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Old 04-22-2011, 04:08 PM
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P-Pump swap

Has any one on here ever done one befour? Ive tried to do a little research on it but havent had much luck.

From everything ive seen it really dont seem that hard to do.

Just build a new front cover to accept a inline pump, Im not sure what injectors would be best to run ive talked to a few people who said they have herd run cummins injectors but wernt sure what style?

and i take it i should get differnt pistons to accept the spray pattern for the differnt injectors? But who makes aftermarket pistons for the 7.3?

What have people done about turbo location cause I figured by the time you put the pump in the valley there wont be much room.

As of now im just toying around with the idea, Im currently working on building a cummins to swap in there but I want something differnt and unique.

Just looking for some imput Thanks guys
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:25 PM
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here you go Hypermax - Product Display
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to bad i didnt have 18 grand lol
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wouldnt the cummins be cheaper then that? or if your gona sepnd that much why not do a common rail setup like the 6.4's?
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wouldnt the cummins be cheaper then that? or if your gona sepnd that much why not do a common rail setup like the 6.4's?
Yes the cummins swap would be cheaper than 18 grand. But if i do this swap i am going to build almost everything i need for it so it wont cost me 18 grand.

I dont want to buy a premade kit that wouldnt be any fun to do.

Thanks for finding that kit ive been looking for somthing like that just to get some ideas.

Any one have any idea what pump and injectors there using in the kits?
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:38 AM
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Yes the cummins swap would be cheaper than 18 grand. But if i do this swap i am going to build almost everything i need for it so it wont cost me 18 grand.

I dont want to buy a premade kit that wouldnt be any fun to do.

Thanks for finding that kit ive been looking for somthing like that just to get some ideas.

Any one have any idea what pump and injectors there using in the kits?
I figured you wouldn't buy it, but its a great start for ideas!! Keep this thread updated if you take this project on!
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Old 04-23-2011, 10:50 AM
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I figured you wouldn't buy it, but its a great start for ideas!! Keep this thread updated if you take this project on!
I would like to do it

But i need to find a junk block or somthing to get started on it. cause i still need my truck right now.

are the idi blocks the same? cause i can find some of them pretty cheep?
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heres a question could you p pump a idi motor its all ready mechanically injected right?
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heres a question could you p pump a idi motor its all ready mechanically injected right?
You probaly could. But since its indirect injected It wouldnt really be worth doing it
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ok thanks i was wondering about that.
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