New Holland Turbo

Tomtrac

Member
Location
Penrith cumbria
Hi i have an 8160 turboed lad that i no ho had it before me had it on a dyno and its 160 hp on shaft 7000 hrs and still ok
Did you want pictures
I could take em but never put em on forum might need help
Let me no what you want pics of
 

gwspark

Member
Hi i have an 8160 turboed lad that i no ho had it before me had it on a dyno and its 160 hp on shaft 7000 hrs and still ok
Did you want pictures
I could take em but never put em on forum might need help
Let me no what you want pics of

Yea pictures wud b great. Pics of oil feeds and returns, just all related pipework to and from turbo. If u want u cud send them to me thru WhatsApp?
 

Half Pipe

Member
you can lookup new Holland parts diagrams online, compare what's currently on your 8160 with an 8360, ad the parts to a list and take it to your dealer, probably expensive, but would be a starting point
 

gwspark

Member
Yes they sound the same as an 8970 and when you take your foot off the throttle you hear the wooooo it's deadly I must put a clip of it up here the 85 is doing 210 hp and one 83 is doing 185

Some machine them 83/85's. So what ur telling me is I could do without buying a silencer [emoji6]
 

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