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  1. I have none in English but... French: XD3T Spanish: https://www.technirevue.com/revue_technique/revue-technique-peugeot-505.pdf Dutch: https://www.peugeot404vereniging.nl/docs/Indenor Dieselmotor Peugeot J7-9,404,504,505,505 Turbo,604 Turbo, Instructie, - OCR.pdf https://www.peugeot404vereniging.nl/docs/Vraagbaak voor de Indenor Dieselmotor - Ph Olving - Kluwer - 1983 - OCR - NL.pdf You can copy/paste the Dutch ones in google translate.
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    It was done more than once for the XUD, even with a BA/7 gearbox. For the engine tilt 18,5° was possible with DW10 oil pump and sump, there is also the Peugeot J5 / Citroën C25 with a XUD9A engine that was at best straight if not slightly leaning forward.
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    The real gauge is a custom aircraft instrument, the only one wit the correct range that I ever saw on sale was from a WW2 airplane and so had radium paint inside... You can also buy a replica for quite a bit of money.
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    For the instrument panel the big boost gauge should be white with a blue needle, just like the one on allmost any french turbo race car from the 80': 205 Turbo 16, 405 Turbo 16, 505 Superproduction, 309 Turbo Cup, Citroen AX Superproduction, R5 Turbo, R21 Superproduction, R11 Turbo Gr.A...
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    Try to use a forged DW10 crank: +47cc and +1mm at TDC
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    Almost all test mules end up scraped so if Peugeot made any 505 Turbo 16 it was at best used for testing another engine or two before meeting his end.
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    Peugeot 505 T16

    Really cool, Peugeot probably made at least one 505 Turbo 16 as a test mule for the 205 Turbo 16 engine. I'm curious about the way you will mate the XU and the BA10.
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    What did you do today?

    Maybe you're just the first one to set it the right way. Can you check the valve lift with your tool?
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    Still learning my 505

    It should be on the left but you don't have much room so maybe on these pumps it's on the right.
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    Still learning my 505

    Yep, fast idle as long as it's cold and then slow idle for less noise and more MPG. Do you have a Lucas or a Bosch pump?
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    Still learning my 505

    Something like this is used to raise the idle RPM when cold:
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    Still learning my 505

    This looks like a thermostatic actuator, maybe for a diesel injection pump or maybe the engine fan. The cruise control won't work without the speed signal, as the speedometer doesn't work either I think it's a mechanical problem with the speedo cable or the gears on the geabox.
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    What did you do today?

    Pretty clever but it could only work as long as the test guy doesn't notice ; if he is that friendly then one way to pass is to test another car.
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    What did you do today?

    France is planning to crank it up again in 2022 with a NOx test. At this time maybe I will need some trickery to make it pass.
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    What did you do today?

    Yesterday my 309 turbo diesel was due to technical inspection, 455000 km (282724 miles), original engine and tighter rules for smoke opacity test... what could go wrong anyway? As it turns out french diesel emission rules for a 1991 car are not that hard to satisfy: no cat, no EGR, no ODB and even more leeway for turbo. So I'm good for at least two more years.
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