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FS - 03 Pump Duse TDI AHU

I have an ATD Pump Duse engine for sale, a project I was going to start, but ran
out of time. It is all ready to be dropped into a Westy/Vanagon as it includes
all the bits and pieces you need for the conversion.

Asking only $3000!!

The engine is a an 2003 ATD code 1.9l Pump Duse with only 30,000 miles on it.
The purchase includes the ECU, engine wiring harness, complete body harness down
to running lights, and airbag harness.
It has the electronic gas pedal, gas fuel return cooler, mass air sensor, 120
amp alternator, power steering pump and ac compressor.
It has installed - new timing belt and pulley kit, new water pump, new serp belt
as well as new oil filter.
The PO made custom engine mounts for this, that will mate up with the 83 carrier
bars, and the KEP adapter kit.
It also has a new KEP adapter plate kit, with KEP custom vanagon flywheel, and
stage 2 pressure plate and heavy duty disc never installed.
This kit also includes a Waterboxer bell housing and input shaft.

Again this one is the electronic version so you get more power/torque and there
are more options to upgrade for even more power/fuel efficiency. Also with the
electronic you get the OBD/CAN BUS connector. You can use VAG-COM to diagnose
any issues with the van - BIG HELP!!!
I have recently finished off an ALH install into my 86 Westy and will help out
with any questions you have and offer some support electrically if required.

You can email me at westylife@... or PM me if you want more info or pictures.

Cheers!
Dave
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I have an ATD Pump Duse engine for sale, a project I was going to start, but ran
out of time. It is all ready to be dropped into a Westy/Vanagon as it includes
all the bits and pieces you need for the conversion.

Asking only $3000!!

The engine is a an 2003 ATD code 1.9l Pump Duse with only 30,000 miles on it.
The purchase includes the ECU, engine wiring harness, complete body harness down
to running lights, and airbag harness.
It has the electronic gas pedal, gas fuel return cooler, mass air sensor, 120
amp alternator, power steering pump and ac compressor.
It has installed - new timing belt and pulley kit, new water pump, new serp belt
as well as new oil filter.
The PO made custom engine mounts for this, that will mate up with the 83 carrier
bars, and the KEP adapter kit.
It also has a new KEP adapter plate kit, with KEP custom vanagon flywheel, and
stage 2 pressure plate and heavy duty disc never installed.
This kit also includes a Waterboxer bell housing and input shaft.

Again this one is the electronic version so you get more power/torque and there
are more options to upgrade for even more power/fuel efficiency. Also with the
electronic you get the OBD/CAN BUS connector. You can use VAG-COM to diagnose
any issues with the van - BIG HELP!!!
I have recently finished off an ALH install into my 86 Westy and will help out
with any questions you have and offer some support electrically if required.

You can email me at westylife@... or PM me if you want more info or pictures.

Cheers!
Dave
Dave,

I am interested in speaking with you about your ALH install in your 86 Westy, and your Pump Duse engine. I have an 86 Syncro Weekender I am interested in putting a Pump Duce into. I also would like to hear your thoughts about using biodiesel with the Pump Duce. I currently use bio in my 98 Jetta TDI with great results.
Thanks,
William 415-669-7332
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