New Holland Turbo

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

Pics of where oil feed and return come from on block would be great if you could possibly get them for me. [emoji4]
 

Drillman

Member
Mixed Farmer
Pics of where oil feed and return come from on block would be great if you could possibly get them for me. [emoji4]
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Pics taken from a TM135 but pretty sure the layout will be much the same on the 60 series.
 

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norse

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Location
yorkshire
Yes without doubt and when your set up and you need a boost for the pump I have one but you might be ok with out it
I think you will be fine without the boost system for the pump,this was fitted to stop the over fuelling when at low revs with little boost on turbo which resulted in a bit of smoke at low revs (emissions regs!) I had a 7840 fitted with turbo that smoked a little,about 125 hp and a 8240 that I had a turbo fitted to that was 128 hp at the pto making it about 145 at engine,this never smoked at all and was sold with 9500 hrs,that was a fantastic tractor and I think you would acheive a similar result with your 8260,best of luck!
 

gwspark

Member
I think you will be fine without the boost system for the pump,this was fitted to stop the over fuelling when at low revs with little boost on turbo which resulted in a bit of smoke at low revs (emissions regs!) I had a 7840 fitted with turbo that smoked a little,about 125 hp and a 8240 that I had a turbo fitted to that was 128 hp at the pto making it about 145 at engine,this never smoked at all and was sold with 9500 hrs,that was a fantastic tractor and I think you would acheive a similar result with your 8260,best of luck!

Thanks, I like the sound of that. I'm sort of looking for around 125hp at shaft. Don't think I'm asking too much.
 

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