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Old 05-28-2022, 09:23 AM   #1
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Perkins ST6.3544M turbo parts

Hi all!
Mechanic slipped and fell and broke the exhaust flange/fitting (the exhaust elbow fits on to it) on the turbo on my port engine.
Anyone have an engine manual for it? ST6.3544M
Iím thinking this is going to be an expensive impeller change.
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You might also try Trans Atlantic Diesel . Get the specific engine engine serial number
and model and phone them and ask.

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Can you post a picture of the broken part?
Some of those are common to automotive.
There is a turbocharger repair shop in Albany. Someone on here posted about a few years ago. I don't remember the name but Google is your friend.
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Second the vote for TAD. They are the Perkins marine go to on this side of the pond. They will send you the parts diagrams and if NLA new are a good source for used and reconditioned parts.
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Second the vote for TAD. They are the Perkins marine go to on this side of the pond. They will send you the parts diagrams and if NLA new are a good source for used and reconditioned parts.
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Can you post a picture of the broken part?
Some of those are common to automotive.
There is a turbocharger repair shop in Albany. Someone on here posted about a few years ago. I don't remember the name but Google is your friend.
Just posted, thanks!
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You might also try Trans Atlantic Diesel . Get the specific engine engine serial number
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Iím not 100% certain this is the part BUT if it is TAD has new manufactured out of of stainless steel. I replaced one this winter that was bad, leaking exhaust at the riser connection. They come with a blanket. You will also need the stainless rings that mount between the riser connection and turbo side connection and 2 new clamps.
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Iím not 100% certain this is the part BUT if it is TAD has new manufactured out of of stainless steel. I replaced one this winter that was bad, leaking exhaust at the riser connection. They come with a blanket. You will also need the stainless rings that mount between the riser connection and turbo side connection and 2 new clamps.
Awesome thanks!!
The flange ring broke that the elbow clamps to.
What did that run you, ballpark?
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I believe the entire package, was approx $900, the ďturbo potĒ was $650.I distorted the clamps when removing so new were needed and new stainless rings are necessary. I purchased these in Feb 2022. The old pot deteriorated at the exhaust flange. Simple repair but costly.
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I believe the entire package, was approx $900, the ďturbo potĒ was $650.I distorted the clamps when removing so new were needed and new stainless rings are necessary. I purchased these in Feb 2022. The old pot deteriorated at the exhaust flange. Simple repair but costly.
Yep thatís the part! Really appreciate it. Thanks much for the info!
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IdleHour,BTW ours is a Perkins T6.354. I think the turbo pots are all the same.TAD will put you on the correct part,they speak fluent Perkins.
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