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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-28-2010, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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is this to big for my engine

i bought a turbo from a junk yard is it to big for me this is on the tag
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out side intake is 4 inchess
inside is 2 1/2
exhaust side 4 inside for the down pipe
3 inch to the intake



i have a 354 perkins in a 1948 kb5
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No it is not too big, I do not recall if a h2c is about the same size as a HX40 or HX35, either way it could work.

Why not just go with a HX35 or HX40?

On your exhaust manifold do you have a T3 or T4 outlet?
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H1C is like a HX35, H1E is like a HX40.
H2C is a 62/75/18. It's not too large, what are you planning on doing with it? I'd say it could support 500-550hp but it would be mostly mid to top end power.

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it is going on my 1948 kb5 it has a 354 perkins with a 5spd overdrive with .80 overdrive it is 4 wheel drive with 3.73 gears dont do to much pulling my perkins has no turbo i have to make a plate for it
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i would say the h2 will be real doggy for ya, if i remember the 354 is indirect injection so if you toss fuel at it to light the big turbo... its just gona get hot before it will do anything, i would hunt for a s-300 size frame under 60/70......... you need a tighter exhaust to deal with egts down low and a big gate to deal with egts up top.....

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how about one off from a dt360
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Could you post a picture of your exhaust maniflold outlet. I am not sure what horse power range you are wanting to go ... I have a small turbo new just sitting around it has a T4 turbine inlet and a V band outlet and flows 37 lbs of air that is not much but should support 300 HP easy and spool quick. I would let it go for 200 + the trip. Let me know if it will help you other wise I am selling it on Ebay.
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dt360 should have a pretty tight s-300 on it... i would go with that before the h2.

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i will try to put some on if you need more let me no thanks i have 140.00 i this one
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its a slim shot but you might be able to bolt a WG hx40 hot side onto the h2.......they have a 16cm3 with a t-3 foot and 3" outlet..... might be a little surgey but would light down low and flow at the top.

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