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Old 07-18-2017, 12:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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22r Turbo Plumbing

I'm installing a T3 turbo and exhaust manifold onto a 22r. I'm trying to get ideas for the plumbing. Its a carbureted engine with a Got Propane system. I'm specifically interested in the hoses for the internal wastegate and the suction hose. I know that the propane mixer has to be separated from the throttle plate, and the mixer gets mounted to the suction hose. Ideally, there's someone here that has pics of their own project. Thanks.
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https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...o-project.html

recent thread with some pictures

stubs thread with lots of pictures

https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...pane-22re.html

older thread

https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/toyot...ane-turbo.html
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You can also check out Timber Tiger here in general for some other ideas. It really boils down to where you have room.
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You can also check out Timber Tiger here in general for some other ideas. It really boils down to where you have room.
Thanks for the link. I got the most out of this thread, but like I said, a 22r is set up a little differently than a 22re. I'm just going to have to wing it. I'm considering mounting the propane mixer under the dash, where there is a lot more room than under the hood. I'm still not sure where the hoses go from the internal wastegate (there are two hose flanges on the diaphragm housing), and the hose flange on the pressure side of the turbo housing.
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Pic of what you are trying to figure out? I don't know what turbo you have.
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I can only assume you have the wastegate in the picture below. If you do hose from the turbo goes to the top port. The bottom one stays open.



As far as the how the other components lay out is up to you. You have to make them fit where you have room. Below is a link to pictures of mine when I set it up a few years ago.

Turbo Story by Steve Taylor (overeasytoy) | Photobucket

Does not matter what engine you are working on everything hooks up to the same place. Just might take a different way to get there.
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I can only assume you have the wastegate in the picture below. If you do hose from the turbo goes to the top port. The bottom one stays open.



As far as the how the other components lay out is up to you. You have to make them fit where you have room. Below is a link to pictures of mine when I set it up a few years ago.

Turbo Story by Steve Taylor (overeasytoy) | Photobucket

Does not matter what engine you are working on everything hooks up to the same place. Just might take a different way to get there.
Thanks, yes that is the info that I needed for the wastegate hose.
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Pic of what you are trying to figure out? I don't know what turbo you have.
It's a T3 turbo that Cary sells and his top mount exhaust manifold. I think I have everything worked out now, except for the mounting of the propane mixer to the suction side of the turbo. Like has already been pointed out, its mostly a matter of getting everything to fit.
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It usually hooks to the brass 90 degree fitting that is in the compressor housing.
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It usually hooks to the brass 90 degree fitting that is in the compressor housing.
This is the wastegate line that you're talking about?
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you will probably need one of these

https://centuryfuelproducts.com/c-a3...r-horn-adapter
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you will probably need one of these

https://centuryfuelproducts.com/c-a3...r-horn-adapter
Does this piece attach to the propane mixer, or the throttle plate?
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If you do hose from the turbo goes to the top port. The bottom one stays open.


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It usually hooks to the brass 90 degree fitting that is in the compressor housing.
If you want a in cab boost gauge put a T fitting into this line and run it to the back of your gauge.
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Does this piece attach to the propane mixer, or the throttle plate?
both

what i did on my 22r turbo propane setup using gotpropanes turbo and mixer was take the throttle plate thingy off the bottom of the mixer. mounted one of those C-A3-30 to the bottom of the mixer which went to a rubber boot elbow that fed to my turbo. then from my turbo i went over to the throttle body which i put a second C-A3-30 on to attach my turbo charge pipe to

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mixer to C-A3-30 to 90* elbow to turbo inlet then turbo outlet to rubber boot to cross over pipe to rubber boot to C-A3-30 to throttle body to intake manifold

i cant find any pics sorry, it was all ugly ghetto fab shit anyways
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what i did on my 22r turbo propane setup using gotpropanes turbo and mixer was take the throttle plate thingy off the bottom of the mixer. mounted one of those C-A3-30 to the bottom of the mixer which went to a rubber boot elbow that fed to my turbo. then from my turbo i went over to the throttle body which i put a second C-A3-30 on to attach my turbo charge pipe to

in this order

mixer to C-A3-30 to 90* elbow to turbo inlet then turbo outlet to rubber boot to cross over pipe to rubber boot to C-A3-30 to throttle body to intake manifold

i cant find any pics sorry, it was all ugly ghetto fab shit anyways
Thanks, this is extremely helpful.
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If you want a in cab boost gauge put a T fitting into this line and run it to the back of your gauge.
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you will probably need one of these

https://centuryfuelproducts.com/c-a3...r-horn-adapter
The C-A3-30-1 has a 2.5" OD flange, which offers a wider range of hoses to fit versus 2.625" for the C-A3-30.
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Thanks folks, for the advice with the turbo plumbing. Especially the four bolt flanges from Century. I would have had a helluva time finding those units on my own. Anyway, got the turbo installed and test drove it- works great. The power difference is like night and day. I don't really notice it much when doing detail crawling, but when I get on the throttle it perks right up.
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got any pictures of what you ended up with?
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got any pictures of what you ended up with?
Sorry, no. Photobucket is blocked on this computer. I used to post pics here. The IT guys block just about every site except this one for some reason.
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do you have some? shoot me an email and i'll upload them to pirate because photobucket done downloaded the aids

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digging the way you got the air filter over to a pretty well protected spot. came out nice
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digging the way you got the air filter over to a pretty well protected spot. came out nice
Thanks for posting the pics. I noticed that Cary put his air cleaner on the drivers side. I tried to do that, but there was no more room over there with the distributor, PS pump and reservoir. I had to cut a hole in the center of the hood to clear the duct work.
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right on, not sure where or how your hood hole centers on everything, but i did notice that it took less than a year to get some noticeable UV related deterioration on the Red plumbing elbows when i had my hole for my radiator. something to look out for unless you are putting a cover or some such on it.
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