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adam schmitz

08-17-2014 09:53:25

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what would be best turbo to use on a case 336BD with stock pump .120 lines and lazered injectors running 2800 rpm thanks

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08-19-2014 18:20:16

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 Re: case 336 in reply to adam schmitz, 08-17-2014 09:53:25  
Look at your pump the plunger size is coded into the tag. If its a 8.5mm like most there are some 9.5s out there that would be a help. I ran a H2 Holset with a 17 ex housing on the one in the video. If you could get it loaded hard it would run over 60 psi on boost. That's a big charger and you wont run that without a lot of work to the engine. I have a 3le Schwitzer on hand that a friend ran on one that wasn't built up much it ran good.

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08-18-2014 15:58:35

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 Re: case 336 in reply to adam schmitz, 08-17-2014 09:53:25  
When you say stock pump do you mean nothing done to the pump by a pump shop. I guess Im asking is it still 8.5mm plungers or bigger ones installed and if pump work was done how many CCs will it push. Stock camshaft in the engine or regrind any head work?

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adam schmitz

08-18-2014 18:46:24

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 Re: case 336 in reply to Thad, 08-18-2014 15:58:35  
no work done to the pump/nothing done to the heads/i just sent cam to camcraft in nc

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08-18-2014 19:12:35

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 Re: case 336 in reply to adam schmitz, 08-18-2014 18:46:24  
The larger inj will hurt you if you don't do some pump to it. The stock pump even turned up wont hurt stock injectors. Call me sometime. 417 229 9379. Here is a clip of the one I built.

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adam schmitz

08-19-2014 18:42:35

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 Re: case 336 in reply to Thad, 08-18-2014 19:12:35  
ok thanks my pump does have 8.5mm plungers in it my lines are .093 not .120 sorry i typed that wrong looks like u got a awesome running tractor,whats a good time to call ya and whats your name thanks

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08-19-2014 18:57:24

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 Re: case 336 in reply to adam schmitz, 08-19-2014 18:42:35  
Call anytime before 10 central time. Thad

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