Anyone with experience converting a first generation cummins?I am considering buying one that I have found to convert.Some one who knows about the IP. How well it can stand the VO and the Heat from a FPHE? Also, what did you dol about lift pumps?Thanks
FYI about the lift pump and injection pump.
‘89-‘93 Owners – If the mechanical fuel transfer pump (driven by a lobe on the engine’s camshaft fails there is no
damage to the engine’s fuel injection pump. The mechanical transfer pump has a long life-to-failure and replacement
parts can be obtained at your Cummins distributor. Should the transfer pump not operate, the engine will not
start/run. There will not be any damage done to the Bosch VE-style fuel injection pump that is downstream of the
fuel transfer pump. It is not necessary to monitor the fuel pressure from the fuel transfer pump.
I think GC kit use the same lift pump for diesel and veggie.
Bosch VE-style pump was used in Benz and VW, known good in running WVO.
'05 Cummins CTD 24V HPCR RAM 2500 QC SLT SB Black 4X4 48RE 325 hp 610 ft.lbs
GC Kit + 3rd Tank WVO(80%)/RUG(20%) + Co-Pilot
3-Tank Operation managed by Co-Pilot: Blending(warm up) / Veggie(hot run) / Diesel(purge for next start)
Smarty Jr 40/70/100 hp (Timing Map Modification)
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