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Re: Put the turbo on my 570

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Adirondack case guy

11-04-2012 15:59:23

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Why didn't you rotate the turbo 90 degrees so that you could utilize the front outlet of the exaust manifold to support the exaust system, and utilize the existing hole in the hood? rather than having to cut a new hole in the side of the hood and then have to fab up a mounting system to support the exiting exaust from the Turbo on the LH side of the tractor hood and frame. What you did will work fine, but It won't look stock. I don't know what your plans are with the tractor, Pulling or what, but I like the looks of a "Sleeper". Just my two cents and that's all it is worth.

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11-04-2012 16:23:50

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 Re: Put the turbo on my 570 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-04-2012 15:59:23  
If I had rotated it 90 degrees the inlet would have been too close to the fuel tank, unless i wouldve made a sadle for the turbo like you did. I dont have much exhaust pipe to support. Its only gona have a straight pipe with a 90 and a rain cap. The way i did it I didnt have to cut my intake or exhaust manifold, but my bent up hood will get a new hole. I will only using the tractor for work. There is 3 1/2 inches between the hood and the turbo, so I could still run it ouf the original hood hole if i wanted. Sometime in the next 2 weeks ill get it back on the dyno to see what the numbers look like.

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Adirondack case guy.

11-04-2012 17:00:53

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 Re: Put the turbo on my 570 in reply to dflippin08, 11-04-2012 16:23:50  
I wasn't trying to knock your legs out from under you. I'm an old fart, forgot that the 530/70s had much larger fuel tanks: As I said, it will work well. Please post pics of the finished project, I'm sure you will be more than satisfied with the performance.

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j hikemper

11-05-2012 06:23:52

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 Re: Put the turbo on my 570 in reply to Adirondack case guy., 11-04-2012 17:00:53  
GREAT WORK !!...if any of you gurus find another turbo i have a candidate for the next upgrade..

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11-04-2012 16:42:56

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 Re: Put the turbo on my 570 in reply to dflippin08, 11-04-2012 16:23:50  
I would like to see the numbers it puts out. Any pump work?

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11-04-2012 16:55:50

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 Re: Put the turbo on my 570 in reply to 830man, 11-04-2012 16:42:56  
I havent done anything to the pump, but someone has. It turns 2400 at wot. I dont know if anything else has been done or not. Ive gota get the egt on it first.

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