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Old 03-19-2007, 11:59 AM
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Turbo vs Non-turbo Timing cover

Hopefully someone that has both might be able to shine some light on this:

When my timing chain broke it ripped off the "lip" the runs underneight the crankshaft hole on the timing cover, so I think I'll need to replace it.

Sadly I can't seem to find an aftermarket turbo timing cover, so I'm hoping to use a regular one. I though the difference was the coolant passage on the back side(by the main outlet). But I've found pictures that have this port on non-turbos.

Can anyone shed some light on this?
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The only difference that I know of is the way the oil pump relief hole is in the timing cover. Either will work. The water cooling port is the same turbo/non-turbo, but the thing that bolts on to that port in terms of water line is different.

I believe John's foreign engine's carries the turbo cover:
http://www.22re.com/

You should match the oil pump to the timing cover (turbo vs non-turbo). If you don't, it's not the end of the world and will function.
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Cool, that's what I wanted to hear.

I need to order some stuff from Ted, so I guess this is getting tacked onto the order($130 from the other place is a tad more than I'd like). I've still got my stock coolant line plate, so that won't be an issue. I'm running an oil pump from Ted already, and it's not a "true" turbo pump, so I think it should work well together.
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you go bill us turbo guys gotta stick together!!!!!!!!!
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Damn Skippy!!
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im having tranny problems right now
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<<--- Just tuned to 10psi and is pretty happy with the amount of "scoot" available. I wonder what 14 psi will be like.. :-)
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