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Old 24-12-2015, 02:59 AM
blue blue is offline
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Default Re: Why don't we see more PWMV kits on diesels

Well sold the hfs4 complete with my r53 mini so I need to start again from scratch

Which way to go now?

Will my 2014 oil Burner need more flow ? ( than the r53 mini)
I ask as would like to avoid trunk mount if at all possible
Seems most of what I read is truck related

Is it possible to make a Frankenstein kit from a new hfs 4 controller
And an legacy 1s system and pump ? (I have a new shiny one)
Or will buying ad-hoc bits and bobs work out the same
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Old 05-03-2016, 01:16 PM
Richard L Richard L is offline
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Default Re: Why don't we see more PWMV kits on diesels

The HFS3 is good for the R53.

The water pump is not hermetically sealed, so you are risking the life of the pump if you put it in the engine bay. We don't warrant it.

I really cannot take this Frankenstein kit project up, it is extremely time consuming, sorry.

Here is a diesel that worked well with aquamist:
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Old 27-07-2016, 08:42 PM
david_hajes david_hajes is offline
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Default Re: Why don't we see more PWMV kits on diesels

Why don't you use SI units ;-)

It reminds me life in UK...drawings in imperial units, CNC machines in metric units, new drawings mix of imperial/metric

you British sure love chaos what I have seen over 6.5 year ;-)

In Europe is many norms such as DIN, CSN...but we always use ISO standards wit SI units for international manufacturing and trade.
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