Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V 767720-0001

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Part Number767720-5004S
Previous Version767720-0001, 767720-0002, 767720-0004, 767720-5002S
OE Number14411EB700 14411EB70A, 14411-EB70A, 14411EB70D, 14411-EB70D, 14411EB70B, 14411EB70C, 14411-EB70B, 14411-EB70C
Descriptionused for Nissan Thailand Navara
Turbo ModelGTA2056V, GTA2056LV, GT2056V
EngineYD25, YD25DDTi
Displacement2.5L, 2500 ccm, 4 Cylinders
RPM Max4000

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Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

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  • Certified by ISO 9001:2009 and ISO/TS 16949:2008 standards, CNBM is a leading manufacturer and exporter of Turbochargers and Racing products in China since 1994.

  • Producing TURBOCHARGERS of Garrett, Holset, KKK, Schwitzer, MHI and IHI models. Totally 300 different models, exporting to over 30 countries incl. EU, North & South America, Middle East & etc..

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

Turbo for Nissan Navara with YD25DDTi Engine GT2056V  767720-0001

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  • Lower Fuel Consumption.

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Q:does installing a high flow air filter that fits the same as the stock air filter have the same result that installing a cold air intake system has?
If the air/fuel ratio for your car is accurate,then a cold air filter makes little difference, However, if your ECM recognizes a heavier/denser air input because of colder air available at the fender well than underhood, there will be a higher ratio of fuel made available to mix with the incoming air. Hence a very slight increase in power at those times.
Q:I have been looking online for 2 months so far. My Camaro IROC is a 1988 with a 350 TPI. It‘s a V8 with a 5.7 Liter motor. You‘d think that some company out here would make it for this Camaro but the only Camaro for my year they make cold air intakes for are the 5.0 Camaro‘s. So if anyone has any place they know of that actually sells the real deal, let me know please. I have KN Air Filters in my Camaro but for some reason KN doesn‘t make the cold air intake for my year, make model.
same engine(outside ) so a cold air for a 5.0ltr(305cid) will work
Q:I have heard that many cars have some piece of plastic in the stock air intake piping. supposedly they can be simply cut out and the intake will be slightly deeper sounding. is there a piece like this in the 96 camaro v6?
Your car, being a '96 may have been altered. The only way to know for sure what you've got in your air intake is to look.
Q:and whats the difference between RAM, cold air intake and TYPHOON air intakes?????
ram is also known as short ram. a cold air intake is a full intake that gathers air from underneath the bumper and is the best performance set up for any car. a short ram intake means the intake extends only a short distance from the throttle body. its better than a factory intake but not as good as a cold air. the RAM although it gets more air than stock its all hot air from the engine, so youre better off with a cold air intake. Typhoon is a specific intake made by KN
Q:I own a 2004 Ford F150 5.4L V8 and im in the market for a cold air intake and im debating on three brands and i dont know which to get. 1. Roushthe main reason i want a roush cai is because roush are meant for fords, fords is their priority. 2. KN the reason i like them is because they make very reliable products and the money is worth it. 3. AEM Brute Force CAI i was on you tube and they had a video of them installing it and when it came to the test drive it just made the truck engine sound more aggressive and increased its performance just like the other two but it just makes the truck sound so mean. Please help me out if you can.
open the hood, and look at the cold air intake on your truck now, keep in mind just because you hear the intake does not mean its faster. none of those intakes are worth the money, and will not live up to the claims in horsepower, keep in mind anything that makes your engine work harder, wears it out sooner (which means you rebuild it sooner) keep your money in your pocket, you want a mean machine, put a roush mustang 5.0 in your truck, THAT WOULD BE MEAN Go ask your mechanic what he thinks of performance chips and cold air intakes.
Q:My idea is to fit a compressor and canister in the boot, and have a valve that releases the compressed air just in fron of the air intake. My theory is that because expanding air will be extremely cold, it will be denser and therefore more oxygen rich. Would it work do you think?
This seems like a lot of labor for what you are trying to achieve. I see two problems. First you would want the air to be introduced near the end of the intake or else you would be forcing it in; causing a lot of trouble without the correct engine management. Second; once the air is released from the tank you are going to lose all the density you were looking for. I would assume once it finally makes it's way to your intake manifold through your throttle body it will no longer be of any difference from natural air. Just my 2 cents. It wouldn't work. If it did work, naturally (within limits of course) your ecu would match the air difference with more fuel. But that also depends greatly on the vehicle and year and many other things as well. Try a propane injection But that's a common diesel thing. But really don't send water up your intake either. That is a horrible idea. You'll either a car that runs like garbage, eventually blow a headgasket or worse, your rings will be gone.fast! Wow. A.S.E. . graduate from UTI? :/ under trained individuals.
Q:i have a honda civic 2000 ex. i bought a cold air intake for it. i didnt install it yet but i was looking over it. the stock air intake has about three wires connected to it. But when i look at the new cai, it has only two holes.one that sticks out a little and one that is enclosed with rubber. im pretty sure the cai is for my car. am i supposed to connect only two? and which two? thanks
Take it back to the store, and never buy it again. On a 2000 Civic EX, an aftermarket cold air intake will provide only 1-2 horsepower at peak rpm. 5500 rpm to redline. Ask yourself really quick, how often you keep the car in that range. In the lower range, which is when you're accelerating, it has been dyno proven to provide -1 to 0 horsepower. That's right, it will actually cause you to lose horsepower. Doesn't matter what brand, they're all about the same. And keep in mind, you didn't buy a cold air intake for the car. It HAS a cold air intake already. You just bought a different variety. Go look at the engine. Intake leads away from the hot air of the engine, to the cold air near the bumper. Cold air intake.
Q:for a 99 ram 5.9 L and benefits of it?
Yes, you just ****** your engine, but you can fix it, Fill your gas tank up with water and let it run for a while, and ta da! Fixed!
Q:I just want to know where the air intake is located on my jetski? Because i was wondering how the jetski can continue to run after it has been submerged, and how all the moisture in the air doesnt ruin the engine. I have a kawasaki ultra 150
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Q:I drive a Honda S2000 AP2, my mechanic friend says that there aren‘t many parts that increase power in S2000‘s without having to spend loads of money, as well as a lot of owners saying that the only cold air intake worth buying is 1000$! (according to a s2000 forum). Any S2000 owners care to share their experiences?
There is no point to a cold air intake. While many intakes do have a preheater, that is to improve gas economy. So it costs mileage to have a cold air intake. But then you can just disable the preheater, and don't have to buy anything. The cold air intakes actually usually just have a larger air filter, so they can take in more air. Which really is just like being able to push down further on the gas pedal. And that is not really a good idea. The engine will not last long if you do that. It is also true that a metal intake pipe instead of plastic, and one with smooth bends, will work slightly better due to resonance. But that is fairly minor on most cars. The intake would need equal lengths to all cylinders in order for that to do any good.

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