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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-08-2009, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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93, 12 value

I'm looking at getting a 93, 12 value but i might be able to get the hole fuel system for a 94 to 98.5 12 value. So my question is if i was to buy the 93 and put the fuel system of the 94 to 98.5 on the 93 motor will the power upgrades be the same as a 94 to 98.5? Or should i just keep looking for a 94-98.5 cummins??
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by the time you get the conversion parts you are better off buying a latter motor, the P pump wont simply bolt on, you need a new front engine cover as the bolt pattern is different on the pump also i beleive the intake cover might be different and the fuel lines might need to be bent differently but im not positive about that one... would have to look at both of my engines and see if there is a difference.
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a guy i work with has an uncle that did an inline pump conversion, to a 91 an i don't think he needed another front housing
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i don't think he needed another front housing
Yes he did they are different.

The pistons are different in the 91 engine also. You would need injectors with 1st gen tips installed. The spray angles are different between a p-pump and a VE pump.

Most of the time buying a swap kit piece by piece it is cheaper to find a complete running engine.

93 W350 w/duals, fuel pin turned, 6X.018" injectors, 4" exhaust, 3" air intake horn, HX40/16, G56 /SBC Con-OFE, 307's axles' 2" skyjacker lift, B&W flatbed
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