SD33Turbo question: IP pump modification

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Post by TheDieseliminator » 12 years ago

I had a question could you take the boost compensator device and its necessary accessories off an SD33-T injection pump and mount it on an SD25 injection pump for being able to turn it into a suitable injection pump for turbocharging the engine? Thanks for any advice.
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Post by zen » 12 years ago

that i dont know..not seen a sd25 ip..however i recon it is possible on the sd22 inline ip to change it around..(ie put sd33t gov on sd22 ip body.)
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Post by asavage » 12 years ago

TheDieseliminator wrote:could you take the boost compensator device and its necessary accessories off an SD33-T injection pump and mount it on an SD25 injection pump
I think the SD25 uses a VE-style pump, not an Inline; therefore, the SD33T parts would not fit the IP.

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Post by philip » 12 years ago

For SD25, we have photos of both VE and inline pumps.
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Post by asavage » 12 years ago

So, if you can find an SD25-calibrated IP that is also an Inline IP, perhaps the SD33T's boost compensation bits could be grafted on.

Maybe.

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Post by zen » 12 years ago

worth a punt i recon..
turbo it

(sd33t home turbo set up if anyone is interested..)

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Post by vinyvamos » 8 years ago

Hi Zen,

Sorry I know this is a very old thread but I am very curious about your Turbo'ed SD33! I am looking into doing the same on mine. Like you, I cannot find ANY SD33T parts as I am in Ireland. Can you please tell me what make/model of turbo you used?

Thanks!

Vinny

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