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Farmall H turbo

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1949H

08-30-2011 05:43:08
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Rebuilt her this past spring and got her running like a champ. Then a friend sort of sarcastically mentioned that a turbo would be a good idea..... as of about 2 weeks ago that became a reality. Pushing 10lbs of boost shes an animal now!!




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charles todd

09-02-2011 19:11:50
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Nice, nice, nice. This makes me want to turbo something soon! My AC 180, Farmall 504 (needs it), or buy another tractor to experiment! KEEP US POSTED!

CT



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1949H

09-02-2011 17:55:35
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  

The K&N filter fit right on like it was meant too! Then I took her out and put her to work raking today



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rustyfarmall

09-03-2011 08:26:30
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 09-02-2011 17:55:35  
It's going to take some real creativity to build a big enough bubble in the hood to enclose all of that, but I bet it can be done.



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1949H

09-02-2011 04:51:16
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Quick little update: remember that i am running the bigger 175cuin block that was putting out roughly 40 hp when the motor was rebuilt. Now i found a rough calculation online to determine the hp at a specific boost pressure, and at 10 lbs boost this little tractor is kicking 65 HORSEPOWER!!! Im hoping the pulling assoc. close to me here in CT will let me pull in the 4500lb class!



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charles todd

09-01-2011 21:56:59
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
I am drooling... :o I am thinking of turboing my AC 180 with 190XT and 200 parts. I also have my eye on an H up the road... Project tractor. 8)
Keep us posted on the build.

CT



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Owen Aaland

08-31-2011 17:05:57
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to Janicholson, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
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The fuel pressure must be greater than the turbo boost pressure. The optimum setup would be a pressure regulator than was controlled by turbo boost pressure.



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Jason the Red

08-31-2011 16:49:25
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Nice!!! What brand turbo did you use?? You said you got an electric fuel pump, how many psi?



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Mike CA

08-30-2011 22:08:38
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
I wonder what the horsepower increase is like now.



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1949H

08-31-2011 04:47:53
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to Mike CA, 08-30-2011 22:08:38  
have not put her on a dyno yet however i can tell u just from riding her around the low end torgue has at least doubled! horsepower wise, she will hold her own!

.....how many old farmalls have u seen, in 5th gear, get the back end to slide out when turning on a gravel lot? this one has!



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Fritz Maurer

08-30-2011 19:14:08
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Get rid of that 6" nipple, weld the square thing right to the manifold, and put the hood on.



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sflem849

08-30-2011 19:21:07
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to Fritz Maurer, 08-30-2011 19:14:08  
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I would use a close nipple so it wasn't so permanant.

OP, the didn't have a turbo for the 175 ci motor either? There are a few guys in our club running the M Keystone turbo and it is awesome. I'm not knocking your setup, I'm just saying I like a hood. :lol:



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1949H

08-30-2011 18:53:48
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Heres a quick video, sorry its crooked



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1949H

08-30-2011 18:33:25
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
to answer some questions..... - i am not pulling any legs this is 100% real i had a problem pressurizing the carb but i put a cheap-o fuel pump in and never had any problems since.
- i have been in contact with keystone turbos about a turbo set up from them however they DO NOT have a setup for the 152cuin H, this a custom mod.
- currently there is no air filter on the intake (oil bath filter not in use) or an exhaust i am debating how to design both.
- and lastly i have this listed as an H and everything i have done has been with H specs however i am using a farmall 350 (175cuin) block. the turbo has the trim and everything for a H however upon rebuild i had the opportunity to use the 175cuin block which turned out nicely because the dip stick hole became my oil return. - other than the turbo no special parts were used. if ud like to know what turbo ill send u a link to ebay

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sflem849

08-30-2011 17:45:09
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
I think I like the Keystone version. At least you can use your hood and the stock exhaust exit.



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Owen Aaland

08-30-2011 17:27:56
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to Mike1972chev, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
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The only real issue in that set up should be getting fuel to enter the fuel bowl against the boost pressure. The IH carburetor is easier to turbocharge because the fuel bowl vent is inside the intake rather than vented to the outside. The pressure in the fuel bowl will be the same as the pressure before the venturi no matter what the boost pressure is. You are correct though, it is going to need a fuel pump or a pressurized fuel tank.

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Wardner

08-30-2011 17:14:49
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Carbs run on vacuum, not pressure. Can't see how your set up works. If you pressurize before the carb inlet, the entire carb has to be placed in a pressure chamber and the fuel pump pressure needs to be greater than boost pressure. I suppose your are going to tell us that the fuel feed is gravity.

Are you pulling our legs?



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TWL

08-30-2011 13:28:52
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Can you help us out with a parts list so we can put one together



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Dave I Love My H

08-30-2011 13:26:13
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
You have possibly invented the Mother of All Farmalls! A "Really Super" H.
If you have access, a youtube of that puppy fired up would really be appreciated!
I bow to your innovation!
I'm just happy mine runs smoothly!
Dave



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gold1456

08-30-2011 10:20:41
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
You dont get to see that everyday!



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David G

08-30-2011 08:17:06
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
I am impressed.



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rustyfarmall

08-30-2011 07:16:54
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Is the original oil bath air cleaner still going to work? Or will that turbo pull all the oil out of it?



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Buzzman72

08-30-2011 10:35:03
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to rustyfarmall, 08-30-2011 07:16:54  
Air cleaner doesn't appear to be connected. Also no air filtration on the intake side of the turbo, and no exhaust pipe on the outlet side of the turbo, that I could see.



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DeltaRed

08-30-2011 06:48:16
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 Re: Farmall H turbo in reply to 1949H, 08-30-2011 05:43:08  
Awsome!I wanna turbo my SuperH!Can you post more pics?How about a Utube video with SOUND?What about the hood?Thanks,Steve



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