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So I have this diesel tractor....and I have this k24.....and I think they want to get up close and personal. Having trouble finding a k24 inlet flange, 034 has one, but price seems real high. Cant something be massaged to make it fit on a standard t3 or t25 flange?
 

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also, what to do about oil feed and return, maybe a standard t3 drain flange could be adapted to work. Damn turbo disease. Its bad. All induction must be forced.
If I could only find a spot on my chainsaw for a turbo.
 

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i better check more closely. I think i might even tap the turbo inlet and out let holes and just use NPT/AN fittings.
 

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if its a tractor expieriment, cut an oem manifold apart for the k24 inlet flange

and hell ya, tap em out, or a basic flange bolted to chra with npt tapped into that
 

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http://www.irozmotorsport.com/k24-k26-s ... bo-flange/
found a flange, but i think i am going to go with a t3 from an early 900 turbo. Its oil cooled only and has an internal WG. Should fit nicely and flow about right for a slow turning 3.3 diesel. I really have a disease. Had this tractor since Friday, already got a bunch of parts to turbo it on order. damn.
 

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Hey if you're interested... I've got a nice water-cooled T3 that I used to run on my 900 SPG. It comes with a few lines and adapters and thingys as the car I installed it on originally didn't have a water-cooled turbo.

It's in very good shape, has maybe 5000 miles on it since a rebuild by me and was in good shape to begin with. It's kind of a hybrid, with center section and compressor off an unknown Peugeot but the Saab exhaust housing with a standard T3 flange. I've also still got the Pug exhaust housing which IIRC has a 3-bolt flange and is smaller.

I'd let it go to a good home for $50.00. PM me if you're interested, I can get more info and shoot a couple of pictures.

Oh and re not being able to put a turbo on your chainsaw... you're not trying hard enough! :D :lol:
 

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Hey if you're interested... I've got a nice water-cooled T3 that I used to run on my 900 SPG. It comes with a few lines and adapters and thingys as the car I installed it on originally didn't have a water-cooled turbo.

It's in very good shape, has maybe 5000 miles on it since a rebuild by me and was in good shape to begin with. It's kind of a hybrid, with center section and compressor off an unknown Peugeot but the Saab exhaust housing with a standard T3 flange. I've also still got the Pug exhaust housing which IIRC has a 3-bolt flange and is smaller.

I'd let it go to a good home for $50.00. PM me if you're interested, I can get more info and shoot a couple of pictures.

Oh and re not being able to put a turbo on your chainsaw... you're not trying hard enough! :D :lol:
I have not got a turbo on my chainsaw, but i did help a friend build a hot saw with an engine from an rm250 bored and stroked to 330. It has been in the top 5 in the country several times. Does that count?
Its the saw farther from the camera.
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I would be very interested in the turbo, but have bids on one on ebay already. Ill let you know if I dont win it. That sounds like a deal to me.
 
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