General 100sx td or jdt bravo

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General 100sx td or jdt bravo

petespunto

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Hi i am stuck between choosin a type of bravo. I am not sure what one to go for. Any opinons will be cool
 

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And, if you ask them nicely and cross their palm with silver (actually a handful of cold hard cash), Angel Tuning can come with their magic box and make it do amazing things (like go really fast)...
 

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Oh you want a very late model too - it's the 16v version from Y reg onwards. Its marked as the 100 version not the 105.
 

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TD SX
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http://www.imperial.cc.ca.us/Pioneers/DIGGER.JPG

JTD
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If you want more indepth the TD is the same engine used in the Tipo from back in 1989. Good engine but eclipsed by the mighty JTD. Variable vane turbo too I believe.
 

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I have a Y reg 1.9 100sx JTD. I would highly recommend getting one. Watch out for when the turbo kicks in in 1st cos it's quick. I've shown up boy racers at traffic lights by how quick the car can get up to speed :D
 

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Hellcat said:
Oh you want a very late model too - it's the 16v version from Y reg onwards. Its marked as the 100 version not the 105.

All the Bravo/a are 8v 1.9 JTD's. The 105 is a Euro 2 and the 100 is a Euro 3. Fundementally the same, although the E2 one is a bit perkier.
 

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Well that's thrown me. I'd been told that the very latest JTD Bravos had the 16v head as used on the Alfa. Since I don't often take the engine apart who was I to argue?!
 

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JTDs are very hard to find at the moment, there's only a couple on the AT!
 

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Just as long as its a made during 99 and after then it will be a jtd, badged as that or td75/100. Before hand the td100 / 75 badges where used but they were not JTD's
 

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It took my a few weeks to find my JTD, i looked at a few but there had been ran into the ground. I had a 500 mile round trip to view a Bravo 1.9JTD, luckly it was prefect for me so i brought it :D
Its worth the wait and make sure you get one you are 100% happy with.
 
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