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Old June 20th, 2013, 02:22 AM
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Default Twin-Turbo Toro-Flow

Just got this e-mail and I just need to share this with the group, it one of the hard to find Twin-Turbo Toro-Flow DH478 Diesel engines.

So far just the one photo, but if they send me more I'll post them.

As of now its not for sale so don't ask that question.
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Default Re: Twin-Turbo Toro-Flow

That is a very cool find, it looks awsome.
I read that if you need to fix them parts are simply not to be found and also that they are very tempermental about their RPM, if you go over the 2100-2300 range they will likely spin the mains.
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Default Re: Twin-Turbo Toro-Flow

Is that green motor in marine trim? Mine is from a bus and was painted yellow, has a large oil cooler mounted on top of the oil filter, and an air compressor for brakes. I have some pictures. Will these Turbo manifolds bolt to a gas V-6?
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Is that green motor in marine trim? Mine is from a bus and was painted yellow, has a large oil cooler mounted on top of the oil filter, and an air compressor for brakes. I have some pictures. Will these Turbo manifolds bolt to a gas V-6?
I am only guessing, but if that badge on the valve cover says "Dayton", it may be designed for a Genset.
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