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post #411 of 515 Old 01-04-2014, 07:18 AM
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Re: Finally picked up my 700 Diesel. Mod time!

Pic of cut open filter NASTY! New filter cured the power loss problem. Will be changing it every 800 miles from now on.






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2009 Mileage: Many miles
2008 Mileage: 42 now
2007 Mileage: Building it
2006 Mileage: Not built yet
You found your problem. Yuk.

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Must of had water in the fuel at some point.

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Damn, that's a nasty fuel filter! Glad you got it figured out. I was on vacation up in northern Michigan for the last 2 weeks with no cell service or internet. It was fantastic. Too bad it was below 0*F for 3 days straight and hit a low of -23*F one of the nights.

For anyone else needing filter numbers, Wix filters 49719 and 49720 for air and 57207 for oil. Should be able to get them at any auto parts store.




I've also had a few emails/phone calls regarding my turbo kit recently. Apparently I didn't explain myself well enough in public so I'll try to do so here;

Everything is ready for production, but in order to justify $600 of tooling costs to custom mold the one piece silicone charge pipes and 8 hours to make jigs for CNC'ing of the turbo flanges, I need to make a run of 5 kits to break even on the initial tooling/setup costs. I'm ready to start anytime, just waiting on people to jump in. Cost for total kit would be right around $2100. That would include;

Genuine Mitsubishi TD02 turbo (subtract $1000 if you think you can find a better deal on the turbo)
Braided Stainless/AN oil lines
Coolant lines for turbo
One piece silicone airbox to turbo and turbo to intake manifold hoses
304 Stainless 3D CNC machined turbo to manifold adapter plate
304 Stainless exhaust system with billet 304SS turbo flange, V band connection between front and rear half, and a dummy muffler.

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Damn, that's a nasty fuel filter! Glad you got it figured out. I was on vacation up in northern Michigan for the last 2 weeks with no cell service or internet. It was fantastic. Too bad it was below 0*F for 3 days straight and hit a low of -23*F one of the nights.

For anyone else needing filter numbers, Wix filters 49719 and 49720 for air and 57207 for oil. Should be able to get them at any auto parts store.




I've also had a few emails/phone calls regarding my turbo kit recently. Apparently I didn't explain myself well enough in public so I'll try to do so here;

Everything is ready for production, but in order to justify $600 of tooling costs to custom mold the one piece silicone charge pipes and 8 hours to make jigs for CNC'ing of the turbo flanges, I need to make a run of 5 kits to break even on the initial tooling/setup costs. I'm ready to start anytime, just waiting on people to jump in. Cost for total kit would be right around $2100. That would include;

Genuine Mitsubishi TD02 turbo (subtract $1000 if you think you can find a better deal on the turbo)
Braided Stainless/AN oil lines
Coolant lines for turbo
One piece silicone airbox to turbo and turbo to intake manifold hoses
304 Stainless 3D CNC machined turbo to manifold adapter plate
304 Stainless exhaust system with billet 304SS turbo flange, V band connection between front and rear half, and a dummy muffler.
Glad you had a good vacation. Was afraid something happened to you. Finally did all the mods and loving it! Now it needs a turbo. One day. Right now 2100 needs to go somewhere else.. sadly.

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Also is lombardini the only company that makes the fuel filter? I paid 43 bucks for it at AC.

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Don't know, any kohler dealer should be able to get it for about $14, filter number ED0021752880S

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Here are a few turbos…

Genuine Mitsubishi TD02

What about installation?
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Here are a few turbos…

Genuine Mitsubishi TD02

What about installation?
Same company but their website.. even cheaper then their ebay ad.... I wouldn't take it for granted because it says "genuine". To be that website looks weird.

http://shopping.kinugawaturbo.com/tu...winscroll.aspx

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What about installation?
You're on your own for installation unless you want to bring the bike to me. Install really isn't that bad. Tapping the oil pan for the return line is the hardest part of the job.

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Same company but their website.. even cheaper then their ebay ad.... I wouldn't take it for granted because it says "genuine". To be that website looks weird.

Turbocharger Genuine Mitsubishi TD02 Small Twin Scroll
Genuine my arse . Feel free to use a Chinese turbo at your own risk. I found those guys long ago, that is actually the same model of turbo I use in my kit, just a copy of it. It's cheaper for a reason.


I buy the genuine Mitsubishi turbo's from an authorized MHI distributor in Washington. I can provide a receipt with a kit if requested.

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