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Hey,
this is something i'm thinking about since some time.

since we have the scrapping premium (sp?) since beginning 2009, we have tons of good engiones / parts on a junkyard nearby and i realy want to do a Engine Project, first i thought i could get the 1.8 20V Turbo out of the Golf, rebuild it and make it more powerful, but that just looks too easy.

Now i'm thinking about using a 1.9L Turbo Diesel Bottom End with a 8valve Head and Turbo Diesel Manifold.

Since i'm realy into Old School i would like to use a Carburator, i know it is possible, but i'm not quite sure how.
Any of you guys got knowledge about a Turboed Carburator Engine? Does it sit before or behind the Turbo? are those special units or just diffrent injectors with a pressure regulated fuelpump?

i'm not lookin to build a high power engine, i just want to do something a bit special, not like everyone else slapping a big turbo kit ontop of a stock motor.
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Hey,
this is something i'm thinking about since some time.

since we have the scrapping premium (sp?) since beginning 2009, we have tons of good engiones / parts on a junkyard nearby and i realy want to do a Engine Project, first i thought i could get the 1.8 20V Turbo out of the Golf, rebuild it and make it more powerful, but that just looks too easy.

Now i'm thinking about using a 1.9L Turbo Diesel Bottom End with a 8valve Head and Turbo Diesel Manifold.

Since i'm realy into Old School i would like to use a Carburator, i know it is possible, but i'm not quite sure how.
Any of you guys got knowledge about a Turboed Carburator Engine? Does it sit before or behind the Turbo? are those special units or just diffrent injectors with a pressure regulated fuelpump?

i'm not lookin to build a high power engine, i just want to do something a bit special, not like everyone else slapping a big turbo kit ontop of a stock motor.

uh... behind the turbo? I think you should read up a bit before you dive into a project like this. And it is possible to have a turbocharged carbed motor. It's called a blow thru carburetor google it.

Here ya go even helped take some of the work load off for ya... blow through carburetor - Yahoo! Search Results
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i know it's possible
and i know there's a suck-though and a blow through type, that's what i meant with before/behind the turbo, just didn't knew the english word for it

I'm more interested in what kind of carbs to use or how to modify stock carbs
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Turbo and ITB's would be sexier...
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i know it's possible
and i know there's a suck-though and a blow through type, that's what i meant with before/behind the turbo, just didn't knew the english word for it

I'm more interested in what kind of carbs to use or how to modify stock carbs
I'd definetly run blow thru. If you use this suck through your talking about look how far the fuel has to travel after the carb to get into the combustion chamber. You'll get a weird idle a never get consistent tuning with fuel pooling up in the "Intake".
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Turbo and ITB's would be sexier...

yea, but way more expensive and harder to do too, ITB would need a stand alone or atleast a piggyback management system
let alone that ITB's are not like carbs just laying arround on a junkyard
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I'd definetly run blow thru. If you use this suck through your talking about look how far the fuel has to travel after the carb to get into the combustion chamber. You'll get a weird idle a never get consistent tuning with fuel pooling up in the "Intake".
that's what i thought too, but there i wouldn't have the problem with the carb being under pressure..
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uh... behind the turbo? I think you should read up a bit before you dive into a project like this. And it is possible to have a turbocharged carbed motor. It's called a blow thru carburetor google it.

Here ya go even helped take some of the work load off for ya... blow through carburetor - Yahoo! Search Results
That's kind of rude & I think you need to do some research of your own & not just rely on what you read on the internet before you try to give out "advice".

Carburetors suck! But you can do either with a turbo charger. If you do it with the carb after the turbo (basically adding the turbo to the engine) you are very limited by the amount of boost you can use. Somewhere around 6 psi. If done before the turbo you can get by with more boost but plumbing becomes way more complicated. And there's another drawback but I forget what lol.

Either way you need an FMU or something to get more fuel when the turbo boosts. I had plans at one time to put dual turbos on a V8 Mustang back in the early 90s but I ended up scrapping the project. So I haven't actually done either but I've owned many turbo charged cars. They were just all fuel injected. It's been many years since I did all the research to add the turbos to that carbureted engine so I'm sure I've forgotten most of what needs to be done.
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That's kind of rude & I think you need to do some research of your own & not just rely on what you read on the internet before you try to give out "advice".

Carburetors suck! But you can do either with a turbo charger. If you do it with the carb after the turbo (basically adding the turbo to the engine) you are very limited by the amount of boost you can use. Somewhere around 6 psi. If done before the turbo you can get by with more boost but plumbing becomes way more complicated. And there's another drawback but I forget what lol.

Either way you need an FMU or something to get more fuel when the turbo boosts. I had plans at one time to put dual turbos on a V8 Mustang back in the early 90s but I ended up scrapping the project. So I haven't actually done either but I've owned many turbo charged cars. They were just all fuel injected. It's been many years since I did all the research to add the turbos to that carbureted engine so I'm sure I've forgotten most of what needs to be done.

LOL limted to 6 psi? Alright mister ghost mechanic.

With anything more than 6psi your advised to run a bypass or blow off valve. you can run more than 6psi on a blow thru set up.
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Your best bet is to do your own research and decide what you really want to do after that.

here's a turbo related forum. http://www.theturboforums.com/

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