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Re: IH 966

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Larry B. 1486

07-27-2013 07:00:57
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You might want to leave the turbo on it. They probably have the injector pump fuel turned up as well. You take the turbo off and the motor won't burn all the fuel when the tractor is under load. That turbo will also help cool the valves. Most people that added a turbo to a 966 just found the parts off a 1066. M&W made a aftermarket set up for these tractors but I don't know how they differ from IH turbo setup. I don't understand why the smaller fuel tank. TRACTOR PULLERS use small tanks to lighten up the tractor.

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07-27-2013 07:15:32
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 Re: IH 966 in reply to Larry B. 1486, 07-27-2013 07:00:57  
966 has different head and different pistons then a 1066 and a few other small differences .Plus we do not know WHAT hairdryer is on this one , so with out #'s of the charger and manifold and head pistons pump settings pump timing best to leave alone as is as he could open up a huge can of worms.



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