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does anyone know of any company that sells a complete kit to do a swap from a vp-44 to a P-7100, and if you do know could I get a link or a price. Thanks for all the help guys :Thumbup:
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does anyone know of any company that sells a complete kit to do a swap from a vp-44 to a P-7100, and if you do know could I get a link or a price. Thanks for all the help guys :Thumbup:
scheiddiesel.com has a complete kit i believe for a conversion minus the pump. The p7100 injection pump can be bought from any number of places including scheid but their 215 p-pump is a bit pricey. A total cost of about $4500 which includes everything u need to put it together but obviously doesnt include labor, minor parts, and you will also need a new lift pump/supply pump.

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you would be better off buying a 12v engine and taking off the parts you need off of it then keeping the engine for a spare or to build up
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you would be better off buying a 12v engine and taking off the parts you need off of it then keeping the engine for a spare or to build up
if he bought a 12v engine, he'd still need the 1800 dollar kit from scheid to allow him to run a p7100 on a 24v. The cheapest option would be to just sell ur 24v and buy a 12v cummins. Thats what i did, and im not regretting it.

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If you buy a 12v engine, everything except the lines will swap over. All the kit includes is lines, and a different front timing case/cover. All of the parts would be there, complete and ready to go. You may need a new pump, depending on the condition of the pump you get though.
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Don't get us wrong but the conversion can be done... It just that the price and the amount of labor is killer... You would be better finding a 12V truck... :shrug:

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Well here is the deal I love the loud rattle of the 24 valve. Kinda childish but hey im a 22 year old singe guy and it strokes my spokes. Anywho I only have 2500 invested in the whole truck and Im wanting to do an engine swap in a 1980 ram 2500 and i know its gonna be difficult doing 24 valve swap because of the electronics involved, which is why im wanting to do the pump swap instead of finding a 12 valve. I wouldnt mind having a 12 valve though. anyone know where i can find one for my 53 powerwagon ambulance?:
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