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« on: 28 September, 2020, 22:02:16 PM »

So I?ve come across this turbo from Mambatek, part number 001 0407. Has anybody run one on their 4D56??

My K74 has a tipping body conversion and it?s considerably larger than the original body. Plus, being an arborist, it is frequently full to the brim with woodchip and logs, not to mention I tow an 850kg wood chipper behind me. In other words, I NEED MORE POWER! More specifically, I need my turbo spooling up quicker to help get the lump moving. It?s fine once it?s got some momentum.

Some of you might be able to tell just from the dimensions etc whether it?ll spoil quicker, so here?s a link;


Any advice would be much appreciated!
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