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post #16 of 52 (permalink) Old 07-14-2014, 10:47 PM Thread Starter
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Now your turbo is ready to install the actuator.
They need to be preloaded with tension or you will have waste gate flutter.
Some do 6 wraps of turn buckle and then pull on it with vise grips to get end onto post.
You can hook up compressed air to the actuator and watch gauge as the gate lever starts to move and adjust accordingly.
Take your time.
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NICE writeup,
Ill be using it this next week when i put mine together,
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Thanks good luck with it.
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All that work balancing, and then you go and slather a glob of green paint on one of the blades. Tsk Tsk.

VERY NICE WRITE UP. In 15 years of reading this forum, I've never seen as detailed of a write up on the bearing and CHRA internals as you have so excellently photographed and explained.
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Nice work, Nick. Your thread has been nominated to go in the FAQ subforum, so that's where it's going. I'll leave a redirect for about a month, which will still show up here.

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Thank you both very much. I am flattered to receive such praise from two members of such a high caliber as the two of you and on the arguably best Powerstroke forum in the world.
Thank you again
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Oh yeah and NYB the painted witness marks you saw were placed there by Arundel Diesel.
They assemble,torque and balance the assembly. Once the computer says it a go they put witness marks on it so everything ends up in the same spot after you disassemble it and reassemble it in the rebuild process.
Really NYB ? You know I would have blown an eyelash or dust of that.lol.
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Of course you knew I was teasing you about the greem paint. I think you should have posted that pic in answer to the question about how the balance is restored on reassembly. But perhaps your turbo was baking in your kitchen at that time.

Looks like you've started a trend... "Nick's Crispy Compressor Cookbook"
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That looks real nice Nick , now you have all that done you might be able to mow the lawns.


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Now install the compressor wheel to 120 inch pounds.
If you had assembly balanced snug and tighten wheel till the witness marks made by shop on shaft and wheel align.
Next place cover on and torque to 17 ft lbs.
Are you saying torque to 120 inch pounds and then snug further to align witness marks? Also, how do you ensure that the centrifugal force of the turbo under operating conditions won't change the position of the witness marks as it torques itself down further?
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just torque it to the correct amount and forget it. it cant loosen itself off off and if it gets a little tighter there isnt anything you can do.

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just torque it to the correct amount and forget it. it cant loosen itself off off and if it gets a little tighter there isnt anything you can do.
Yeah, I guess the most I'll be able to do is inspect the alignment once it's installed and has been run under load for a bit to see if it moves.
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The shop makes marks after it is torqued and balanced. Get the torque close and continue tightening till the marks line up.
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The shop makes marks after it is torqued and balanced. Get the torque close and continue tightening till the marks line up.
That's what I needed to know, thanks Nick!
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No problem, you seem ok for an AK guy.
I am an AR guy.
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