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d17man

12-22-2011 18:48:48




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has anyone ever put a turbo on a d17 diesel or seen one. i would like to know what would fit the easiest or if a turbo off a d19 would work




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gtski

12-23-2011 08:25:22




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 Re: turboed d17 in reply to d17man, 12-22-2011 18:48:48  
Been a long time but i think you need D19 pistons. If i recall they were lower compression to make up for turbo boost.



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DiyDave

12-23-2011 03:32:34




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 Re: turboed d17 in reply to d17man, 12-22-2011 18:48:48  
It WILL mess with the hood sheet metal, and needs a different cam, I think, also. That being said, there is nothing like the sound of a D-19 turbo getting up to speed, nor the satisfaction, of filling up what ever size barn you are in, with enough choking white smoke, to roust every mammal, hiding therein, and killing every wasp, in the area!



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JMS/.MN

12-22-2011 21:15:39




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 Re: turboed d17 in reply to d17man, 12-22-2011 18:48:48  
Why? the D17 diesel had enough problems without turboing it?



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TOM BOWLES

12-22-2011 18:52:45




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 Re: turboed d17 in reply to d17man, 12-22-2011 18:48:48  
The D17 diesel had a 262 engine same as the D19 diesel only the D19 HAD A TURBO so with very little work you could put one off of a D19 on it



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