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Wastegate on my 6.5ltr turbo "marine" engines


Created On Monday August 12, 2002 15:25 Diesel Talk
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ZTJ
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Note Monday August 12, 2002 15:25 View users profile View thread in raw text format
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Hi.
I'm looking for some good ideas to built in a mechanical "wastegate" (exhaustbypass) for regulating the turbocharger pressure. I'm not happy with the way my suctionpresusure is regulated right now. Right now it is electronicly regulated, but i don't like that in my boat and i'm looking for some sort of a mechanical regulator. Or an idea to built one or rebuilt the one i have.
Have anybody an idea or experience.

Best regard Torben

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torben.jespersen@mail.dk
Denmark

Edited: Monday August 12, 2002 at 15:27 by ZTJ
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Torben,
Might I suggest installing a remote wastegate, we manufacture several differant stand alone wastegates sizes and styles see our web site www.turboneticsinc.com

We also manufacture wastgates for Caterpiller and Waukesha on an OE level for several large diesel and natural gas applications.

Sincerely,

Brad Lewis
Vice President & General Manager
Turbonetics, Inc.
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