this combination. Don't know if they are the helpful sort?....

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Motor and Diesel at Cambridge used to sell conversions for this combination. Don't know if they are the helpful sort?....

I think they are, as one of our members has one in his 90 c/w 4 speed auto. he had a couple of questions and fairly certain they were helpful enough.

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  • 3 weeks later...

HI kellyv8,

Interested in your project, presently converting a 1994 RR classic, changing the 3.9 petrol for a Mazda 3.5slt. Need some advice, do I need to change petrol tank? Or will it do to change the pump and sender unit in the tank? Thanks in anticipation. Jack at Avonmore.

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I've done it :lol: What niggly bits - straightforward enough a lot of time went into moving some of the bits on the wings and making brackets. :rolleyes:

Hello,

I've got myself a 1988 range rover classic with a SL35T Mazda conversion from Motor & Diesel when it was in Cambridge. I rang them for a replacement radiator tank only to find that the large cylindrical tank was obsolete and that the small metal brass based tank was not big enough. They've sent me a recommended tank from I believe a 1994 model which is a large plastic tank, however they said that they didn't have a conversion kit so they sent me a large metal bracket. Problem is that I was told the tank neck needs to be higher than the engine block, I just wondered if any of you guys have done this conversion and whether you might be able to show a picture of how it is mounted.

Any help and advice is much appreciated.

Thanks

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