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    motorsports, mostly tractor pulling, and drag racing. Owner of Guenther Heritage Diesel, specializing in fuel injection systems on heritage era tractors.

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  1. There is more paperwork for Canadian Customs. When you are a one man shop, and don't ship to Canada very often, it can consume a great deal of time. Alaska being part of the USA, is not as difficult. Canadian gubment wants their cut of everything coming across!
  2. Oh Canada, that changes everything! My supplier has new stock replacements on hand. There should be a tag with a part number on the center section. All those numbers you posted are just casting numbers of the separate components. I don't think I can ship to Canada either from the warehouse. Oh, and you're finding out why most of us small shops don't rebuild turbos, too much time wasted trying to dismantle them.
  3. While the timing looks to be at 16, but my chart shows a 4386 with DTI466 times to 17*, and a later one with DTI466B times at 14*. This problem isn'tstatic timing though, either the intravance failed, or an air leak in the intake tract is losing the boost pressure. The 43 pump does have a puff limiter on the top of the governor housing, boost line goes from intake to this, could have a blown diaphram, leaking boost, and someone may have turned the fuel screw up to compensate. Seems you used this tractor on the same implements last year without issue? Something is definitly wrong this year. Does the turbo spin with fingers? Not excessively loose? Should have a tiny bit of wiggle, but you'll know if it's junk! The TO4 that came on them is adequate, but the upgrades do help, unfortunately, I've had several on backorder for over 6 months, I have quit taking orders for them. First order of diagnosing a low power issue on a turbo diesel is boost pressure test in the intake.
  4. Well, after seeing a few more reports, it seems the shooter was here illegally, and is transgender. Wow! No wonder the news isn't reporting all that bs! I cannot believe he wasn't some sort of supremist lol! Very sad indeed! Lets fix the illegal alien problem, and the mental derangements! Disarming legal citizens does nothing!
  5. Figure out the knock, then go from there. If it's a catastrophic failure, another used engine like Matt said above would be my choice, 715 combine. Yours is a runner, so the pump should not have major problems. I've rebuilt a few VA pumps and they normally just need cleaned up, resealed and recalibrated. The failures to the pumps are typically caused by neglecting the injectors or fuel cleanliness. If you rebuild the existing engine, I suggest getting the pump and injectors done at a competent shop, then the 310 will run another couple of decades lol! Then we'll be discussing electric motor swaps lmfao!
  6. The S200 is a great turbo, and well worth the fab work to fit it on, but the turbine housings for those also have been on backorder.
  7. I've had several on backorder for 6 months, good luck finding one. Borg Warner has been very slow at filling backorders!
  8. combine governor will be fine, very little difference on a Roosa DB, hi idle on my Roosa spec is 2835, 2600 rated, an 856 is 2400 rated, hi idle 2640. It could easily be slowed down, but I'd rework the pump to boost the hp and torque rise up in the 856 so it's not too underpowered. Would be about the same as a 301 gas in it was, wouldn't it?
  9. IH 6.9L started in 83 Ford pickups, evolved to the 7.3L in 88. That evolved into the 7.3L Powerstroke in 94. They were also used in some IH med duty trucks.
  10. The Bus DT360 is a popular choice because it's readily available, came with an inline A pump, and can be had reasonably priced, along with the trans. It's basically the IH equivalent of a 5.9L Cummins.
  11. an hour and a half south of me. But, that is where Club Cabaret is located, and they have some great food there, reasonably priced, and the show is worth it! lmao!
  12. I'm fully aware of the 1896/2096 using Cummins B series engines, actually the first ag application, but the op was about the smaller David Brown tractors 1694 and smaller, which is what I was referencing.
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