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Old 09-22-2009, 11:40 PM
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603 Project Questions

I have spent a bit of time searching through this forum to get some basic info but I have some questions.

My car is a 1987 300TDT with an OM603 in it. Engine is in great condition minus a leaky Injector Pump (bottom seal). Mechanically sound. 170k Miles. I want to keep it running for a very long time plus maintain its efficiency as best as possible. I am wanting to increase my acceleration moderately without spending tons.

I am going to have the transmission rebuilt soon, are there some heavier duty parts that I should request so that it can take some additional HP?

What Turbo would be a fairly easy drop in with only needing to fabricate an adapter bracket?

I may be purchasing another IP so I could send one out, is there an alternative to Myna, or can I just adjust mine to keep up with an upgraded Turbo?

Any other tips on where I need to begin would be awesome, Thanks!!

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Old 09-23-2009, 01:40 AM
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The article is really neat, wouldnt mind adjusting my M pump that way, but id rather have someone guide me thru thats been there before i.
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Old 09-23-2009, 12:26 PM
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What does M and MW stand for?

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