Posted by J. Schwiebert on December 23, 2012 at 06:29:39 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 2-105/2-135 turbo posted by 1850Dpuller on December 22, 2012 at 17:37:01:
Are you going to farm with it or just pull it? How much horsepower are you trying to get? My 2 cents worth, if you are going to turbo an 1850, I would be get rid of the Perkins in there and find yourself a dot 4 engine out of a M-F combine. Then take the 2 and make one. Both Mr. Star (who has more experience with the 1850 than I do) have commented that you are going to have a high chance of running into problems trying to do that. The Perkins in the 1850 is not internally strong enough for a turbo nor is the cooling capacity there..
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