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    Posted: 04 Sep 17 at 22:23
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Where can I find a thread covering fitting a turbo to my 2.4 6 pot diesel. Im sure its been done. Hills are getting me down. Cheers
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Welcome to the forum. I am near Downham Market. Cant help with your turbo request but my non turbo hightop used to annoy me at first but now I dont care, in fact I never drive it flat out now. It annoys others following, first gear at 3mph gets em really mad. Tongue
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I do not remember a thread about fitting a turbo on here.

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Ha ha yeah. Mines an old luton/horsebox so basicaly a massive wind break. Its no fun trust me lol
Thankyou for the link. Its a start.

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Originally posted by JILLY JILLY wrote:

...first gear at 3mph gets em really mad. Tongue


Coming up Blue Bank in Sleights [a 1-in-4 gradient], leaving Whitby after my twice a year sojourn there, I dream of hitting 3mph. Sometimes I'm going so slowly in the crawler gear, that the speedo needle is just kind of twitching on the zero.

I think you've just got to accept that these vans are completely shite on hills and adjust your mindset, rather than trying to adjust the van to squeeze an extra couple of mph out of it.

Of course, that begs the question; "What the hell were VW thinking of when they put an engine in these vans that performs so embarrassingly slowly on hills, even when the van is empty?"

I dread to think what it must be like attempting such climbs while fully laden with cargo.

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Pretty sure the heads are different on turbo models, extra oil jets or something, to keep things a bit cooler. So you would need a full engine change really, to get any longevity out of your engine.

I have an 1985 TD, and it is a bit quicker than the normally aspirated LT I had years ago. It still struggles up hills tho!
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The turbo engines have oil spray nozzles under the pistons to cool them down.
I know they have installed turbos on NA 1,6 diesel T3 in the USA and it have worked fine for years.

If i remember correctly. The turbo engines have the turbo where the NA engines have the engine mount

Personally i would prefer the 2,5 TDI engine from an Audi 100 or A6 it fits on the gearbox and the oil pan is identical in both ends, it just needs some cut and weld.
There is a guy in Austria running a 2,5 TDI chipped to about 180hp in his coachbuildt. He keeps up with traffic...
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2.5 TDI would be a rockstar!  But if on a budget you could add a turbo and it would probably work fine as long as you don't abuse it. 
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