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310 turbo overhaul

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07-01-2014 18:24:29

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overhauling my 310 turbo out of an 1855 , looking for any tips you guys my have as far as updates , changes that should be made, things to check out extra close, ect.. , also would like to know the differance between turbo & non turbo liners , has anyone ever used one piece pin bushings to replace the problem 2 piece bushings? thanks for any advice

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07-02-2014 18:37:55

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 Re: 310 turbo overhaul in reply to jasinpa, 07-01-2014 18:24:29  
Don't forget to line bore the block and balance the entire rotating assembly. Both were way out on a 1955 I rebuilt.

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Josh in Pa

07-02-2014 12:46:07

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 Re: 310 turbo overhaul in reply to jasinpa, 07-01-2014 18:24:29  
You should use the 1 piece bushings. I am not sure if the 2 piece are available anymore anyway. Also 12 point rod bolts. Is this an oil cooler block?

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07-02-2014 19:42:09

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 Re: 310 turbo overhaul in reply to Josh in Pa, 07-02-2014 12:46:07  
it has an add on cooler mounted in between the filter & filter housing , do you have any part numbers for one piece bushings , have looked them up in my FM book but every number i come up with that is close size to use in discontiued , also has anyone ever tryed putting an oil cooler on the turbo return line sence heat from turbo was the problem to start with , something simiar to the hyd coolers infront of rad. engine was blown up back in the day , i know that so most upgrades have been made like 12 point rod bols , cooler , ect. but it never hurts to make things better yet , be nice to have a bigger oil pan , 2 gals. isnt enough because of heat problem , started with a blown head gasket now its a major overhaul because some jack@ss put 3 non turbo liners in it , block needs a counter bore repair sleeve , head was beaten at sealing ring & so on

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