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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Putting a 3LM 466 turbo on a 4430

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deanosdeere

04-18-2010 12:49:47
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I don"t think the 3LM 466 turbo will bolt right on my 4430 will it? If not what is the easy and best way to do it? I have heard of putting a 7810 exhaust manifold on but what else does that consist of? Looking for ideas, thanks in advance for any help.




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4010 puller

04-18-2010 16:36:28
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 Re: Putting a 3LM 466 turbo on a 4430 in reply to deanosdeere, 04-18-2010 12:49:47  
A good replacement turbo for a 4430 is a 3lm-33 but is quite a bit smaller that the 3lm-466. I think even with the different manifold you will have to modify it for the turbo to fit. If its a 2.3x2.75 or 2.5x2.75 3lm, you will have to basically raise the bottom part of the flange on the manifold till its level, in other words take the slope out of the lower side and make the flange flat, then you will have to probably modify your water manifold so the compresser housing doesnt hit, then make a different exhaust elbow to get the exhaust out of the turbo and out your original hole. What all is done to your tractor and what classes do you pull? As for a replacement for a TO4, the 3lm-33 would be a good choice, if your wanting something better, you'll have to go to one of the bigger 3lm's. Post back if you have any more questions.

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gago

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 Re: Putting a 3LM 466 turbo on a 4430 in reply to deanosdeere, 04-18-2010 12:49:47  
You need a 7.6 liter intake and exhaust manifold is the easiest way and could also go with a turbo off the 7.6 liter.



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