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Old 04-24-2007, 08:07 AM
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p-pump on 7.3 powerstroke

how is it possible to put a p7100 injection pump on a 7.3 i thought they were hydraulic not mechanical. i saw it on a f350 pullin truck its blue and the vavle covers of the motor says super stroker and it also has twin turbos has any one seen this truck. try to get some pics
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Old 04-24-2007, 08:15 AM
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cant get the pictures to load but they are on my myspace page
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Old 04-24-2007, 08:36 AM
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About 20,000 plus and a P pump out of a I-8 cummins... All it takes is MONEY...
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Old 04-24-2007, 09:30 AM
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A p-7100 will not work...its a 6 cyl pump lol. The truck you are talking about has a powerstroke block with IIRC a mack pump and a whole bunch of custom stuff. Engine is rumored to have costed over $100k
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Luke is correct... very expensive build.
Pump is from a Mack engine, however.. I believe that Bosch did make some V-8 versions of the P-pump... were used on Cat 3208 engines IIRC.

Would be a very expensive conversion... the heads would have to be dried up, and the injector holes would have to be redone to accept a totally different kind of injector.

If this link opens.. it should be the truck you are talking about.
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Old 04-24-2007, 01:06 PM
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does anybody have an idea what kind of power something like would make
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does anybody have an idea what kind of power something like would make
Too much to drive it on the street.
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With a mild tune, and the adjustable wastegate set somewhat low, that engine dyno's (on an engine dyno not a chassis machine) in the mid 1500's for hp.
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With a mild tune, and the adjustable wastegate set somewhat low, that engine dyno's (on an engine dyno not a chassis machine) in the mid 1500's for hp.
i would love to have that motor in my f350
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