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turbo...where?? 1965 sears suburban 10

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1965 sears (david bradley) suburban 10, model no. 917.606.46. 10hp kohler. Where is the turbo on this machine? it says turbo on the sidecover, but i cant find anything relating to it on the machine anywhere, unless it was incorporated in the original muffler sys. (dont have on it), or in the carburator. if anyone knows what this turbo thing is and where it is or was on it, please let me know.

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PatRarick
Art is right,it is only a word, and is not even related to the engine. It is related to the mower deck. A fancy sounding word for the reaction of high lift mower blades. Pat

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