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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Silverton, OR
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A 90 cummins is a VE pumped cummins. Basically it has a rotary VE pump on it. They get the best fuel milage out of the cummins. The pump gives them a really good torque curve. These are the motors that will put out some crazy torque numbers, like 400hp and 900ft lbs of torque. I actually perfer the VE pump as it has a better advance curve than the P pump cummins. Great motors, and there are lots of mods for them. They dont have cam plates like a P pump does, so getting lots of power out of them requires a special pump head, I think its called something like 14mm head or something I forget. Dont shy away from them, they are great.
1985 Ford F-250 with a 6.9 IDI/T-19 4speed 4x4
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2004 Jetta TDI 5 speed
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1997 Passat B4V TDI. 1 of 80 imported in 97. 50 MPG and a factory 25 gallon fuel tank!