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Old 12-05-2017, 07:29 PM
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Default Compound turbo for Kubota v2203?

cruising ebay and I found this compound turbo setup.

Its off a 2009- IVECO LDV 3.0L. I know it may be a little big but I have been wanting to do a "performance build" The stock 3.0l Iveco makes 140HP and 258 ft lbs

copy pasted from a site i found on the web.

The heavy-duty variants of the 3.0-L engine are rated at 140 hp (103 kW) between 2990 and 3500 rpm, with peak torque of 350 Nm (258 lbft) between 1250 and 3000 rpm. The higher output variant of the engine is rated at 170 hp (125 kW) between 2990 and 3500 rpm, producing peak torque of 400 Nm (295 lbft) between 1250 and 3000 rpm. This represents a slight reduction in peak power output compared with the light-duty Euro IV ratings of 146 hp (107 kW) between 3000 and 3500 rpm and 176 hp (130 kW) between 3200 and 3500 rpm.

Torque output from the light-duty variants is the same as from the heavy-duty variants, although the band is slightly narrower for the 146-hp variant. Peak torque is produced between 1400 and 2800 rpm compared with 1250 and 3000 rpm.



Has anyone ever messed or seen these? I can not find specs on them at all.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2009-IVECO-...53.m1438.l2649

The 3.0l seems to be a higher rpm motor then the kubota. I may hold off and do a build on a v3600 I have been watching.

Once my current 2 XJ swaps are done i may play around with a set

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Old 12-07-2017, 09:32 AM
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Not sure if the same concept applies, but I was told gas engines with twin cam heads, like Honda's and stuff, can way outflow an OHV head, so that might be an issue. And trying to find a governor setup that will supply fuel up to the high rpm you need. If you can get a V3600 that would probably be able to push enough air to spool the turbo's. I know Redveloce ran a twin setup on his TJ.

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Looking more into this compiund setup and the small turbo appears to be a k03. Similar to what is popular with the v2203.

i sent the seller a message for more info and part numbers if available
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Has anyone found the fueling and boost threshold for these engines yet? It seems like fuel won't be an issue, but I think I remember some people talking about a lack of aftermarket forged pistons available for a bore of this size. That might drastically limit the performance gains of the compound setup.

Oh, I know whenever I go to get parts the parts guys give me a hard time about needing a specific Kubota part number for the engine and equipment it came out of, and I was talking to my dad about it the other day and he said CAT was the same way. They needed all the numbers so they know exactly how the engine was built. Does that mean there could possibly be different fuel cams and camshafts available for these engines? Since they were used in all sorts of construction equipment, tractors, stationary pumps, and they came NA and turbocharged. A turbo grind camshaft might be helpful with boost. It is at least in gas engines.

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