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hi your issue is that your car which starts with petrol then switchies over to lpg for which youll already know ,but the problem lies within the cylindar heads as it can only be 1 of 3 things =1, your valve seals are worn excessively due to the lpg as that runs at a higher heat density which stretches the valves which in turn causes then to wear and that reduces the power ie lack off,as it puts the ecu into limp mode (safe to protect your engine) as its a common fault on ALL lpg conversions.as that is also the knock on effect with your master servo (brakes).as i fix approx 3/4 a month. hope this help's to clarify what is wrong ok
A Toyota v6 out of a hilux 4runner will go in and be about half again the power and torque. Should be able to fit a 2wd transmission off the van to it. Or here in Nz and Australia the Holden 3.8 v6 is a very popoular conversion. Use the holden trans and modify the drive shaft to suit. Holden v6 is a rear wheel drive version of the Buick v6. Also seen Toyota 1UZ and Chev v8s fitted in without cutting metalwork, so room is not as much of an issue as you would think!
I think that you can buy another car for what it would take to do that conversion.
Lets' see off the top of my head.
new heads to accept spark plugs?
new body control module
new engine control module
then keep in mind that even with all the above it still might not work because you may need proprietary parts only made for a gas engine, and you have a diesel. An engine swap may be doable but I ahve never heard of it working out in the end.
it depends on if it is a diesel or petrol then it depends on the use look on the back or a bottle of oil it will have a graph there and it will say if it is good for older motors or not or if it is good for big motors oil bottles have guides on the back that will help you just make Shaw one thing diesel oil for diesel motors same with petrol "gas"