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post #1 of 15 Old 10-12-2012, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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p-pump conversion

Does anybody know what injectors are used with the p-pump conversion on 7.3s? Not looking to buy from hypermax
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Modified cummins 8.3 injectors


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What a waste of time to p-pump a 7.3. A cat pump is a much better option than a dinky cummins pump.
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^whs, the hypermax kit isn't a bad idea. You are looking at around 25k in parts no matter what. And I hope you are willing to spend another 10k on a block that will hold the power, you are looking at 1000+ hp fuel only with a p pump 7.3

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What a waste of time to p-pump a 7.3. A cat pump is a much better option than a dinky cummins pump.
why do people talk about things they know nothing about?

You realize that CAT engines came with BOSCH P series inline pumps, right?

a "Cummins" P-pump is a Bosch pump just like a "CAT" P-pump is a Bosch pump.

Nobody said anything about a Cummins pump. How on earth do you propose using a 6cyl pump on an 8cyl engine anyhow?
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why do people talk about things they know nothing about?

You realize that CAT engines came with BOSCH P series inline pumps, right?

a "Cummins" P-pump is a Bosch pump just like a "CAT" P-pump is a Bosch pump.

Nobody said anything about a Cummins pump. How on earth do you propose using a 6cyl pump on an 8cyl engine anyhow?
I know precisely what I"m talking about. I know that a rinky p-pump shouldn't be on a 7.3l v8... which is why I said to pickup a Caterpillar mechanical pump. Regardless, its a disgusting amount of money and time on a 7.3... and for that money a common rail retro would probably be even better.
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what model "Caterpillar" pump is better than a 14mm p-pump?
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I think the better question in, what stock p-pump is 14mm?
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you said "dinky cummins p-pump"

I was unaware of an 8cyl Cummins P7100

I am aware of Mack and IH 8cyl P7100 pumps... wait... doesn't IH make the Powerstroke?

meanwhile, those are all Bosch pumps...

Again, what model CAT pump do you recommend for his application?
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I dont recommend ANY mechanical pump. For the money he'll be spending, go CR.
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