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Old 11-13-2013, 02:31 PM
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Default D24t swap to the volvo 245

I swap the d24t to my 245 and i have 2 questions
Can someone tell me why i must change oil pan in d24t on that from d24 ?
Second: how to insert the engine so as not to cut stringer to make room for turbo ?
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Old 11-13-2013, 04:21 PM
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You will need to use the d24 pan and put a turbo return line on it. The d24t pan had a different sump that will interfere with the crossmember on the 240, also the d24t sits more vertical in the 7xx and 9xx body's.

Avoid notching the frame rail, I have noticed you can add a turbo on a factory slant with fresh mounts, or add a shim on the turbo side engine mount.
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:11 AM
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anders thanks, I have no problem with change oil pan and trailing welding turbo, just don't know why I have to change it, now I know
So I can only plant something under paw engine and it will be fine.
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:36 PM
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I dropped my D24T into my 245 WITHOUT changing the oil pan.
I just cut away the interfering part of the crossmember, then welded in some thick angle iron to box it back up and strengthen it. And I also use the bigger D24T right engine mount and this caused the engine to sit higher up on the passenger side making plenty of room for Turbo.
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Old 04-14-2014, 01:49 AM
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I have noticed you can add a turbo on a factory slant with fresh mounts, or add a shim on the turbo side engine mount.
Or avoid using the stock turbo manifold and make one that mounts in toward the front.

rough guessing where its going to go with tack welds. using the stock NA manifold flipped around


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Old 07-01-2018, 12:47 AM
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I dropped my D24T into my 245 WITHOUT changing the oil pan.
I just cut away the interfering part of the crossmember, then welded in some thick angle iron to box it back up and strengthen it. And I also use the bigger D24T right engine mount and this caused the engine to sit higher up on the passenger side making plenty of room for Turbo.
I know this is a real old thred .... But have you got pics ?

Anyone have pics ou the welded return line ?
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