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Date Posted:14/11/2010 10:03:27Copy HTML

Is  it  possible  to  install  a  phaser turbo  perkins  straight  into  a  50  series  or  a  6.5tonne   4x4
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Re:Phaser turbo

Date Posted:14/11/2010 10:41:13Copy HTML

 If the vehicle has a non turbo in at the moment, you will need to make a few modifications, the centre floor pan needs to be changed to accommodate the larger inner engine cover, the gearstick hole needs to be moved and so on. Depending on the gearbox used the propshaft might have to be adapted but the last person who mentioned changing to the 110 turbo on a 4x4 didn't have to mod his.

It can and has been done many times.
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Re:Phaser turbo

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Is there a "how to" or tutorial to fit a turbo to a none turbo phaser engine?

Apart from a turbo manifold, turbo, oil feed pipes, (maybe a turbo down pipe?) ..... what else would be needed?

Has anyone got a a turbo manifold?

Would a none turbo phaser engine live OK being forced rammed by a turbo? Would it cause reliability issues?

(I have had many Nissan Patrols with TD42 4.2 6 cylinder diesel - turbo conversions are very common and the standard none turbo engine copes very well with adding a turbo - no reliability issues on them)
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Re:Phaser turbo

Date Posted:12/06/2012 05:35:37Copy HTML

 Don't do it, the pistons and more are different on the 110 turbo, perkins / renault tried to side mount one on a 4.236 but they blew up so made the t38 (4.236 with rear mounted turbo) but you cant add one to a phaser 90, the 110 is too different.
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Re:Phaser turbo

Date Posted:12/06/2012 07:10:09Copy HTML

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