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how to turn up the feul on a deutz 7085

anyone know, its a 85, it has around 10xxx hours on it, we had the motor completly rebuild about a year ago and it seems to be losing power.also, how hard would it be to like to put a boost gauge in or figure out how much boost its making?

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anyone know, its a 85, it has around 10xxx hours on it, we had the motor completly rebuild about a year ago and it seems to be losing power.also, how hard would it be to like to put a boost gauge in or figure out how much boost its making?
Boost gauge is easy. Just buy a boost gauge kit, drill intake manifold (or install bushing in intercooler bung) for the bushing they supply, install bushing, run 1/8" tubing from bushing to gauge and you're done.

You'll need to know what the normal boost for a perfect running Deutz 7085 is before you can really say if it's too low on your Deutz.
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