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Created On Thursday 28, February, 2008 1:13 PM by odfwcliff

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odfwcliff
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I have a 1988 Isuzu NRR with a 6BG1 non-turbocharged motor. I would like to convert this motor to a turbocharged motor. I have found a setup from a 6BD1-T, but am unsure if it will fit or work properly. It appears to be from a Hitachi Excavator. Can anyone help? OR does anyone have a complete turbocharger setup from a 6BG1-T or TC?

THANKS!!

Cliff

odfwcliff@hotmail.com
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