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93 cummins in a 95 body

I was wondering what I could do to get simple hp out of a 93 engine that I am going to put in my 95 truck,the engine had a manual trans hooked to it so stock it was a little more hp than the auto but what else can I do cheap for a few more ponys?
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There is a screw on the back of the VE pump that you can grind a little off the tip and it will give you more fuel but it does shorten the pump life. You can get injectors, GSK kit, and swap turbos. On the subject of turbo's what size housing is on yours. What power level are you trying for?
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as much as I can for the least amount of money for now!
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FOUND A BUNCH OF DIFFRENT THINGS TO DO ON YOU TUBE,A LOT MORE THAN HERE.
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Sounds good, be sure to check them for validity, UTube is known for just dreaming things up.
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Most of us find ourselves in a sitution where the older our vehicles become the less interest there is, so there are fewer post. One thing you may want to do is open a thread with something like my build (93 engine in a 95 body). Take pictures and post with a write up saying what you have done and the problem you face and how you fixed them. You will get both positive and negitive feed back, but I enjoy the ones where someone else has had the same problem and wants more information on how you did it to make it work correctly.

And by the way the reason you are not getting many post is not many people are putting a 93 in a 95.
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Now why would that matter?
the engine is a 93,just because the body is a 95 what does that do for more preformance out of the 93 engine?
93 is 93,just because I want to set it in a 95 body doesnt mean I have to combine the years to make it preform.
that comment really didnt make much sence to me.
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Let's see, a 1993 Dodge Cummins runs a VE injection Pump A 1995 runs a P-7100 Pump they do not look alike and the parts do not interchange, when you turn up the pump for more fuel the VE has a screw on the back of the pump that you can grind a little off of and that will give you more fuel. There is no such screw on a P pump. Now that is a start on what the difference's are.
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Now why would that matter?
the engine is a 93,just because the body is a 95 what does that do for more preformance out of the 93 engine?
93 is 93,just because I want to set it in a 95 body doesnt mean I have to combine the years to make it preform.
that comment really didnt make much sence to me.
Any of us will be more than happy to help you! What you see on u-tube can be helpful as well, the problem is this: you never see the after effects of what someone has done in a 2 minute video.

IMOP: ask all the ???'s you want on here and you will get better answers than on u-tube. I have made a MOUNTAIN of errors and learned the hard way, we will be more than happy to help guide you if you need help.

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