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Old 06-02-2008, 11:31 AM
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89 IDI diesel. I want for power!!

Hey guys my dad has a 89 diesel, 5speed. If i turn the pump up will i have to put a diff. fuel system on it? I supose il have to put a new clutch in it also? Is there diff. injectors i could put in it.
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Old 06-02-2008, 12:01 PM
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I didn't do anything to the fuel system on mine when I turned it up. It's been a real long time, but IIRC, it didn't take much of an adjustment either. It seems like it was a minute adjustment that I made and wound up having to back off of that. I had a Banks Sidewinder turbo on it, 4" back exhaust and a Transpack. It would tow real good. I don't know what is available for these any more, but I would consider trying to get it more air way before larger injectors, JMO.
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Old 06-04-2008, 08:55 PM
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Not sure what is available for injectors. The pumps are pretty easy to turn up. Only turn the screw in about 1 flat on the allen wrench. That's all it takes. if it dosn't smoke much you can go a little more but esepcially if it's a nonturbo if you go much it'll start smoking real bad. Also a good idea to put a pyro on it. The rest of the fuel system won't need to be addressed and I doubt the clutch will have a problem. While it'll be a lot more power than stock it's not really like doing a chip in a powerstroke.
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