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mark20

09-22-2022 05:28:33




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I have a Deutz 6006 that a currently pull with. I have a turbo off of a Cat C4.4 backhoe. I have to use a waste gate (15 psi) because the exhaust side of the turbo reduces down to 3/4 inch and I build to much boost and float the valves because I can't exhaust it fast enough. It's not a factory turbocharged motor,any idea of another turbo I should use. I was told a 5.9 cummins would be too big, can't find a factory Deutz turbo. I'm thinking of a 3.9 cummins turbo . Any suggestions?

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mark20

09-23-2022 09:40:43




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
It is a Bosch A pump, I'll look at that. Thanks



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mEl

09-23-2022 07:37:09




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
Double, sorry
This post was edited by mEl on 09/23/2022 at 07:38 am.



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mEl

09-23-2022 07:36:43




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
Mark, if that has a Robert Bosch inline pump have you taken the cover off the front of the rack and removed the screw and washers it is a round cover that sticks out with two flats that take a 3/4 wrench. that will give more rack travel.



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MikeJM

09-22-2022 18:19:24




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
It s been a while, but yes I remember it is a small exhaust side.
If you have your pump worked over you might also want to think about bigger injectors too.



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mark20

09-22-2022 15:54:19




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
I'm around 130 HP with spraying propane. The combo works well, at 15 psi. The pump fuel screw is turned all in, I'm getting all I can with very little smoke.I'm sending it out soon. Have you looked up into the exhaust inlet?. I was thinking I blew fire rings or something to make it pop. Super surprised to see how much it reduced inside



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MikeJM

09-22-2022 11:50:31




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 Re: Deutz turbo in reply to mark20, 09-22-2022 05:28:33  
That turbo is off a 4.4 liter Perkins. I have a similar one off a 4.4 JCB, still a Perkins, on a 239 Deere in a 3020 turn up making 115 hp with no smoke.
How much fuel do you have turned to it? A little more than stock I d say an HX30 off a 3.9, HY35 off automatic 5.9 dodge pickup might be a tad on the big side. Garret off of a Ford 7000 or 7700 might work well too.



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