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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-24-2008, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
 
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p-pump on dmax

i am wondering what u think about a dmax running a p-pump and how hard do u think it would and would it be worth it
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can't do it. dmax is 8cyl

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yes u can u can get a bosch 8cyl ppump just like the ones on the mack E-9 V8 engines

and if u have the money to do it i think it would be pretty cool!!
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you can do it but we are getting enough fuel with the setups we are doing now to get up there where the p pumps truck are.
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right but what if u want 1500hp out of a duramax plus a p-pump is the most stable high performance pump out there
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if we could clean the smoke up i bet you be close to 1500 hp i would rather put a sigma on it
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i agree i should have posted as inline put i like sigmas but the plungers like to stick know a guy with a pulling tractor and the plungers stuck on him alot but a great pump be intersting to see a 1500hp on fuel only be driven on the street
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yeah me 2 and trust me i would like to see a duramax at the top of pulling world competing like the ford and dodge are
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i dont figure it would be that hard to do it has be done on a ford that ,eans it can be done on duramax new injectors lines a lil head work maybe find a way to power and time the pump and that would be it
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