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Where should I send my injections pump?

This is my first Cummins 12V and I have no idea where to go or where to send stuff. I think my injection pump is bad and I am hoping sending it off to be rebuilt is cheaper than buying a new one. While it is getting gone through are there any mods that can be done to give my engine some more output? Who should I send it to? What should I know and what kind of questions should I ask before I send it off?
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Stay away from Penscola Diesel. That place has a very bad rep for rebuilt pumps and injectors..

I haven't heard of any problems with industerial injection.

Schied's is another shop with a good rep.

Most shops limit turning up a pump to around 10% above factory settings. Anything above that they will not warrent.

What is the engine doing to make you think the injection pump is bad???

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Have them install the 366 governor spring while they are at it. Best thing you can do to it, and I doubt they have any problem doing it because it's a stock Bosch part.

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Thanks for the heads up. Some one else suggested I give them a try.
I replaced the lift pump when I found out it was bad with a newer piston driven pump and the engine still will not start.

Thanks for the tip, I will make sure I ask about it. What does the different spring do?
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The 366 gov spring is a stronger spring that allows the pump to fuel up to 3200 rpm. Stock is like 2200 or maybe 2400.

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Thanks for the information. Are there any other tips to make this IP a little better?
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Be careful R&R'ing it.

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What do you mean?
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Have you ever taken one off before?

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Ah, I see. No I have not, however I watched some videos made by dodge on how to remove one. That really helped. They took a lot of the mystery out of it.
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