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Mahindra MD 2350 diesel engine are low speed diesel engines debuted in 70s and 80s which have low power 38 bhp probably and low fuel efficiency of 8/9 kmpl in actual driving conditions. Here MD stood for mahindra diesel and 2350 was the top rpm of the engine. Probably the top speed was 70-75 kmph for the same engine. Later on to improve fuel economy this was converted to direct injection engine which had no woes of starting as previous engine had issues with heat plugs and delivered a fair fuel efficiency of 16-18 kmpl as per my knowledge. Here comes my question, i have heard that its possible to convert indirect injection older engine to direct injection engine by changing head and other equipment. does anybody have first hand experience at this? If this is done there wont be problem with rto issues and insurance of vehicle as engine swap would change the engine number.and here the engine no. shall remain same.There is a big no. of such jeeps from 80s in harayana, rajasthan and uttar pradesh. Mahindra fixed a simple turbo to DI engines to meet pollution norms. I have seen a plain turbo fixed with no inter-cooler but a thin pipe for lubrication. If the above is possible then maybe you can turbo charge it too. This might give us a performance oriented modification with narrow escape from legal issues with modification by not violating renewal process of RCs and insurance too. All suggestion and comments are whole heartily invited.