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post #11 of 515 Old 06-04-2011, 08:05 PM
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How about an HY-35? That would be alot cheaper Plus I have seen HX35's on 2 stroke sleds that worked, so a smaller hy35 should work on your wheeler.

You should be able to throw enough fuel at that little exhaust housing to get things going. That little 9cm exhaust housing lites yesterday.

Keep us posted, this is really cool.

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Keep this thread going, once your build is done, i will make this a sticky as there are others out there with the diesels.

Once you get this a built, i would hope you become a sponsor and start selling a turbokit for the cats.

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I took her out for the first real, albeit small, ride today through a neighbors woods. Since I've been riding a banshee for 8 years, it's a whole 'nother world. The auto trans thing is going to take a while for me to get used to haha. It had more than enough pep to keep me entertained and had plenty of power to get through some super sloppy mud I accidentally found. So far I'm pleased

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How about an HY-35? That would be alot cheaper Plus I have seen HX35's on 2 stroke sleds that worked, so a smaller hy35 should work on your wheeler.

You should be able to throw enough fuel at that little exhaust housing to get things going. That little 9cm exhaust housing lites yesterday.

Keep us posted, this is really cool.
I wish it were that easy. A hy-35 is HUGE for a 700cc diesel. A turbo compressor is sized to an engine based on lbs/min of air. To get lbs per min, first you calculate CFM by (cubic inch displacement X RPM)\3456. So for our 686cc diesel we get (42 X 3800)\3456= 46 CFM. 46cfm X 0.069= 3.2 lbs/min of air. If you google image a hy35 compressor map, you'll see that 3.2lbs/min at PR 2 (~15psi manifold boost) is wayyy in the surge region. The turbine is also way too large and would never spool with the limited rpms and displacement to work with. An IHI RHB31 or RHB32 is about perfect size wize and has plenty of headroom to work with on the 700D.

A good turbo sizing trick is to look at the OEM horsepower rating of the engine the turbo came off of. If you project has a 300hp goal, find a turbo from an engine with around 300hp. You can't slap a GT15 on and expect it to push out 300 hp. On the other hand, if you put on a GT55 off a 600hp semi motor, it would surge and run like poop.

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Keep this thread going, once your build is done, i will make this a sticky as there are others out there with the diesels.

Once you get this a built, i would hope you become a sponsor and start selling a turbokit for the cats.
I certainly appreciate the offer! I definitely think I could make a couple turbo kits. Custom fabrication is kind of what I do for a living haha.

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ha lol you tried anything on a 2011 tdi yet??? Ive got a highline that needs a better exhaust stock is WAY to quite lol.

Have you turned up the fuel pump yet on the quad?.....would a straight pipe exhaust work better or no without a turbo?...theres a guy on youtube that has a turbo on his 700 diesel cat.

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Well, I finally got to hook to a good load today! I have a very large (~2000lb) 50 ton log splitter I had to pickup from my friends farm down the road. Going down the road on the way there, 41mph (indicated, i'm sure it's a little higher actually with 28" tires) was a comfy speed at a little less than full throttle and before governor cut. With my silly large splitter in tow, I had zero trouble doing 40mph on the way back still with the same throttle amounts. Even hitting a rather large hill, I only lost 4mph going up it. I am extremely impressed to say the least. I can't wait to see how it'll yank stuff around with some boost!

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ha lol you tried anything on a 2011 tdi yet??? Ive got a highline that needs a better exhaust stock is WAY to quite lol.

Have you turned up the fuel pump yet on the quad?.....would a straight pipe exhaust work better or no without a turbo?...theres a guy on youtube that has a turbo on his 700 diesel cat.
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Oh yeah, the day after I brought it home it got turned up . I deleted the spark arrestor and added a second tip. It's a little bit louder but nothing crazy. I think it would be too loud straight piped without a turbo. We'll see soon enough how it runs with a turbo though .

I've talked to that guy on youtube a couple times. Says it's been that way since a couple weeks after he bought it, 2000 km's and still going strong at 15psi.

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Also, maybe you will want to have papa slap or airdamn take a look at your clutches. I am not sure what clutch setup these have. I am sure there is more to be had out of these with some clutch work.

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Also, maybe you will want to have papa slap or airdamn take a look at your clutches. I am not sure what clutch setup these have. I am sure there is more to be had out of these with some clutch work.
X3. I plan on it. I know these use a different clutch setup than all the others, they don't have a wet clutch at all. The crankshaft directly drives the primary. It definitely needs heavier weights at the very least, you really have to rev it up before the sheave will move in and grab the belt.

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Sometimes I think ebay is the most evil invention ever. I just won an auction for an RHB32 turbo for $156. I guess it's getting turbo'ed sooner than I anticipated

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