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TURBO Setup on 64 CASE 430

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Adirondack case guy

04-10-2010 15:44:25

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I promised to take pics. of the turbo that I installed on my 431 sn8247628. The air cleaner is off a 660 combine along with the pre cleaner which is welded into the nose peice. Just had to fab up a mount to hold the air cleaner assy.tubing going to the intake side of turbo is 2" PVC. I cut the angled neck off the intake manifold and welded a cap over the opening. I cut a hole in the center with a cup saw in the drill press, and fitted a 90 d. piece of tubing that lined up with the compressor housing on the torbo and welded it in. On the exaust manifold I used a 4" angle grinder with metal cutting blade to carve out a hole. I then used a peice of retangular tubing and formed a saddle with a mounting plate welded in to accomidate the turbo. This saddle and stock manifold were dressed up with a die grinder inside and out to allow exaust to flow smothly.The exaust outlet from the turbo was fabed from the original air intake tube that went over the rad. The stand pipe bolted to the original uprite exaust flange on manifold has a baffel welded in it to divert exaust up the pipe and the bottom flange is a solid plate. The lube line was fashioned from a steel brake line, originating from a Tee where the oil pressure gauge attached. An elbow was fabed to bolt to the oil outlet of the turbo and connects to a nipple welded into the valve cover. The pics. show most of it pretty well. The turbo suposedly fit a JD 950 compact. It is a IHI RHB6. Spec. #VC2 99009? with sn# RHB6180420. It also has a sticker on it saying Distributed by WarnerISHI Corp. Decator Ill. I know some one is going to say the paint is still on the ex manifold, and hasn't been worked. It has never been on a plow or harrow, but has racked up some hrs. doing light jobs. It is real light with pressed steel rears and no balasting, so not suited to do heavy work.

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Adirondack case guy

04-11-2010 17:41:06

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 Re: TURBO Setup on 64 CASE 430 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-10-2010 15:44:25  
Plan on taking it down to my close friends CNH dealership some Sat. afternoon and put it on the dyno. Jim I will e-mail you the results. it is a snotty little tractor.

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J Heitkemper

04-11-2010 14:33:06

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 Re: TURBO Setup on 64 CASE 430 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-10-2010 15:44:25  
WOW !,great lookin' Job , Wanna do another One, LOL ..., tractor pull results will be interesting , BUT ,Personally , sure would like to know field results, if ya ever get the nerve to really put the 430 to the daily grind tests of LONG everday drudgery .....

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04-10-2010 17:36:36

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 Re: TURBO Setup on 64 CASE 430 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-10-2010 15:44:25  
I find that to be spectacular work there. Did you do anything to the fuel pump?
I have a 630 and am in need of a 188 diesel as the one I have is cracked...about 3 places.

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