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Old 11-02-2007, 12:44 AM
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NAZIMOBILE??? WTF. are you insane? there's Jews on this forum my man. I am one. not that I give a **** about ethnicity, or religion, but still.
delete yourself, think some and then come up with something better.
by the way, the N/A 300d has higher compression. all you need is intake and exhaust manifold and some machine shop to add inlet to oil pan for the turbo drain. from there it's all fun and games. these engines are way overbuilt, and if it breaks, who cares really. it's just a car.
Yah your right, I dont mean to offend by any means.
I wasnt thinking, my buddies call the car that because its stout like an old german tank.
Can I just change the name and keep the post going?
If i need moderator help, please chime in.

Back to what you were saying though, what you said is what i was initially thinking. to just put on the turbo components , run oil lines and let it blow - whats your opinion on the fuel aspect of that.

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Old 11-02-2007, 12:59 AM
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I'm not offended, but others may be you never know.
I'd just make up a new name and let the old one die... whilst keeping the post of course.
I never thought the N/A 300d's had a different ip. how about adjusting the alda some to give it more fuel if that is needed? or just take the whole alda off?
I believe the turbo 617 has a better hardened crank. so it will last longer with the turbo. but these engines last way to long anyway, just put that turbo on and enjoy the ride
you can grab an upper oil pan (or whatever is attached there to the block) from the junkyard that has the turbo drain hole, that would save you a trip to the machine shop
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Old 11-02-2007, 01:08 AM
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ok, so i am guessing that the non turbo ip still has a alda. if so ill read up on how to adjust that or even take it off.
My work has a machine shop, and I have a buddy with a auto lift in his garage.
If I cant find an oil pan at a junk yard in town i guess i will have to tap mine.
But what about the pressure side of the line? Do you know where can I get a pressure port off the block. I have to find a flange piece adapter for the two bolt flange on the turbo to connect to the oil line to the block.
Thanks for your help Henry.
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Old 11-02-2007, 01:13 AM
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Old 11-02-2007, 05:15 AM
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Post a thread in the linked forum asking to change your username. http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/help-using-shop-forum/

Tap into the oil filter housing or replace the entire oil filter housing for your oil supply. If you make a custom oil line, there MUST be a 1.5-2.0mm restriction orifice before the turbo's oil inlet.

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Old 11-02-2007, 10:16 AM
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ok, so i am guessing that the non turbo ip still has a alda. if so ill read up on how to adjust that or even take it off.
My work has a machine shop, and I have a buddy with a auto lift in his garage.
If I cant find an oil pan at a junk yard in town i guess i will have to tap mine.
But what about the pressure side of the line? Do you know where can I get a pressure port off the block. I have to find a flange piece adapter for the two bolt flange on the turbo to connect to the oil line to the block.
Thanks for your help Henry.
good question. I have never looked into it this closely to be honest. But I'm guessing that you can get an oil filter housing from a turbo-617 and put it on your non-turbo engine, isn't that where the line to the turbo comes from? I'll have to look at my engine sitting in the garage, anxiously waiting to be dropped in my '74 450...
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Old 11-02-2007, 11:23 AM
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good question. I have never looked into it this closely to be honest. But I'm guessing that you can get an oil filter housing from a turbo-617 and put it on your non-turbo engine, isn't that where the line to the turbo comes from? I'll have to look at my engine sitting in the garage, anxiously waiting to be dropped in my '74 450...
There is a different plate on the back that is changeable.
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Old 11-02-2007, 09:14 PM
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There is a different plate on the back that is changeable.
but there's different housings as well, the sd's have electronic oil pressure gauges and a different back plate i believe. as in: can't interchange back plates of non electronic gauged models

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