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3-53 turbo


Created On Sunday September 10, 2017 17:04 Diesel Talk
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Greatsouthernland
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Hi guys I have an alloy block gama goat engine I am wanting to chuck a turbo in it.
It has n50 injectors. I have a hx40 turbo. Anyone have any hints?

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If your looking for grunt n65 with your turbo but you need 100% blower and always check shells you obviously know the pitfalls with alloy blocks

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