Isuzu 4bg1t Industrial Diesel Engine- New on 2040-parts.com
Atwater, Ohio, United States
Number of Cylinders:4
Manufacturer Part Number:A-4BG1TPG
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
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Isuzu 4BG1T Industrial Diesel Engine- NEW
New never started Diesel Engine
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Will pallet and wrap no charge
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Tue, 15 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
We've driven the famous Jaguar XJR-8 Le Mans race car in the new June 2012 issue of CAR Magazine – and to mark the occasion we have three pairs of VIP tickets to the Goodwood Festival of Speed to give away. Our editor-at-large Mark Walton drove the Group C-winning racer up the 1.16-mile Goodwood hill for CAR and you can watch his video blog here. And don't miss the six-page feature in the June issue.
Mon, 19 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Jaguar are hoping to raise £1 million for the NSPCC in a ‘Win a new XJ’ competition
But the work of actually getting the XJ in to customers’ hands in now the focus, and although we did an update on the new XJ’s progress recently there is nothing much more to report until cars hit the road in January. But if you want to have the privilege of owning the very first new XJ off the production line – a 3.0 litre diesel Portfolio worth £62k – you can enter a competition Jaguar are running to give away that very first car. Jaguar are hoping that sales of tickets for the competition – which cost £125 each – will raise £1 million for the NSPCC’s ‘Child’s Voice’ appeal, which is aiming to raise £50 million in total to fund its helplines.
Mon, 22 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The much hoped for Subaru BRZ Turbo – the Subaru version of the Toyota GT86 – is set to arrive in 2014 with 280bhp. Last year we reported that a Subaru BRZ Turbo was in the planning (even though the official line was that the BRZ and GT86 would stick with natural aspiration) and now it looks like development is well advanced and the BRZ Turbo will arrive in 2014. Automotive News are reporting that Subaru are working hard on a turbocharged direct injection version of the BRZ with a single twin-scroll turbo they’ve developed in-house, as opposed to the port injection system currently used in the BTZ, which is a Toyota system.