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1070 to 1175

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06-24-2009 20:04:14

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Hey guys. Few questions for ya. My tractor is just about completely a pile of parts in the shop so now I need a bit of help.

1) Can I just use an 1175 rebuild kit in my block and bolt on the turbo/manifold and all will be fine? Would this turbo require oil cooling lines run?

2) Can my stock pump also just be rebuilt with 1175 specs? Do I need the Bosch # off someones 1175 to give to my pump rebuilder for him to retrieve specs with?

My reasoning is that it appears that power level (125 or so hp) would still be reliable with my powershift and still be quite a bit better than a full stock rebuild...and Im a details man so its gotta be a complete upgrade, not a slap her on and turn the key. Help is appreciated in advance!

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06-28-2009 06:18:20

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 Re: 1070 to 1175 in reply to gtivr6, 06-24-2009 20:04:14  
I turboed my 1070 6 or 7 years ago and have gotten along good ever since. Bought all new manifolds, elbow, and turbo for an 1175, bent my own oil line, got a drain tube at the salvage yard, and turned the screw about one full turn on the pump. Dynoed at 152 h.p. Has pulled a no-till drill over a lot of acres since then. Also have to mention I went through the power shift at the same time, making all available upgrades including drilling out the C2(?) clutch hub to allow for bigger bolts, replaced all clutch discs to allow for the newer teflon seals, and replaced all poppets in the power shift valve with the newer style that doesn't stick.

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06-27-2009 14:29:30

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 Re: 1070 to 1175 in reply to gtivr6, 06-24-2009 20:04:14  
Yes youll need to run oil line to and from the turbo. im not real familiar with the 1175 maybe someone else can tell you if they run the dual oil filter on the cooler base also.

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Agri King

06-27-2009 12:51:07

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 Re: 1070 to 1175 in reply to gtivr6, 06-24-2009 20:04:14  
Beware, A 1175 can dyno 140 hp(or more). This may be to much for your torque limiter plate if you plan on pulling your 1070 hard in the field.

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06-25-2009 18:11:07

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 Re: 1070 to 1175 in reply to gtivr6, 06-24-2009 20:04:14  
It can be done but keep in mind you"ll need 1175 rods as they have 1.625 wrist pins and the 1070 has 1.5

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07-02-2009 09:18:42

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 Re: 1070 to 1175 in reply to JW, 06-25-2009 18:11:07  
Thanks guys. The hardest field work I see it doing is mowing and baling hay/straw. So far Im looking for rods and to chase down how I will cool the turbo. These tractors are very hard to find in my area for parts....

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