The all-new 5-cyl. turbodiesel found in Land Rover's 1999 Discovery is the first passenger-vehicle application of Lucas-Varity plc's electronic injection system that combines a high-pressure pump, injector and solenoid actuator in a single unit. Designated Td5, the 2.5L turbodiesel features a bore and stroke of 3.35 in × 3.5 in. (85 mm × 89 mm) and a compression ratio of 19.5:1. It develops a peak 136 hp at 4,200 rpm and 315 Nm (232 ft.-lbs.) of torque at 1,950 rpm. The turbocharger is a ...
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