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    Hey guys just picked up two turbos, one off of a CAT 3116 and another off a mack truck. The CAT turbo looks like it was built by CAT and has a split t3 or t4 flange, anyhow the one Im having trouble finding info on is the Airesearch turbo off of the mack. It has a split flange which i think is a T6.

    The Airesearch
    Inducer:65mm
    Exducer: 93.8mm

    serial No. SFR0405 R
    It also has M11 on the intake housing and "11" on the body

    The intake is 3.5"
    exhaust is 4"

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    1982 K20 6.2L "Red Block" marine nozzles, .010 thicker head gaskets, ported intake runners, HE351VE Turbo
    Nv4500 followed by 3.73s

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    The Air Research, is actually a re-badged Garrett, and the turbo from the Cat, will be a re-badge also. Without seeing it, our guess would be a Schwitzer (4LE303). Hope it helps you in info searching. Compounds.....??? This sizing for secondaries would require copious amounts of fuel.
    rattle-puss: 1992 gmc 3500 2wd,reg cab, dually, 6.2/6.5l 4l80e...currently testing some compound turbo and fuel delivery combinations, custom front cross-over turbo manifolds, fire-ringed, 5 pin stiffy , penn. upper, custom sealed ram airbox, 18" donaldson filter, 1982 style primary filter, general fuel filter before carter 4094 lift pump, intercooler, water mist injection set @ 12&15 psi, relocated hayden tranny cooler(under bed) 2nd spin-on tranny filter, prosport EGT, tranny temp, tach, equiss boost, faze engine oil temp, DCR back pressure,diff temp gauge, air horn, OEM console....... there are 2 of us... jim types with proper capitals, jeff types without caps.

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    Ha no compounds yet I just picked them up cheap and hope to resell. Yeah i knew it was a Garrett Im just having trouble finding another one like it online to find a value for it. The Garrett is non waste gated

    The CAT turbo is internal waste gate and needs rebuilt, here are some pictures
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    1982 K20 6.2L "Red Block" marine nozzles, .010 thicker head gaskets, ported intake runners, HE351VE Turbo
    Nv4500 followed by 3.73s

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    i am not a mind reader... or able to devine from simple pictures what it is.... find the build plate on it and post it up....
    rattle-puss: 1992 gmc 3500 2wd,reg cab, dually, 6.2/6.5l 4l80e...currently testing some compound turbo and fuel delivery combinations, custom front cross-over turbo manifolds, fire-ringed, 5 pin stiffy , penn. upper, custom sealed ram airbox, 18" donaldson filter, 1982 style primary filter, general fuel filter before carter 4094 lift pump, intercooler, water mist injection set @ 12&15 psi, relocated hayden tranny cooler(under bed) 2nd spin-on tranny filter, prosport EGT, tranny temp, tach, equiss boost, faze engine oil temp, DCR back pressure,diff temp gauge, air horn, OEM console....... there are 2 of us... jim types with proper capitals, jeff types without caps.

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    will do, I know it was off of a 1977 mack inline with an inline 6

    Ill post the other number on the turbo tag, this is the one i had posted first: serial No. SFR0405 R
    If you mean the build plate on the engine thats about an hour away, should have written the specs down.
    1982 K20 6.2L "Red Block" marine nozzles, .010 thicker head gaskets, ported intake runners, HE351VE Turbo
    Nv4500 followed by 3.73s

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    Quote Originally Posted by cub124 View Post
    will do, I know it was off of a 1977 mack inline with an inline 6

    Ill post the other number on the turbo tag, this is the one i had posted first: serial No. SFR0405 R
    If you mean the build plate on the engine thats about an hour away, should have written the specs down.
    so did you sell the cat turbo?
    rattle-puss: 1992 gmc 3500 2wd,reg cab, dually, 6.2/6.5l 4l80e...currently testing some compound turbo and fuel delivery combinations, custom front cross-over turbo manifolds, fire-ringed, 5 pin stiffy , penn. upper, custom sealed ram airbox, 18" donaldson filter, 1982 style primary filter, general fuel filter before carter 4094 lift pump, intercooler, water mist injection set @ 12&15 psi, relocated hayden tranny cooler(under bed) 2nd spin-on tranny filter, prosport EGT, tranny temp, tach, equiss boost, faze engine oil temp, DCR back pressure,diff temp gauge, air horn, OEM console....... there are 2 of us... jim types with proper capitals, jeff types without caps.

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    yes it has been sold, sorry
    1982 K20 6.2L "Red Block" marine nozzles, .010 thicker head gaskets, ported intake runners, HE351VE Turbo
    Nv4500 followed by 3.73s

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    Just cleaned a little on the plate and I found the label P/N so the part number is 631GC5106X I was unable to find much from google with this number.
    1982 K20 6.2L "Red Block" marine nozzles, .010 thicker head gaskets, ported intake runners, HE351VE Turbo
    Nv4500 followed by 3.73s

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