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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Turbocharger

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Farmall Bob

02-05-2014 17:08:16
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Can I purchase a turbocharger for my Farmall C Tractor, and where might that be? Thank you.

Bob




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buickanddeere

02-08-2014 06:19:59
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 Re: Turbocharger in reply to Farmall Bob, 02-05-2014 17:08:16  
Lets see, 19HP from a 5.3 to 1 compression 113cu" , 1550rpm four banger. Is there three or five main bearings? Even if all built to the hilt with 100HP and $30,000 invested. What class are you going to pull in ? It's going to need main cap saddles, studs on the mains and head. O''ringed head. Forged pistons, custom billet rods. Sequential port fuel injection. Intercooling and E85 fuel. For a 10-12HP increase a simple draw through carb setup and 7psi boost may work. Will also need a re-ground cam and heavier valve springs for more rpms.

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tim11613

02-08-2014 07:11:18
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 Re: Turbocharger in reply to buickanddeere, 02-08-2014 06:19:59  
what do you mean,simple draw through carb?



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buickanddeere

02-08-2014 09:00:56
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 Re: Turbocharger in reply to tim11613, 02-08-2014 07:11:18  
Carburetor is upstream of the turbo. Simplifies the installation but limits HP due to wet airflow. Can't intercool with a draw through. One backfire will shred the intercooler. Don't expect to make any more power after huge bucks. Than a M with the sleeves pulled, high compression pistons and a cam.



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jerry 4

02-06-2014 08:59:02
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 Re: Turbocharger in reply to Farmall Bob, 02-05-2014 17:08:16  
a c is a handy little tractor.i never seen one turboed. I would go with a farmall M with a keystone charger.sell the C and look a M.or go with a combine motor. im not sure what model but one is a bolt in



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TurboIH560

02-07-2014 21:34:29
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 Re: Turbocharger in reply to jerry 4, 02-06-2014 08:59:02  
If you want to turbo an antique tractor be ready to spend the money. I have had nothing but headaches with my 560 that I turbocharged. I don't care what they say, stock engines will not hold up very well at least for the 6 cylinders. Granted, it makes some serious horsepower, but I was told I could run 25 psi boost and all I could ever get was just barely 11 psi. Had issues with the turbo since day one and took it in to 2 different diesel shops and they both said the turbo was junk when I got it. They believed that has been my problem with head gaskets. Like I say, they make good power but you will need to start with AT LEAST a fresh engine before ya go peaking out the horsepower potential.

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