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I think that this is only correct if you have an LDS turbo on an LDS engine in a deuce. I don't think it really matters if you have a C or D turbo on it in a deuce.m139h2otruck said:If it is truly a 5 ton motor, you should freeup the air intake as the deuce filter is not rated high enough cfm.
Here's a pic of the turbo in my LDS equipped deuce. Note that there is no wastegate, but this *is* the turbo that came with the "crate" engine they swapped in. Note that they had to slightly "engineer" some of the exhaust to make the 5-ton motor fit right. This appears to be an LDS-465-1A (the engine dataplate is missng unfortunately).5tonpuller said:If your 5 ton doesen't have one of these then the engine was probally a rebuild that was swapped in.
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