Dyno Tuning Toyota 86 boxer turbo by KYP @ ATP

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Toyota 86 Dyno Tuning after upgrade to ATP turbo built by Kyp.

Dyno Dynamics AWD Tuning a specialty with BYO Tuner or ours.

The Toyota 86 Engine ECU Tuning was done on our in-house ATP Dyno Dynamics AWD Dyno room by an experienced tuner seeking safe power for the Subaru Boxer Engine, a high compression motor. You can bring your own car and tuner to be dyno’d after booking in with Kyp, or he can arrange a third party tuner for you who is experienced with your ECU and engine make & model.

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The above YouTube Video is an example of our dedication to advanced turbo performance on the latest Toyota 86/ Subaru BRZ factory sports-car that can excel with an ATP turbo fitted as a professional after-market kit.

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Advanced Turbo Performance achieved by Dyno tuning with our ATP Gold turbo’s inhouse

 

ATP Turbo Australia AWD Dyno Room

State of the art Dyno Dynamics AWD Adjustable Dyno Tuning rig.

ATP Client Dowel wins 2011 Australian Rally Championship

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ATP client Dowel wins 2011 Australian Rally Championship

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Victorians Justin Dowel and Matt Lee have won the 2011 Bosch Australian Rally Championship after securing the title after a hard-fought battle over the final event, Rally Victoria, this weekend.?

Driving their Activ RallySport Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX, Dowel needed to finish the event two places ahead of his Queensland rival, Ryan Smart, and managed that convincingly after the Toyota driver suffered driveshaft failure late in the event. Second place overall in Rally Victoria, behind 2010 Australian Champion Simon Evans, gives Dowel and Lee their first national championship in a year that also saw them take their first event win, at the Rally of South Australia. ?Wow, I don?t know what to say,? a stunned Dowel said at the finish of the championship?s fifth and final round. ?It?s a really freaky feeling, and it really hasn?t sunk in yet.ATP-client-Dowel-Active-Motorsport-win-ARC ?We had a good day today, but I had to pull my finger out this afternoon to put the pressure back on Ryan. I knew that if we kept persisting then the result may come. ?We never gave up, even after yesterday?s problems when I put the car off the road. The guys in the team just kept telling me to ?keep pushing? and it?s paid off. I can?t believe it.? A minor turbo problem saw a drop in engine power again today, but that didn?t matter in the overall scheme of things. ?The Activ RallySport guys have been awesome this year,? Dowel added. ?I?ve really put them through hell this year. ?This win is as much for our loyal sponsors and the guys who have worked hard on the car all year as it is for Matt and I. ?Without their expertise and support we couldn?t have achieved what we?ve managed, and I can?t thank them enough.? After a spin on the first stage of the event cost Dowel over 30 seconds, he clawed his way back from 10th place with a string of top three stage times. However, with two stages of the event to run he still trailed Smart by 33.9 seconds, but when the Queenslander broke a driveshaft and dropped over six minutes, the fight for the Bosch Australian Rally Championship was as good as over. Dowel simply had to finish the final 1.6 kilometre spectator stage at Warragul?s Lardner Park to claim the title, which he duly did. He and Lee finished the event in second place, just over a minute behind Simon Evans, after which the celebrations started in earnest. ?What an unreal feeling ? I really am overwhelmed with a wave of emotions at the moment,? co-driver Matt Lee said. ?The whole team have put in so much effort this year, and it?s great to give them the result we?ve been aiming for all year. ?JD and I have being competing together for nine years, and we?ve had lots of ups and downs along the way. After keeping our heads in this event it?s great to finish the year on such a high note. ?As a co-driver, it makes all those years of pacenote practice with my friend, Penny Swan, worthwhile. We spent hours and hours together writing notes, and that experience has paid off.? Both Dowel and Lee were quick to praise their great friends, and rivals, Ryan Smart and John Allen, who had looked like taking the title until two stages from the finish. ?Ryan is a brilliant driver and a great guy. While we?re the ones who are celebrating, I know how Ryan and John must be feeling. I?m sure they?ll be back bigger and better next year,? Dowel said. The Bosch Australian Rally Championship gets under way again at the new Rally Calder in Victoria, from March 2 to 4, while Dowel and Lee?s title defence will begin. VIEW PHOTOS FROM RALLY VICTORIA 2011 HERE Rally Victoria ? results after day 2 1. Simon Evans / Sue Evans, Subaru Impreza WRX, 1h29m37.8s 2. Justin Dowel / Matt Lee, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX, +1m43.8s 3. Tom Wilde / Scott Allan, Subaru Impreza WRX, +1m56.4s 4. Will Orders / Rian Calder, Subaru Impreza WRX, 3m48.7s 5. Adam Casmiri / Tom Ryan, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII, 5m14.1s 2011 Australian Rally Championship – Final Pointscore 1. Justin Dowel / Matt Lee – 340.5 points 2. Ryan Smart / John Allen – 327.25 3. Steve Shepheard / John McCarthy – 199.50 4. Mark Pedder / Lee Tierney – 186 5. Eli Evans / Glen Weston – 175

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Team Morris Rallying Competitor Release

Craig and Carrie Morris have announced today that RDA and EBC Brakes will be their major sponsor for this year’s Victorian Rally Championship.

“We will be replacing our Lancer Evo VI with a newly acquired Evo VIII RS, but this won’t unfortunately debut until the Bega Valley Rally in June ” Carrie said.

RDA and EBC Brakes have been long time supporters of Morris Rallying and have this year increased their support to enable the team to compete in all rounds of the Championship.

Carrie added “Morris Rallying have a very good rapport with all our sponsors and I am sure we have a proven track record of achieving marketing benefits for them.”

RDA was started in 1987 by Les Smith and has grown to be the market leader when it comes to supplying Brake Rotors and Drums, they also distribute the EBC Brake Pads in Australia through their network of 825 distributors, in fact they stock brakes for 1680 different vehicles.

RDA’s Managing Director Les Smith said “We are pleased to increase our support of Morris Rallying, as they have been long time users and promoters of our products and we look forward to a great 2011 in their new weapon of choice for their campaign. A family business supporting a family rallying team has a nice ring to it!”

The season starts this weekend at the East Gippsland Stages, details are on Vicrally.com.au

Morris Rallying’s other loyal sponsors are: ?ATP Turbos, Dandy Engines,?Exedy Racing Clutches, Critical Damping, Just Fuel Petroleum and Tyrepower Frankston.

Turbo Repairs to all Makes

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Mitsubishi EVO Turbo Upgrades to Turbine wheels by ATP

ATP can repair all Makes and Models of common turbochargers on site in our workshop in Melbourne.

We have the experience ands expertise to thoroughly overhaul any type of turbocharger from any manufacturer.

We also service and maintain turbochargers for race and rally teams that need the edge in durability and reliability on the gruelling tarmac and gravel tracks around Australia in the heat of close competiton.

Our dedication to any job is to expertly carry out any mechanical operational repairs on your turbo and balance it with knowledgeable experience utilising in house state of the art Shenck Computerised Balancing equipment.

Schenck Hard-Balancing machines offers many advantages for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.??Subaru WRX Turbo Upgrade by ATP

Garrett GT25

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Garrett GT28
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Turbocharger

Product Code: GT2860RS
Description: GT28/60RS Disco Potato, dual ball bearing turbocharger.

Details:

250-360hp rating Dual ball bearing turbocharger.
Internally wastegated, Dual ball bearing turbo with a water and oil cooled CHRA.
The ultimate turbo for small displacement engines.(1.8l to 2.5l capacity)
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Garrett GT30
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? GT3076

Product Code: GT3076
Description: GT30/76R Dual ball bearing turbocharger

Details:

Horsepower rating: 310 – 525
Displacement: 2.0L – 3.0L
Ball bearning turbo’s have proven their worth in the highest level of motorsports where it has been the bearing system of choice in everything from the 24 hours of Le Mans to drag racing.
Upgrade turbocharger for GT3071R non-wastegated dual ball bearing turbocharger; turbine housing flanges are outline interchangeable.
Contact for pricing on internally wastegated GT3076

Garrett GT32
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Garrett GT35
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ATP Turbo Balancing

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EXPERT and Professional Turbo BALANCING at a reasonable?cost, is why you SHOULD get ATP to repair your turbo!

The RELIABILITY and DURABILITY of our turbo rebuilds and repairs is guaranteed by our SCHENCK Computerised Turbo Balancer!

Reasons clients keep coming back to ATP is the many years of experience putting together combinations of higher performance balanced turbo High-Flow rebuilds that last, at a reasonable price

It is the inherent precision of the extremely expensive German built “Schenck” Computerised Balancing Machine enabling the skilled operator owner “Kyp” to balance all turbo’s to within military spec for the utmost long term reliability and durability.

For the repair of high quality turbochargers, precision balancing has become an?indispensable requirement. Balancing reduces bearing load and running noise and the quality and efficiency of the turbo rotating parts.

ATP Turbo’s are proven to perform by many race car builders, as well as average turbo owners that need the turbo to be able to withstand normal day to day operation over many thousands of hard kilometers.

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The German SCHENCK Turbo Balancer is Microprocessor based with digital indication of unbalance amount and angle in polar as well as in components.
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The large easy to?read digital display of unbalance information, the prompted dialog and short measuring time are some of the reasons Kyp can balance a turbo to unheard of precision over other methods at a reasonable price.
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This Balancer is particularly suited for achieving very small unbalance corrections, including presenting printed proof of balance quality.

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for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.

 

  • Some outstanding features of Schenck Balancing machines are:
  • *Proven technology
  • *World class technology
  • *Easy operation
  • *Clear unbalance readout
  • *Safety for rotor assembly and operator

This all adds up to a superior Turbo Repair by ATP at a great price!!

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Products

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ATP TURBO PRODUCTS & SERVICES?

CUSTOM HI-FLOWS & NEW TURBOCHARGERS?ATP have many Turbo Products and Services for all Turbo car owners.

Products include many brands of Turbo’s and our own Custom Hi-Flows such as the startling “EVO GOLD” Turbocharger, PROVEN in Mitsubishi EVO’s!

AND NOW-

ATP designed and developed for ULTIMATE POWER & RESPONSE

Machined Alloy Billet Compressor Wheels and Machined Housings to match!?

This includes combinations of higher performance turbo High-Flow rebuilds that last, at a reasonable price

TURBOCHARGER SALES

CUSTOM HI-FLOWS & NEW TURBOCHARGERSATP CUSTOM MACHINED billet Alloy Comp Wheels?designed for maximum air flow at low RPM but also for instant response when matched to custom housings dependent on application.

REPAIRS & REBUILDS

All our turbo repairs look like new.ATP Turbo’s are proven to perform by many race car builders, as well as average turbo owners that need?the turbo to be able to withstand normal day to day operation over many thousands of?hard kilometers.

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CUSTOM HI-FLOWS & NEW TURBOCHARGERS

ATP Turbo’s are proven to perform, by many race car builders, as well as average turbo owners that need a turbo to be able to withstand normal day to day operation over many thousands of hard kilometers.

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CUSTOM HI-FLOWS & NEW TURBOCHARGERS

Schenck Hard-Balancing machines offers many advantages for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.

TURBO BALANCING.

For the repair of high quality turbochargers, precision balancing has become an indispensable requirement.

Balancing reduces bearing load and running noise and the quality and efficiency of the turbo rotating parts.

This all adds up to a superior Turbo Repair by ATP at a great price!!

Contact ATP

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Contact ?ATP

ADVANCED TURBO PERFORMANCE
3 Walter Street, Moorabbin,

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

EXPERT Turbo REPAIRS

PHONE?(03) 9555 0848

Or email us with the below form.


 

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WHY You SHOULD get ATP to do your turbo repairs!

The main reason our private and other workshop clients keep coming back to ATP,?

is the RELIABILITY and DURABILITY of our turbo rebuilds and repairs over the years!

Early version of Kyp’s ATP Drag Racing weapon.

 

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Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Turbo?- ‘ATPGSR’ Latest version of the much modified Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Turbo that has set record drag racing times.

About ATP turbo

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?ABOUT ATP Turbo

[Advanced Turbo Performance] Australia

 

ATP provides the most reliable turbo rebuilds satisfying customer requirements for performance and endurance on the racetrack and road. ?

Advanced Balancing:? ATPturbo-Repair-Room-01ATP have also invested a substantial amount of money in a professional dedicated clean room for turbo repairs at the new Moorabbin factory. This includes the German Built Shenck computer enhanced Balancing rig to enable all turbo’s serviced? by ATP to meet stringent balancing tolerances demanded by all turbochargers to operate to maximum?performance. The state of the art computerised balancing test rig has ensured that Advanced Turbo Performance can stay ahead of the competition.

 

ATP-Turbo-Balancer-01The German SCHENCK Turbo Balancer is Microprocessor based with digital indication of unbalance amount and angle in polar as well as in components.?The large easy to read digital display of unbalance information, the prompted dialog and short measuring time are some of the reasons Kyp can balance a turbo to unheard of precision over other methods at a reasonable price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ADVANCED TURBO PERFORMANCE

3 Walter Street, Moorabbin,

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

 

EXPERT Turbo REPAIRS in Melbourne

on?(03) 9555 0848

? ATP or Advanced Turbo Performance was started by Kyp Matheou many years ago originally operating out of a small factory in South Melbourne. _ATP_SHOP_SV400010 After a few years ATP grew out of space and moved to larger premises in Murrumbeena on Dandenong Road near Chadstone. This allowed ATP to offer more services to customers and added workshop space to house customer cars as well as ATP’s drag cars. Recently Kyp has mooved to Moorabbin to a larger factory at 3 Walter Street shown below that has been converted to suit the growing needs of a professional company dedicated to turbocharger repairs and dyno tuning the resulting turbo repair on the customers car if required. ?

 

ATP Turbo 4WD Dyno Dynamics Dynomometer available for customers and Auto Tuning Dyno professionals to hire in the new ATP dedicated Four Wheel Drive Dyno bay. ? ATPturbo-4WD-Dyno-Room-02 ? ? Kyp was originally trained as an aircraft engineer and graduated to automotive pursuits because of his love for pushing the envelope in fast modified cars. He moved into the world of turbocharged performance in his quest to push the Nissan RB 30 engined Holden VL Turbo Commodore when originally released. Experienced on ALL Mitsubishi Turbo cars as well as Nissans, VL Commodores, SUBARU’s and most other turbo’s. Kyp also has a extremely modified Mitsubishi Lancer Turbo for Drag Racing, and a Ford Turbo Ute daily driver for performance turbo parts delivery.

Turbo Repair and Balancing

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ATP TURBOCHARGER REPAIRS

If you need to have your turbo repaired, serviced or any hi-flow work done,

please ring Kyp to book in your job first.

We wont guess at a rip off price to repair your turbo like some others do not even having?diagnosed the actual problem first.

We prefer to strip the turbo and quote to ensure you only get charged for the real problem repair.

Schenck Hard-Balancing machines offers many advantages for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.

If you have a turbocharger that needs repair,?we will STRIP the TURBO for FREE, if you deliver it to ATP (NOT ON the Car) and QUOTE a price to fix the problem. **Conditions Apply

 

If you drive in with the turbo on the car, we will be happy to quote a price to remove it from the car, then strip for free to quote a repair price. To refit the turbo to your car will be an extra cost.

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Schenck Hard-Balancing machines offers many advantages for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.

The German SCHENCK Turbo Balancer is Microprocessor based with digital indication of unbalance amount and angle in polar as well as in components.

The large easy to read digital display of unbalance information, the prompted dialog and short measuring time are some of the reasons Kyp can balance a turbo to unheard of precision over other methods at a reasonable price.

This Balancer is particularly suited for achieving very small unbalance corrections, including presenting printed proof of balance quality.

Schenck Hard-Balancing machines offers many advantages for ATP to increase the efficiency and quality of all Turbo repairs.

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  • ? Some outstanding features of Schenck Balancing machines are:?ATP-Turbo-Balancer-Clean-Room
  • *Proven technology
  • *World class technology
  • *Easy operation
  • *Clear unbalance readout
  • *Safety for rotor assembly and operator

This all adds up to a superior Turbo Repair by ATP at a great price!?The SECRET of ATP’s SUCCESS!!

ATP Turbo has repaired most turbo types from all manufacturers over the last couple of decades?they have been in business.

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There are two types of turbocharger balancing,

  • one being?low speed (computerised balancing machine).
  • and CHRA balancing with a high speed Vibration Sorting Rig, (VSR)
  • ATP have both types to ensure all turbo’s are optimally balanced!?

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The VSR uses compressed air to spin the assembled CHRA to a relatively high speed, while maintaining pressure oiling the bearings similar to normal operation and sensing vibration of the unit.

Small corrections are then made on the compressor nose or nut to fine trim balance the unit.

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Some different turbo types and manufacturers models are listed below:

“ID” “P/N#” “Make” – “UKN”=Unknown

“3LM” ?”155922″ ?”Cat” “3LM” ?”155924″ ?”Cat” “3LM” ?”184121″ ?”Cat” “B4” “UKN”?”UKN” “BTX3582” “9833-2” “Racing” “CT10” “17291-0L020” “Toyota” “CT10V” “17291-0L040” “Toyota” “CT10” “17291-0L020HF” “Toyota” “CT12” “17291-67010” “Toyota” “CT12” “17208-46030” “Toyota” “CT12” “17208-46030HF” “Toyota” “CT26” “17291-17010” “Toyota” “CT26” “17291-17040” “Toyota” “CT20” “17291-54060” “Toyota” “CT26” “17291-54060” “CT26” “17291-17010” “Toyota” “CT26” “17291-17040” “Toyota” “CT20B” “Toyota” “CT9” “17291-64090” “Toyota” “CT9” “Toyota” “CT9” “17291-64090HF” “Toyota” “GT14” “704771-0009” “Toyota” “GT15-25” “737683-0003?” “Citroen” “GT15-25” “433287-0004” “Audi/BMW/Ford/Seat/Volkswagen/Opel/Vauxhall” “GT15-25” “737683-0003” “Citroen” “GT15-25” “704768-0005” “Audi/VW” “GT15-25” “436132-0003” “Various” “GT15-25” “436132-0002” “Hyundai” “GT15-25” “433256-0003” “Hyundai” “GT15-25” “436320-0001” “Hyundai” “GT15-25” “702489-0009/6/2” “Audi/VW” “GT15-25” “706164-0003” “Renault” “GT15-25” “703925-0003/11” “Renault” “GT15-25” “434812-0001/2” “Audi/VW” “GT15-25” “702489-0001/5/4” “Audi/VW” “GT15-25” “703925-0002” “Renault” “GT15-25” “702489-0003” “Audi/Ford” “GT15-25” “703925-0002” “Renault” “GT15-25” “702489-0003” “Audi/Ford” “GT15-25” “436132-0003” “Various” “GT15-25” “702489-0009/6/2” “Audi/VW” “GT15-25” “451584-0007” “Various” “GT15-25” “702492-0001/4” “Various” “GT15-25” “451584-0010” “Cat” “GT15-25” “702492-0002” “Nissan Terrano ” “GT15-25” “436131-0002” “Audi” “GT15-25” “436131-0019” “Mercedes” “GT15-25” “702492-0011” “Renault/VW” “GT15-25” “VW” “GT15-25” “436131-0002” “Audi” “GT15-25” “UKN” “Isuzu” “GT15-25” “UKN” “TBA” “GT15-25” “784366-0001” “Mercedes” “GT15-25” “436563-0003” “Cat” “GTA15-25” “436563-0001?” “BMW” “GTA15-25” “436563-0009HF” “Ssangyong Rexton” “GTA15-25” “436563-0009” “Ssangyong Rexton” “GTA15-25” “707747-0001” “Iveco” “GTA15-25” 436132 “Ray” “GTA15-25” “436563-0001?” “BMW” “GT15-25” “784366-0001HF” “Mercedes” “GT15-25” “702549-0020” “Hino” “GT15-25” “720915-0004/737692-0002” “Audi” “GT15-25” “702549-0008” “Toyota” “GT15-25” “720915-0004/737692-0002” “Audi” “GT15-25” “702549-0020HF” “Hino” “GT15-25” “Upgrade” “Hyundai” “GT15-25” “GT15-25” “702549-0008HF” “Toyota” “GT2871” “452546-0005” “Racing” “GT2871” “452546-0003B” “Racing” “GT2871” “452546-0005” “Racing” “GT2835” “452546-0005HF” “Racing” “GT2871” “452546-0003” “Racing” “GT2871” “452546-0005” “Racing” “GT2871” “Racing” “GT2867” “Racing” “GT28” “Racing” “GT3076” “467756-0004” “Racing” “GT3076” “Custom” “Racing” “GT3037” “452708-0001” “Racing” “GT3076” “Racing” “GT3037” “452708-0001” “Racing” “GT3076R” “Custom” “Racing” “GT3037” “452708-0001” “Racing” “GT3084” “451644-0005 with GT30 bore” “Racing” “GT3271” “434244-0012” “Hino” “GT3271” “434244-0015” “Hino” “GT3571” “434244-0002” “Ford/Nissan/Perkins” “GT3271” “434244-0012” “Hino” “GT3576” “434292-0007” “Hino” “GT3276” “434292-0015” “Hino” “GT3576” “434292-0007” “Hino” “GTX3576” “434292-0007” “Hino” “GT3576” “Racing” “GTX3576” “434292-0007/(9?)” “Hino” “GTA3276” “434292-0015” “Hino” “GT3584” “Custom” “Racing” “GT3582” “451644-0005” “Racing” “GT3582” “451644-0005 Upgrade” “Racing” “GT3582” “451644-0005” “Racing” “GT3584” “Custom” “Racing” “GT4088” “449521-0007” “DAF” “GT4082” “725243-0006” “Scania” “GT3782” “UKN” “Yuchai” “GTA4088” “727610-0005” “Nissan” “GT4088” “727610-0005” “Nissan” “GT3782VAS” “Navistar 2003-2007” “GT3788LVA” “759622-0002” “Isuzu” “GT3888VA” “759622-0002” “Isuzu” “GT3782” “UKN” “Navistar” “GT3788” “UKN” “GT3794” “1407-0001” “UKN” “GT4088R” “451583-0004” “Racing” “GT3888VA” “759622-0002” “Isuzu” “GT4088R” “451583-0004HF” “Racing” “GT3788” “UKN” “GT3794” “Racing” “GT3782” “Nissan Diesel” “GT3794” “Racing” “GT3799” “GT3782VAS” “Navistar” “GT3782VAS” “Navistar 2003-2007” “GT37” “GTP38” 170293 “Ford” “GTP38R” “729567-0001” “Ford” “GTP38” “703697-0001/170293” “Ford” “GTP38R” “729567-0001” “Ford” “GTP38” “729567-0001” “Ford” “GTP38” “UKN” “Ford” “GT4288” “434354-0006” “Volvo” “GT4288” “434354-0007” “Scania” “GT4288” “434354-0012” “Scania” “GTA4202” “701312-0007” “UKN1” “GT4594” “451193-0005” “Volvo” “GT4294” “434335-0004” “DAF” “GTA4594” “434335-0025” “Nissan” “GTA4594” “434335-0014?” “Nissan” “GTA4594” “451193-0005” “Volvo” “GTA4594” “Racing” “GTB4595” “UKN” “Nissan” “GTA4508R” “742582-0001” “CAT” “GTA4718” “763739-0001” “UKN” “GTA4718” “Custom” “UKN” “GTB4718” “451948-0019” “UKN” “GTB4702/BTV75” “448671-0009” “CAT” “GTB4202” “712341-0004” “Truck” “PTE4202R” “Racing” “GT5533” “Unknown” “UKN1” “GTB6041” “452702-0009” “Caterpillar” “GTX3582” “9833-2” “Racing” “GTX4202” “6418-4” “Racing” “H2D” 3524996 “Volvo” “HT12B” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel Datsun Truck ZD30” “HT18” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel Safari TD42Ti” “HT6-03” “UKN” “HT6-17” “UKN” “HT6-18” “UKN” “HT6-21” “UKN” “HC5A” 3521918 “Cummins Inc/Guascor/Perkins” “HE561” “UKN” “UKN” “HE551/HX55” “4035398/3526175” “Cummins /Iveco/Man/Scania/Volvo” “HX30” 0 “Komatsu /ELITE /4BTA” “HX30” “3599699/3530920?” “Komatsu /KAMAZ SO44042 /4BTAA” “HX35” 3532312 “Komatsu /EXCAVATOR /PC220” “HX35” 3599649 “Various” “HX35” 3537168 “Komatsu /6BT/6BTA” “HX35” 3599649 “Komatsu Industrial/QSB TIER 3” “HX35” 3532312 “Komatsu /EXCAVATOR /PC220” “HX35” 3537168 “Komatsu /6BT/6BTA” “HX35” 3599649 “Komatsu Industrial/QSB TIER 3” “HX35” “Cummins” “HX35” 3537168 “Komatsu /6BT/6BTA” “HX40” 3599592 “Komatsu” “HX40” “Komatsu” “HX40” 3599591 “Cummins” “HX40” “Unknown” “HX40” 4036014 “Volvo” “HX40” 4035879 “Volvo” “HX40” 3599592 “Komatsu” “HX40” “Racing” “HX50” 3593688 “Scania” “HX55” 3593686 “Volvo/Scania/Man/Mercedes benz/Iveco/Daewoo/Cummins” “HX50” 4035887 “Cummins” “HX50” 3593686 “Volvo/Scania/Man/Mercedes benz/Iveco/Daewoo/Cummins” “HX50” “4035887/4036317” “Cummins” “HX55” 4036317 “Ray” “HX50” “CTM” “CTM” “HX60” 4040285 “Cummins” “HX60” 3599646 “Man/Volvo/Cummins/Daewoo/Iveco” “HX60” 3531538 “Cummins/Iveco/Scania” “HX82” “3535772/3533703” “Cummins” “HX82” 3533704 “Cummins” “HX82” 3533705 “Cummins” “HX82” 3533706 “UKN1” “HX82” “Unknown” “UKN1” “HX82” “3535772/3533703” “Cummins” “HX82” “Custom” “Racing” “HX82” “3535772/3533703” “Cummins” “HX82” “Custom” “Racing” “HX82” 4048022 “UKN1” “HX82” 4048019 “UKN1” “HX82” 3593927 “Cummins” “HX82” 4048019 “UKN1” “HX82” 3593927 “Cummins” “HY40” “UKN” “Iveco Cursor 8” “HY55” 3597224 “K04” “5304-123-2209” “Various” “K04” “5304-120-51xx” “VW” “K04” “5304-123-2024” “Fiat/Citroen/Peugeot” “K04” “5304-123-2032” “Peugeot” “K04” “5304-123-2032” “Peugeot” “K04” “5304-123-2034” “Audi/VW” “K04” “Ray” “K04” “5304-123-2036” “Ray” “K04” “5304-123-2029” “Ray” “K04” “5304-123” “Ray” “K04” “5303-123-2016/18/19” “Citroen/Mercedes Benz/Peugeot/Renault/Volvo” “K04” “5303-123-2021” “K04” “5303-123-2019” “K04” “5303-123-2221” “Ray” “K04” “5304-123-2018” “Audi/VW” “K04” “K04-15-11” “K04” “5304-123-2209” “Various” “K04” “5304-123-2032” “Peugeot” “K04” “5306-123-2014” “Audi” “K04” “5306-123-2006” “Volvo” “K04” “UKN” “Madza” “K04” “UKN” “UKN1” “K04” “UKN” “Madza” “K04” “UKN” “UKN1” “K04” “UKN1” “K04” “5306-123-2014” “Audi” “K04” “5306-123-2006” “Volvo” “K04” “5306-123-2203” “UKN1” “K04” “5306-123-2014 Upgarde” “Audi” “K05” “K06” “K14” “5314-123-2002” “Peugeot” “K1387” “see apps” “DAF” “K1387” “1395-123-2000” “DAF” “K16” “5324-123-2039/2066/2100?” “Mercedes” “K16″ ” K16-7135″ “Mercedes” “K16” “5316-123-2005” “Alfa Romeo/Fiat/Lancia” “K16” “5316-123-2007” “Ray” “K16” “5324-123-2201” “Volvo” “K16” “5324-123-2206” “UKN1” “K17” “5324-123-2202” “K16” “5324-123-2206HF” “UKN1” “K16” “5324-123-2201” “Volvo” “K23” “5223-123-2005” “Cat” “K24” “5326-123-2210” “Truck/Mercedes Benz” “K24” “5324-123-2007” “K26” “5326-123-2036/5326-123-2007/5326-123-2017” “Tractor/Truck” “K26” “5326-123-2209” “volvo-Penta” “K26” “5326-123-2202” “Audi” “K26” “5326-123-2209” “volvo-Penta” “K27” “5327-123-2227” “Mercedes” “K27” “5329-123-2208” “Mercedes” “K27” “5070-123-2022” “Various” “K27” “5327-123-2226/5327-123-2037” “Tractor /Truck/Marine” “K27” “5327-123-2224” “Man” “K27” “5327-123-2223” “Ray” “K27” “5327-123-2311 ” “Ray” “K27” “5327-123-2338” “Ray” “K27” “UKN” “Bus/Truck” “K27” “5070-123-2022” “Various” “K27” “5070-123-2005/2006” “Various” “K29” “5329-123-2203 ” “Ray” “K31” “UKN” “UKN” “K27/29” “5327-123-2412?” “Volvo” “K31/33” “5331-123-2022” “K31/33” “5333-123-2018” “K31/33” “5331-123-2040” “K36” “5336-123-2215?” “Man” “KP35” “5435-123-2001” “PSA” “KP35” “5435-123-2007” “Ford” “KP35” “5435-123-2005” “Fiat” “KP35” “Renault” “KP35” “5435-123-2009” “Fiat” “KP35” “5435-123-2001” “PSA” “KP35” “5435-123-2007” “Ford” “KP39” “?” “Volkswagen/Audi/Skoda/” “KP39” “5443-123-2017/2037” “Renault” “KP39” “5439-123-2020” “Renault” “KP39” “5443-123-2012” “Volkswagen/Audi/Skoda/” “KTR110” “6505-51-1410” “Komatsu” “KTR110” “6505-61-1030” “Komatsu” “KTR110” “UKN” “Komatsu” “KTR130” “6502-12-9210” “Komatsu” “RHB3” “Yanmar” “RHB3” “Suzuki” “RHB5” “NN136512” “Isuzu” “RHB5” “NN136710” “VM” “RHB5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHB5” “NN136610” “Isuzu” “RHB5” “NN136614” “VM” “RHB5” “NN136612” “Yanmar” “RHB5” “UKN” “Yanmar” “RHB5” “UKN” “UKN” “RHB5” “Fiat” “RHB6” “NN192602” “Isuzu” “RHB7” “NN175702” “Isuzu” “RHC6” “UKN” “Hino” “RHC6” “NH265514” “Isuzu” “RHC6” “UKN” “Hino” “RHC6” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel” “RHC6” “UKN” “Hino” “RHC6” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHC6” “NH165203” “Nissan Diesel” “RHC6” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel” “RHC6” “Yanmar” “RHC6” “NH265520?” “Yanmar” “RHC7” “NH175104” “Isuzu” “RHC7” “NH175666” “Isuzu” “RHC7” “NH175324” “Hino” “RHC7” “UKN” “Hino” “RHC7” “NH175631” “Isuzu” “RHC7” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHC9” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHE6” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHE6” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel” “RHE6” “NH365602 ” “Isuzu” “RHE6” “UKN” “Nissan Diesel” “RHE6” “UKN” “Hino” “RHE7” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHE7” “NH374608 ” “Hino” “RHE7” “UKN” “Hino” “RHE8” “UKN” “Hino” “RHF3” “UKN” “Fiat” “RHF3” “UKN” “Suzuki” “RHF3” “UKN” “Daihatsu” “RHF5” “UKN” “Madza” “RHF5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “NH454052 ” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “UKN” “Yanmar” “RHF5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “NH444001 ” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF4H” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF4H” “UKN” “PSA” “RHF4H” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF5” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF4” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “RHF4” “62-997” “Mercedes” “RHF5” “62-999” “Madza” “RHF5” “UKN” “Madza” “RHF4” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF4H” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF4” “UKN” “Shibaura” “RHF4V” “UKN” “Toyota” “RHF4H” “UKN” “Toyota” “RHF4H” “UKN” “Mercedes” “RHF4H” “VIFE Upgrade” “Isuzu” “RHF4H” “VIFE Upgrade” “Isuzu” “RHF4” “VT10/VN4 Upgrade” “Mitsubishi” “RHF4” “UKN” “Daihatsu” “RHF5” “UKN” “RHFV4” “Subaru” “RHF5” “Subaru” “RHF55” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF55-KTS” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF5HB” “UKN” “Subaru” “RHF55-OE” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHF55” “CTM” “Subaru” “RHF5HB” “UKN” “Subaru” “RHG6” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHG7V” “UKN” “Hino/Isuzu” “RHG7V” “UKN” “Hino” “RHG8V” “UKN” “Isuzu” “RHG8V” “UKN” “Hino” “RHG9” “UKN” “Isuzu” “S2B” 199301 “CAT” “S2B” 166384 “CAT” “S2B” “UKN” “CAT” “S2B” 166452 “CAT” “S2B” 166564 “CAT” “S2B” 169110 “Mercedes” “S2EGL099” 166835 “CAT” “S2A” 197611 “CAT” “S200” 171861 “CAT” “S200” 317836 “Renault” “S2B” 314603 “Komatsu” “S200” 171729 “CAT” “S200” 171861 “CAT” “S200” 176218 “CAT” “S200” “Custom” “Racing” “S200” 171729 “CAT” “S200” 171861 “CAT” “S200” “1077-123-2001” “UKN1” “S3B” 167410 “CAT” “S300” “UKN” “CAT” “S3B” 170396 “CAT” “S3B” “199097/167410/167411” “CAT” “S3B” 199081 “CAT” “S3A” 314554 “Komatsu” “S3B” 170396 “CAT” “S00V110” 173796 “Truck” “S300” 169205 “UKN” “S300” 172463 “UKN1” “S300” 169565 “John Deere” “S300” “1387-123-2001” “Mercedes/Renault” “S300” “173297/316944/172212” “Bus” “S300” 316538 “Mercedes Benz” “S300” “1387-123-2001” “Mercedes/Renault” “S300” 173214 “UKN1” “S300” 316538 “Mercedes Benz” “S300” 171449 “UKN1” “S4D” “194312/168754/192963” “CAT” “S4D” 193756 “CAT” “S4D” 169413 “CAT” “S4D” 166194 “CAT” “S4D” 193947 “CAT” “S4D” 194634 “CAT” “S4D” 199946 “CAT” “S4D” 198768 “CAT” “S4D” 194009 “CAT” “S400” “xxxx49” “UKN” “S400” 317410 “Mercedes” “S400” 317487 “Mercedes” “S400” 169956 “Mercedes” “S400” 173388 “Mack” “S410” “1491-123-2002” “UKN” “S400” “S400-7487” “Scania” “S400” 318677 “S400” 171691 “Cat” “S400” 171692 “UKN” “S400” 171691 “Cat” “S400” 171692 “UKN” “S400” “Custom” “Racing” “S400” “Custom” “S500SX” 178857 “UKN” “S500SX” “174589/171897” “UKN” “S500SX” “Custom” “UKN” “T04B” “409179-0026” “Komatsu” “T04B” “409179-0029” “Komatsu” “T04B” “409179-0018/445973-0001” “CAT” “T04B” “409179-0023” “Various” “T04B” “409826-0012” “Komatsu” “T04B” “409179-0024” “Nissan Diesel” “T04B” “409179-0025” “Isuzu” “T04B” “409179-0028” “T04E” “442293-0006” “Komatsu” “T04E” “442293-0009” “Komatsu” “T04E” “442293-0012” “Mercedes” “T04E” “442293-0015” “Nissan Diesel” “T04E” “442293-0002” “Mercedes” “T04E” “442476-0014” “Various” “T04E” “442476-0019” “Komatsu” “T04E” “443844-0001” “Daewoo” “T04E” “442293-0006vs1” “T04E” “448048-0004” “Cummins” “T04E” “446618-0026” “Hino” “T04E” “446618-0027” “Isuzu” “T04E” “443844-0003” “Hino” “T04E” “442476-0017” “Ford” “T04E” “Unknown” “Racing” “T04E” “442293-0014” “Hino” “T04E” “Racing” “T04R” “451470-0001?” “Racing” “T04R” “Racing” “T04R” “Custom” “Racing” “T04S” “Unknown” “Racing” “T04S” “409535-0001” “Racing” “T04S” “409535-0001” “Racing” “T04T” “UKN” “T04Z” “Unknown” “Racing” “408404-0003” “T12” “408178-0011” “CAT” “T12” “408126-0014” “CAT” “T12” “408126-0005” “CAT” “T12” “408126-0021” “CAT” “T12” “408178-0009” “CAT” “T12” “408126-0006” “CAT” “T12” “408178-0005” “CAT” “T300” “446340-0005” “Komatsu” “T300” “446340-0001” “Agrale” “T51RSPL” “UKN” “Racing” “T51R” “UKN” “Racing” “T51” “UKN” “Racing” “T61” “409033-0006” “CAT” “T61” “409033-0011” “Various” “T61” “409033-0012” “CAT” “T61” “409033-0013” “CAT” “T61” “409033-0014” “CAT” “T61” “409318-0008” “CAT” “T61” “410913-0001” “CAT” “T72” “441553-0015” “CAT” “TV77” “441266-0011” “Komatsu” “T81” “444827-0001/17” “CAT” “T81” “409132-0002” “CAT” “T81” “409132-0004” “CAT” “T81” “444827-0017” “CAT” “T81” “408463-0008” “CAT” “T81” “409132-0004” “CAT” “T91” “409257-0001” “CAT” “T94” “441813-0002” “Perkins” “4LEF” 159608 “CAT” “4LEF” 182353 “CAT” “4LEF” 180719 “CAT” “4LEF” 184185 “CAT” “4LEF” 144766 “CAT” “4LEF” 145085 “CAT” “4LEF” 151136 “CAT” “4LEF” 184200 “CAT” “4LEF” “159609/182957” “CAT” “4LEF” 146552 “CAT” “4LEF” 159607 “CAT” “TA31” “409096-0011” “Komatsu” “TA31” “409096-0008” “Perkins” “TA31” “409096-0014” “Komatsu” “TA31” “409096-0013” “Kobelco” “TA31” “409096-0009” “Chrysler/Ford/Iveco/Lotus/Mercedes Benz/Renault/Volvo” “TA45” “441029-0005” “DAF” “TA45” “441793-0009” “Volvo” “TA45” “441793-0016” “Nissan Diesel” “TA45” “441793-0010” “Komatsu” “TA45” “441793-0015” “Volvo” “TA45” “441793-0012” “Mercedes” “TA45” “444798-0001” “Daweoo” “TA45” “441792-0009” “Scania” “TA45” “442764-0010” “DAF” “TD45” “444798-0003” “Nissan” “TA45Z” “Unknown” “Racing” “TA51” “441792-0006” “Isuzu” “TA51” “441792-0007” “Volvo” “TA51” “441792-0011” “Volvo” “TA51” “441792-0012” “Nissan Diesel” “TA51” “441063-0012” “Renault” “TB02” “410450-0011” “Various” “TB25” “UKN” “Isuzu” “T2” “UKN” “Isuzu” “TB25” “445347-0003” “Isuzu” “GT25” “445436-0001” “Isuzu” “T250” “446335-0012” “Landrover” “TB25” “446335-0010” “Perkins” “GT25C” “447449-0010” “Various” “TB25” “445436-0005?” “TBA” “TB25” “431350-0015” “Various” “T25” “445436-0011” “Coupe” “T25” “445436-0007” “GT2860RS” “Racing” “TB25” “431350-0015” “Various” “T2” “Racing” “T2” “445436-0011” “Coupe” “T60” “60-1BS ” “Turbonetics” “T66” “T66BS” “Turbonetics” “TD025” “49173-00015” “Opel” “TD025” “UKN” “Hyundai” “TD025” “49173-00015” “PSA” “TD025” “UKN” “Kubota” “TD03” “UKN” “Opel” “TD03” “49131-43200” “Kubota” “TD03” “BMW” “TD025” “?” “Ray” “TD03” “49131-05400” “Ray” “TD04” “49171-41410” “Mitsubishi” “TD0435” “49177-44200” “Mitsubishi” “TD04” “49177-43300” “Mitsubishi” “TD0435” “49135-00016” “Mitsubishi” “TF035” “49135-00015” “Iveco” “TF035” “BMW” “TD04H” “49189-40200” “Mitsubishi” “TF035” “49377-00015” “Mitsubishi” “TD04H” “49189-43500” “Isuzu” “TD04H” “49189-40300” “Isuzu” “TD04” “49171-41310” “Mitsubishi” “TD04” “49179-41210” “Kubota” “TD0435” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TD04H” “49177-43400” “Mitsubishi” “TD04HL” “UKN” “Chrysler” “TD04HL” “49189-00016” “Volvo” “TD04” “Volkswagen” “TD04HL” “49189-43800” “Volvo” “TD04HL” “49189-x” “Volvo” “TD04HL” “49189-x” “Chrysler” “TF035” “49377-00018?” “BMW” “TD04HL” “49189-x” “Volvo” “TD04HL” “49189-x” “Chrysler” “TD04HL” “UKN” “Subaru” “TD04HL” “UKN” “Volvo” “TD04HL” “20T Upgrade” “TD04HL” “UKN” “Subaru” “TD04HL” “49189-43400” “TD04HL” “Ray” “TD04HL” “49189-43500” “TD04HL” “49189-40300” “Mitsubishi” “TF035” “49377-00018?” “BMW” “TD04HL” “49189-x” “Volvo” “TD04HL” “Iveco” “TD05” “49168-40300” “CAT” “TE06H” “UKN” “CAT” “TD06” “49168-41200” “Mitsubishi” “TD05” “49178-40410” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H” “49178-43100” “Mitsubishi” “TE06H” “UKN” “Kobelco” “TD06” “49168-41300” “Mitsubishi” “TD06” “49179-40310/(49179-40301?)” “CAT” “TD05H” “49178-43200” “Mitsubishi” “TE06H” “UKN” “CAT” “TD05H” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TE06H” “49185-40700” “CAT” “TD06” “49168-41400” “Mitsubishi” “TD06” “49179-40410” “Kobelco” “TD06” “Mitsubishi” “TE06H” “UKN” “CAT” “TE06H” “UKN” “Isuzu” “TD05H” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H” “UKN” “Hyundai” “TD05H” “49179-43400” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H” “Hyundai” “TD05H” “49179-43400” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H” “20G Upgrade” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H/TD07” “Mitsubishi” “TD05H” “20G Upgrade” “Mitsubishi” “TD07S” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TD07S” “UKN” “Racing” “TD08H” “49174-44201?” “Mitsubishi” “TD08H” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TD08H” “UKN” “Isuzu” “TF08L” “49134-40410” “Hyundai” “TF08L” “UKN” “Hyundai” “T88” “UKN” “Greddy” “TF08L” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “TD08H” “Custom” “Hyundai” “TF08L” “UKN” “Mitsubishi” “UKN” “Greddy”