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Re: putting together a 4010

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10-29-2012 10:21:32

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Use the 55 series head too with the better flowing ports.

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4010 farmer

10-29-2012 15:31:34

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to buickanddeere, 10-29-2012 10:21:32  
i only have a 404 block, i don't think the 55 series head will bolt up to it. what is the diffrence between the 30 series intake and the 55 series? also, what do you think about using the intercooler?

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Ray Tellin

10-29-2012 18:29:58

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to 4010 farmer, 10-29-2012 15:31:34  
One other thing is you're going to need is a better clutch. Investing in a steel flywheel is a good idea. That stock flywheel you are using is 50 years old now and has probably been surfaced once or twice and probably has heat stress cracks all over it. Rusch from Illinois sells steel flywheels and crower clutches for your 4010. I know your not spinning it real fast but the heat from slipping the clutch out of the hole is usually the main reason most flywheels come apart.

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Ray Tellin

10-29-2012 18:15:00

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to 4010 farmer, 10-29-2012 15:31:34  
Since your not looking to spend a lot I would just do the 55 series exhaust manifold with a turbo from a 8000 series JD. That would be the S300 turbo. You could probably pick these up for under $500. You should be able to get to that 400-500 hp area with this setup. What size A pump do you have?

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4010 farmer

10-31-2012 04:19:32

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to Ray Tellin, 10-29-2012 18:15:00  
i have a 10mm A pump set up to run 3200 rpms. i also have retipped injectors that where done by wimer fuel injection. thanks for all the info and sorry for the long reply, i just got my power back from that hurricane sandy

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830 man

11-04-2012 19:32:04

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to 4010 farmer, 10-31-2012 04:19:32  
I have a billet flywheel and crower 3 disc clutch i might part with. Also have a 466 bare p- pump block. If interested e-mail me

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10-29-2012 16:32:02

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 Re: putting together a 4010 in reply to 4010 farmer, 10-29-2012 15:31:34  
Ports are way different. That's why the 466's could get enough airflow to make power without excessive boost. Air to air intercooler a very good idea in front of rad but room is limited. An electric pusher fan will be needed to make the air flow. May have to toss the factory fuel tank , oil cooler etc.

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