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Old 02-25-2011, 04:21 PM
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Ford injection system.

I was reading about hi Hp 12v dodges and thought Why hasnt someone taken out the HPOP and replaced it with a supermodified dodge P-Pump. Extend it to 8 cylinders, retime it, put mechanical injectors in. Hook up a throttle cable and be done with it. Why hasnt someone done it? P Pump dodges have made 1200+ on just fuel. Why not a 6.0 PSD?
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there are mechanically injected 7.3's, Double Overtime is one of them. I beleive it uses a modified mack injection pump. There are I beleive some one off common rail 7.3's out there, but it's not as simple as popping in mechanical injectors and a injection pump. there is a ton of custom machining that needs to be done, etc. It is prohibitively expensive. Much easier and saner to do a cummins swap.

And the HPOP is not at all related to the fuel side of the engine, and I'm more than sure that the oil rails etc would not stand up to being used for 20k+ psi of direct injection fuel pressure, especially with the HP oil system in a 6.0

look here: http://www.gohypermax.com/Related.as...7-2115bbd215a1

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Old 02-25-2011, 04:47 PM
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I was thinking simplicity. No sensors. No electronics
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Hypermax - Product Display That what I am talking about.
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17k now I know why nobody has done it.
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Old 02-25-2011, 05:07 PM
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17k now I know why nobody has done it.

yep, you hit the nail on the head lol
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why the hell would you want mechanical injection with the advancements in injectors/injection timing today? todays diesels are so damn smooth and quiet.....it's not by accident
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More stuff to go wrong with more electronics. I dont mind noise and smoke. If I wanted a silent diesel I would have bought a Duramax. My dads LBZ is so quiet its like a gasser. I LOVE my 6.0 so far.
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Id love to find a nice clean IDI.....nothing more simple than that!
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