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    1025r with a turbo

    Not connected with this fella...thought you might enjoy the video as over the years there have been several threads here at GTT about the topic.

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    That's rather interesting and impressive. He said in video that you could hear the turbo and by gosh you can. My 3520 sure as heck doesn't sound like that and most wouldn't know it had a turbo unless they looked under the hood or I told them.
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    Now-i bet them fellas who have flames on their 's would be highly interested in this.
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    Cool, but why? If hes not adding power then is it just for noise and looks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    Now-i bet them fellas who have flames on their 's would be highly interested in this.
    No sir. I'm interested in an engineered package that will operate faithfully for many years to come. Reliability and parts availability is key to longevity.

    It is pretty cool to see something like this, but I wouldn't do it.
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    It does not add pump capacity so it just waists fuel.

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    Neat idea and good for him. I still have mine on the shelf and stuff like this reminds me I need to finish my project.

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    At the end of the day you are shoving air into a 1 liter engine, you can only shove so much. To me the benefit is not worth the small gains in power. I read a thread at Weekend Freedom Machines where someone put a turbo on an older JD with a yanmar. Very little gain in the way of horsepower at the end of the day and the owner wasn't as pleased as he thought he might be, it was more for show than actual power gains.

    I would say if you install a turbo then you need to look at upgrading the fuel system to feed it so it becomes an upward spiral of cost and upgraded components. You also might consider making the bottom end stronger or keep the PSI fairly low for durability. Looks and sounds neat, if you have the time, skill, money and desire then do it.
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    If it doesn't perform like this, I'm not impressed

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71kaVseYMFk
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    Quote Originally Posted by hodge View Post
    If it doesn't perform like this, I'm not impressed

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71kaVseYMFk

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