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I will post some pics tomorrow when its light but basically I have a discovery 200tdi turbo & manifold as well as the normal 2 oil feed holes on the turbine body there are to water pipe inlet and outlet holes, the water pipes connected to a modified heater pipe over the inlet manifold and a junction on the thermostst

I didnt realise it was any differant until i bought another 200tdi engine and compared the turbos - they look identical in every other way exept the turbine body/housing does not have the cooling fins. the casting numbers on the aluminium inlet side are also identical

any ideas?

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I will post some pics tomorrow when its light but basically I have a discovery 200tdi turbo & manifold as well as the normal 2 oil feed holes on the turbine body there are to water pipe inlet and outlet holes, the water pipes connected to a modified heater pipe over the inlet manifold and a junction on the thermostst

I didnt realise it was any differant until i bought another 200tdi engine and compared the turbos - they look identical in every other way exept the turbine body/housing does not have the cooling fins. the casting numbers on the aluminium inlet side are also identical

any ideas?

I know this is an option on hybrid turbo's sold by allards.

Andy

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I will post some pics tomorrow when its light but basically I have a discovery 200tdi turbo & manifold as well as the normal 2 oil feed holes on the turbine body there are to water pipe inlet and outlet holes, the water pipes connected to a modified heater pipe over the inlet manifold and a junction on the thermostst

I didnt realise it was any differant until i bought another 200tdi engine and compared the turbos - they look identical in every other way exept the turbine body/housing does not have the cooling fins. the casting numbers on the aluminium inlet side are also identical

any ideas?

Do you feel any difference? Sounds like I wish I found that on mine.

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A hybrid turbo! That could make sense as it had samco sport hoses and new braded oil feed pipes etc

i will deffo check in the morning as i really want a good standard turbo a tuned hybrid jobbo might be a bit too much for my s2a 88 :)

I could find a home for it if it is unwanted :rolleyes: I have a good spare turbo for part exchange aswell :)

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I have 1 of those turbos, but I need 2 new banjo fittings for the coolant side of life so I can get it fitted. Does anyone know of where to get them from. Looked in a few nut and bolt shops but no joy.

Ralph- Is there any banjo bolts within the LR parts system that would be up to the job?

JST/Tony C Is there anywhere local to you that sells that sort of stuff?

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Ralph- Is there any banjo bolts within the LR parts system that would be up to the job?

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banjo bolts on Defender :D

200Tdi

ERR1125 injection pump fuel inlet

ERR886 injection pump

STC3297 injectior pipes/injectors

ERR1200 6mm spill pipe on injectors

hth :D

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Ralph

Knowing the size of the threads on my turbo I'd confidently say that they are all to small. Will give Allards a call to see what they have to say.

Many thanks for looking up the numbers though.

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Spoke to Alan Allard today about the turbo, can't tell from the outside if it is a hybrid or not, the serial number might indicate but not certain, however if it has a water cooled centre and braided oil pipe etc it seems unlikely that someone would have gone to this much trouble for a standard turbo. Apparently they machine the back of the compressor housing a little to make it a little bigger and use a larger compressor wheel, at least that's as I understood it , I assume they use a better bearing also.

Andy

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