Jump to content

DirtBoyz07

Members
  • Posts

    6,175
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    10

Posts posted by DirtBoyz07

  1. If it has the advance in the pump and you put a fuel capsule back in the pump and stock springs back in the pump you can only get it down to about that 250 hp range . I would tell you to just change the pump out from pulling to farm and you can run the injectors and lines if you want just make sure you have clean fuel , good fuel filters put additive in the fuel so you keep your injectors working correctly.

    Danny

  2. Here is my old neighbors 766, I painted it in 1981 and restored it a couple years ago and its  been on there farm since 1981 . My nephew has a 766 and it’s two serial numbers from this one , wish I could find the missing one , I would have to buy it and restore it 👍

    ‘Danny 

    ADAE472A-01BF-46BE-9763-915440FACCE2.jpeg

    7D8EFD6D-BDCF-4F54-BA88-0A26F4B4A5F5.jpeg

    5EFE5623-5F17-4CE7-8D8D-5F282BF3860B.jpeg

    F5E5FF0C-8EE0-411B-B907-93E5713F29EE.jpeg

    • Like 6
  3. The hubs off a 1400 series combine work too , that’s where I normally get them from a salvage yard . This one in the picture on my 1086 is off a 06 or 56 series tractor with 8 bolt hubs and I have 10.00x16 tires on it . Had to use 4 rib tires , the new 3 rib would rub and I would of needed to put a spacer between the pedestal and the bolster and I didn’t want to do that .

    ‘Danny 

    F77D4ACE-04EB-48E1-918C-AB7749C1DC14.jpeg

    • Like 1
  4. I’m running a S2E on a 466 and you won’t have any trouble . You might want to get 5hole .020 tips , .093 lines and make sure you don’t lock the advance for a 3000 rpm class . With the advance locked for that rpm it has no lug , with advance it corrects 14 degrees and that is a big deal , set your timing at 25 degrees . Call Atlas Tractor up in the twin cities for a double disk steel flywheel /clutch setup . The stock clutch will not work with that power , we don’t want anyone getting hurt .

    send me a pm if you want , we do a lot of this stuff for our own tractors and customers 

    Danny 

    15F43A77-5DA1-43E8-A73B-74D94E9AD669.jpeg

    • Like 2
  5. Like Snoshoe is telling you , it’s on the back side of the main pump housing , there might be a small cover over the 12 point headed bolt , this is you fuel adjustment. I would recommend having it on the dyno to set the power . If your stock no turbo don’t go crazy on the fuel , it’s not going to make a lot more power but will make a lot of black smoke , it raises the cylinder temp and can cause the risk of scoring a cylinder . If your turboed you can get as much as 250 hp full fueled , for running in the field I would keep it around 150 hp . Keep the radiator clean and make sure your running straight 30 w diesel oil .

    ‘Danny 

    • Like 2
  6. It depends what your outside temp is , should run between 20 and 30 on the low side and 150 to 250psi on the high side . If you have a reclaimer I think it holds 4.5 lbs or if your just running it in , run the Freon in until the low side pipe stays cold and stop , check your temp in the cab and you should be good . Make sure to check the cab filter , a lot of guys forget to do that . Wash the radiator out and remove the front grill and tip the hyd cooler and the ac condenser power wash it out good , don’t used a rotors nozzle , just a flat fan type tip . 
    Danny

    • Like 1
×
×
  • Create New...