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Turbo Heat Shield ("Bullet Shield") – We can only supply a USED shield.
See USED page 354
PICTURE #
1. Tabs – Turbo Shield: Yes! Those stainless tabs that always break off! Holds shield to Turbo body. Get these
stainless tabs spot welded on and use that shield. 196266 Turbo. Check your length.
196263 (1 1/4") C5471E 1 oz.
196466 (1 1/2") C5471L 1 oz.
2. Nut & Lock Washer: Set of 2 nuts & 2 lockwashers C7242 2 oz./set
3. Bracket – Turbo Shield: Bracket that welds to inside of shield and rests on the outlet exhaust pipe. Old one usually
rusted or missing from bottom of shield. Suggest welding on (can install with sheet metal screws).
196264 C5679 2 oz.
196566 C5680 4 oz.
4. Clamp –Turbo Shield: This is a strap-type clamp that clamps to the Turbo outlet pipe. The bracket underneath shield (item just above) slips into this clamp and that is
what holds the shield to outlet pipe. Reproduction, ver y similar to the original. Includes attaching screw.
196266 C5681 4 oz.
5. Screw – Clamp For reproduction clamp C7131 1 oz.
For original clamp Discontinued
H. Other Turbo Parts: Manifold Gauge Parts
PICTURE #
1. Brass Vacuum Gauge Fitting: Screws into inlet port on left head of 196266 Turbo. C1082 1 oz.
2. Replacement Brass Ends: For vacuum gauge line. All 196266 Turbo & 140 HP. Used at engine and gauge end. Easily installs
on plastic hose, just push on. C1083 1 oz.
Manifold Pressure Hose: From manifold to dash gauge. These get brittle. Buy new connectors above. Includes instructions for using old connectors.
196266 Turbo & 140 HP C20 6 oz.
Instructions Only for installing manifold pressure hose: Included with C20. C262 1 oz.
Turbo Pressure Hose Clip
This clip was used to hold the pressure gauge hose to the chrome fuel line. Plain steel or chrome plated (not polished first).
Not sure if used on early models. Plain C1198P 1 oz.
Chrome C1198C 1 oz.
Turbo Head Fitting: Right head, hose to distributor retard.
Original Style C1150 3 oz.
Pressure Retards: Turbos have a pressure retard on the distributor (looks like a vacuum advance). Also see "ADVANCE/RETARD" below. Be sure to check the one
on your Turbo distributor to see that it's right. The number on the actuating arm should be (196264 #224 OR 231), (196566 #250). The small tube where the hose slides on
should also have a raised "barb" to hold the hose on. This reproduction works well on all years.
EX ACT REPROS #224 62-64 Turbos C13269 6 oz.
#250 65-66 Turbos C13270 6 oz.
Original Pressure Retard Hose Clamps: 2 Needed C2564C 2 oz.
Turbo Advance & Retard: These work like a vacuum advance and advance
the timing until the vacuum approaches "0" and goes into boost. At that time it works like an original retard
unit and retards the timing. I have been starting with the timing at 18-20 degrees (vacuum "advance/retard")
disconnected. Throttle response seems much quicker with and without boost. Boost seems to start sooner and
go a little higher. 196266 C7877 6 oz.
Original Pressure Retard Hose Clamps: 2 Needed C2564C 2 oz.
Head Temp Sender Units: 196266 Turbo ORIGINAL STYLE
Orignal Thermister: Goes in left head and makes dash gauge work. Looks like a small spark plug. C436 Discontinued
Gasket for original thermister C21 1 oz.
Nut : Special for original thermister C1592 ½ oz.
"Idiot Light Sender": 196266 Turbo – Excellent Repro – Goes in right head. C437R 2 oz.
Gasket for sender C644 1 oz.
Thermister Replacement
The “CHT-100” is an advanced Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor for the Corvair Spyder and Corsa models. Designed as a direct
replacement for the obsolete AC Thermistor, the “CHT-100” uses thermocouple technology for reliable and accurate temperature
measurement over the wide range of temperatures experienced in the Cor vair engine. It uses advanced digital technology to
convert the thermocouple measurement to a constant resistance source, matched specifically to the Corvair dash mounted
cylinder head temperature gauge. The result is a sensor that outperforms the original AC Delco design. Threads into original
thermister hole – comes with instructions. Want more info? Visit web site vairtrix.com. No washer or nut needed.
1962-64 Spyder: C1717 4 oz. 1965-66 Corsa: C1718 4 oz.
Thermister Adaptor for 80–110HP Heads
These have been available for years but we would not sell them as they were very apt to break. These have been redesigned and
are much stronger. If you have installed a Spyder or Corsa dash or are using the original head temp gauge, you can screw these
adaptors into the spare "idiot light switch" hole & then screw in an original thermister.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! Just until snug. C10888 2 oz.
ENGINE DISCOUNT !
see Blue pg. MK-2
Turbo
Thermister Replacement
Original Thermister
C1150
C1198P
C1198C
C2564C
C10888
iWARNING: Products on this page can expose you to a chemical, which is known to the St ate of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. **For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov**51Turbo Heat Shield ("Bullet Shield") - We can only supply a USED shield. See USED page 354PICTURE #1. Tabs - Turbo Shield: Yes! Those stainless tabs that always break off! Holds shield to Turbo body. Get these stainless tabs spot welded on and use that shield. 1962-66 Turbo. Check your length. 1962-63 (1 1/4") C5471E 1 oz. 1964-66 (1 1/2") C5471L 1 oz.2. Nut & Lock Washer: Set of 2 nuts & 2 lockwashers C7242 2 oz./set 3. Bracket - Turbo Shield: Bracket that welds to inside of shield and rests on the outlet exhaust pipe. Old one usually rusted or missing from bottom of shield. Suggest welding on (can install with sheet metal screws). 1962-64 C5679 2 oz. 1965-66 C5680 4 oz.4. Clamp -Turbo Shield: This is a strap-type clamp that clamps to the Turbo outlet pipe. The bracket underneath shield (item just above) slips into this clamp and that is what holds the shield to outlet pipe. Reproduction, ver y similar to the original. Includes attaching screw. 1962-66 C5681 4 oz.5. Screw - Clamp For reproduction clamp C7131 1 oz. For original clamp DiscontinuedH. Other Turbo Parts: Manifold Gauge PartsPICTURE #1. Brass Vacuum Gauge Fitting: Screws into inlet port on left head of 1962-66 Turbo. C1082 1 oz.2. Replacement Brass Ends: For vacuum gauge line. All 1962-66 Turbo & 140 HP. Used at engine and gauge end. Easily installs on plastic hose, just push on. C1083 1 oz.Manifold Pressure Hose: From manifold to dash gauge. These get brittle. Buy new connectors above. Includes instructions for using old connectors. 1962-66 Turbo & 140 HP C20 6 oz.Instructions Only for installing manifold pressure hose: Included with C20. C262 1 oz. Turbo Pressure Hose ClipThis clip was used to hold the pressure gauge hose to the chrome fuel line. Plain steel or chrome plated (not polished first). Not sure if used on early models. Plain C1198P 1 oz. Chrome C1198C 1 oz.Turbo Head Fitting: Right head, hose to distributor retard. Original Style C1150 3 oz. Pressure Retards: Turbos have a pressure retard on the distributor (looks like a vacuum advance). Also see "ADVANCE/RETARD" below. Be sure to check the one on your Turbo distributor to see that it's right. The number on the actuating arm should be (1962-64 #224 OR 231), (1965-66 #250). The small tube where the hose slides on should also have a raised "barb" to hold the hose on. This reproduction works well on all years. EX ACT REPROS #224 62-64 Turbos C13269 6 oz. #250 65-66 Turbos C13270 6 oz. Original Pressure Retard Hose Clamps: 2 Needed C2564C 2 oz.Turbo Advance & Retard: These work like a vacuum advance and advance the timing until the vacuum approaches "0" and goes into boost. At that time it works like an original retard unit and retards the timing. I have been starting with the timing at 18-20 degrees (vacuum "advance/retard") disconnected. Throttle response seems much quicker with and without boost. Boost seems to start sooner and go a little higher. 1962-66 C7877 6 oz. Original Pressure Retard Hose Clamps: 2 Needed C2564C 2 oz.Head Temp Sender Units: 1962-66 Turbo - ORIGINAL STYLE Orignal Thermister: Goes in left head and makes dash gauge work. Looks like a small spark plug. C436 Discontinued Gasket for original thermister C21 1 oz. Nut : Special for original thermister C1592 1/2 oz. "Idiot Light Sender": 1962-66 Turbo - Excellent Repro - Goes in right head. C437R 2 oz. Gasket for sender C644 1 oz.Thermister ReplacementThe "CHT-100" is an advanced Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor for the Corvair Spyder and Corsa models. Designed as a direct replacement for the obsolete AC Thermistor, the "CHT-100" uses thermocouple technology for reliable and accurate temperature measurement over the wide range of temperatures experienced in the Cor vair engine. It uses advanced digital technology to convert the thermocouple measurement to a constant resistance source, matched specifically to the Corvair dash mounted cylinder head temperature gauge. The result is a sensor that outperforms the original AC Delco design. Threads into original thermister hole - comes with instructions. Want more info? Visit web site vairtrix.com. No washer or nut needed. 1962-64 Spyder: C1717 4 oz. 1965-66 Corsa: C1718 4 oz.Thermister Adaptor for 80-110HP HeadsThese have been available for years but we would not sell them as they were very apt to break. These have been redesigned and are much stronger. If you have installed a Spyder or Corsa dash or are using the original head temp gauge, you can screw these adaptors into the spare "idiot light switch" hole & then screw in an original thermister.DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! Just until snug. C10888 2 oz.ENGINE DISCOUNT !see Blue pg. MK-2TurboThermister ReplacementOriginal ThermisterC1150C1198PC1198CC2564CC10888
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