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Old January 30th, 2011, 02:48 AM
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Default 91 E350 convert to turbo

I have a 91 E350 non-turbo in a Fire rescure truck. This truck has 55,000 miles and is being used as a work truck and towing a 20' enclosed trailer. I would like to add a turbo but not finding any parts. I'm willing to try parts from a f model truck and change air intake and exhaust to complete the change. If you have any help or ideas that you can share or parts that can be used to complete the conversion. Its my understanding that I will be only able to use 87-91 turbo engine parts.
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Hmm, is there room in the van for turbos? Its a pretty tight engine compartment.

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There is a bit of space under there and more can be made if needed by relocating the fuel filter and oil filter. I am also going to move air intake to inprove on the amount of cold air intake.
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dont know if that will work (dont know much about the vans either)
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Thanks to those who followed up on this one. It took awhile and some digging to find my answer but I found an aftermarket unit for the van and also a cold air intake Hypermax makes them both. So for those who are in need of a fix there is one.

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