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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Well its been over 5 years and my turbo 2610D is running great. Turbo is still cranking out between 5 and 10 psi and loving it. Only time it gets to 10 psi is when my snowblower hits a 2 or 3 foot...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    This will be my last post on this thread, due to the fact that my turbocharger project is now complete.

    Hooked boost guage to intake and all is well. No noticable pressure losses. Engine runs...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Intercooler is installed. Boost seems to come on quicker now, I am baffeled about that!! I woud have thought a longer lag with more volume to fill but it does not seem to be the case.

    Boost...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Was wondering if anyone has any advise on what degree of advance I need on this tractor? Typical boost at 2000 rpm under driving load going up a slight hill is 5 psi. My elevation is 8000 ft. ...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Not, sure if its a diesel rated filter or not. Thanks for information, I am not going to use this filter permantely. Its just there for initial start up and testing. I am going to be running ABS...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Jagmandave, would have loved to drill and tap oil pan. Only problem I seen is the fact that the oil pan is only about 3 inches deep and is above frame. I could see no place to tap oil pan.

    Is...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Finally got time for photos.. I still cannot believe the increase in torque and power!!! Usually while driving up a small hill if I were to pull full throttle the tractor would maintain 2000 rpm...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Well everything is hooked up. Tractor runs like I never thought it would!! WOW!! Hardly any black smoke at all. If I pull full throttle in about 2 seconds all black smoke is gone.

    Turbo...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    I am not planning on installing a EGT sensor. I am thinking that since I am not tinkering with the fuel, engine should not get any hotter than factory specs.

    Cold side temp sensors are not...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Thanks, for the info on the hydraluics. Will not worry too much about that now. Will address in the future if it get worse.

    Yes, I know working under a loader is dangerous. Thought about the...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    DING DANG DARN IT!!! Turbo is all hooked up except the oil feed line banjo fitting that is supposed to show up Thursday. Problem is that I cannot start engine now because of no oil to turbo and oil...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Thanks Mark, its is not so much as altitude problems but the fact that at 8000 feet my factory HP is about 20% less. So, my 26 hp tractor is only a 20 HP tractor where I live. I am hoping to get...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Yes, the proper way to drill and tap cover would be to remove. However, I really do not want to pull cover at this point. May have to down the road.

    After much consideration this is what I...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    The timing case cover, could work. In your photo there are red dots that show possible drill locations. Not sure I can use those as they are towards the top and to the wrong side of engine. ...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Thanks for all the ideas. However, I think that oil filters are under pressure?? Plumbing one of those into the return oil from turbo would only create a clog in the return line and oil would back...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    California, thanks for the reply, but oil return from the turbo has no pressure. Return to crankcase if via gravity only. Oil feed line is under pressure so I just tapped into the oil sender unit....
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Day 2: Got cold side exhaust and intake hooked up, Hot side exhaust is 80% complete.

    Still scratching my head on the oil return stuff.

    Could someone tell me the size of the oil drain bolt?...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    I wish my dipstick was on the exhaust side too. It is not, thinking about making a duplicate access port, the one the crankcase vent is on, and putting another hole in the duplicate for oil return. ...
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    Re: 2610D Turbocharging

    Well I have it mounted on the tractor. Still need to fab up the exhaust to muffler, cold side intake and exhaust, and oil fed and return.

    Had to order a 10mm banjo fitting for oil feed. Should...
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    2610D Turbocharging

    Due to my elevation (8000 ft) I am turbocharging my YM 2610D. Already have a turbo on it but it is too big. Finally found a MHI TD025M out of a 90 CID kubota.

    I will be installing it this...
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