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Old 09-11-2018, 08:42 PM
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Finally got my grass eater together.The 1772 with the turbo should be easier on fuel,when mowing I run 3-4 Psi boost at center operating temp. Need to keep eye on temp if screen gets full of Cotton wood fuzz.
Very nice Mike!! Have you noticed much difference in fuel consumption? More of less fuel?
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Looks good Mike. I'm about ready to install the kit on my 1772. Just waiting for another couple hours of shake down run time. The tractor set for a couple of years before I put it back together. I like the idea of a stock muffler and will be using your pipe on the next one.
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Looks good Mike!

I don't care for the stock muffler. Too heavy. Seen a lot of broken manifolds from those huge bulky things. Not cool to hang it on a turbo unless you built a really sturdy brace of some sort. Don't want to bust a turbine housing.
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I have it on a pipe similar to stock setup tied to the engine very sturdy. Wait till I get started on the next project.22hp Yanmar in another color tractor hope to get 18psi boost.
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I have it on a pipe similar to stock setup tied to the engine very sturdy. Wait till I get started on the next project.22hp Yanmar in another color tractor hope to get 18psi boost.
That's cool. Looks like a good brace.

18 PSI on a Yanmar huh. Why do you think you will get it that high? Not much bigger engine. Yanmar and Kubota engines are nearly identical.
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52 cubic inches vs 32 .Turbo was made for 70 ci and waste gate set at 25psi.We will see.
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You need to come over to Bluniers Plowday Oct 19th in Roanoke Il.There will be a bunch of turbos there.You might even get to drive one.
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