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Oliver 1850 diesel

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10-18-2023 14:44:28

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Anybody know how to champ up a 354 Perkins in a Oliver 1850 ? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

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10-23-2023 05:18:10

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 Re: Oliver 1850 diesel in reply to Tft, 10-18-2023 14:44:28  
You can advance timing a little and increase fuel a little but you won't get far without a turbo because you need more air. As Vic posted, the Cummins transplants, rules permitting, are very popular. You can get a good one by purchasing a retired school bus, and then you can get 600 HP pretty easily.

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10-22-2023 17:44:25

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 Re: Oliver 1850 diesel in reply to Tft, 10-18-2023 14:44:28  
1006 seems to come to mind,don't know if that's
a model or series of 354 Perkins or a head casting number. Pulloff.com is your friend.
Good luck and have fun.

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10-19-2023 14:25:42

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 Re: Oliver 1850 diesel in reply to Tft, 10-18-2023 14:44:28  
Don't have enough information. You evidently want to pull it. What are the rules? RPM. Turbos I suppose. It will be hard to beat a 466cu IHC or a JD. If your class rules don't say just 360 cubic in. Maybe you can have a 8.2 Liter Cummins. Mite find one of these in a old bucket truck. Or State truck They would be in a Frieghtliner. To answer your question. Find out in your area where someone works on Diesel pumps. It takes more fuel and air to make more power.

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10-21-2023 06:30:40

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 Re: Oliver 1850 diesel in reply to VicS, 10-19-2023 14:25:42  
And more money

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