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#41 Maverick101

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Posted 06 February 2010 - 07:39 PM

why not an OM617? you lose a cylinder and about 40 horses but you can make it do this.... ... if im not mistaken :mrgreen: If i remember correctly it has a modified IP and a holset turbo from a cummings TD
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Posted 06 February 2010 - 10:58 PM

That's what is in the 240D. Unless you get an 85+ 240D, then it's an OM602. Both are great engines.

I will be the first one to congratulate you if you can kill one.

Just get a Myna modified pump (what that youtube video had most likely) and your choice of holset and it should scare you senseless.

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Posted 06 February 2010 - 11:01 PM

That's what is in the 240D. Unless you get an 85+ 240D, then it's an OM602. Both are great engines.

I will be the first one to congratulate you if you can kill one.

Just get a Myna modified pump (what that youtube video had most likely) and your choice of holset and it should scare you senseless.


Ask my sister, she ran one with half a quart of oil for a year, before she put it into a wall.

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Posted 07 February 2010 - 02:26 AM

That's what is in the 240D. Unless you get an 85+ 240D, then it's an OM602. Both are great engines.

I will be the first one to congratulate you if you can kill one.

Just get a Myna modified pump (what that youtube video had most likely) and your choice of holset and it should scare you senseless.


how complex are the pistons inside the IP? we have a 3-axis Fadal here at school, and a handful of CNC lathes. I know calibrating the pump is where the difficulty comes in, but if i can grab a handful of IP's from a junkyard i can always try trial and error of modding it myself. I know these things are like clock work but im a bit hesitant to fork over more than a grand over to Finland for an IP.
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#45 MAG58

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Posted 07 February 2010 - 08:35 AM

I honestly have no Idea. I know that the euro pumps are different than our pumps and are more easy to modify, but past that I haven't really looked into this whole pump jazz. I do know that if you start up a pump company in the states there is some money to be had.

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 01:56 AM

how complex are the pistons inside the IP? we have a 3-axis Fadal here at school, and a handful of CNC lathes. I know calibrating the pump is where the difficulty comes in, but if i can grab a handful of IP's from a junkyard i can always try trial and error of modding it myself. I know these things are like clock work but im a bit hesitant to fork over more than a grand over to Finland for an IP.

.....In a week or so I might PM you for an address to send a large box ;)



and on that vein, what IPs would be *most* useful to have pulled apart and modded?
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Posted 08 February 2010 - 12:28 PM

From a bit of superturbo searching, you want to find the Euro pumps, I believe they're called the M-pumps as they are easier to upgrade from the stock 5.5mm opening/barrel.

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 12:23 AM

http://www.superturb...ale-t-1093.html

i think myna-diesel is the finland based company that mods them?

http://www.superturb...umps-t-189.html

and based on this it can be found on the OM602/3 Americans since it only lists the OM61x (i.e. OM617) being on the "european" models... I'll keep looking for more info. I would really love to see what makes these things tick.

Edit: JACKPOT! http://spreadsheets....uSZdyqyAJ0XqRCA list of all the bosch pumps for all the cars and it's serial number...woot

Edited by Maverick101, 09 February 2010 - 12:35 AM.
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#49 AkumaZ

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 03:41 AM

That is my friend's car and I tell you that it works like a dream.
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