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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-12-2007, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys i need some delivery valves for a 1994 cummins 12 valve

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What size? 181 DVs can flow enough fuel for 800hp, as long as the pump ibuilt up right.

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Well my pump is stock but new and i have marine 370 injectors...i plan on gettin a 4gsk also fuel plate is #0 an full forward and afc forward......what do you recommend ?? i am also eventually goin to get timming done... thaks

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1994 dodge 12v cummins...(my project truck) Built auto with shift kit, afe intake, marine 370s,#0 plate, afc forward.
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These are Moderate Valves:
High Flow 191 Delivery Valves
For 1994-1998 P7100 Pumps Found on Dodge 12V Cummins Turbo Diesels.
They don't flow as much as laser cuts, but they are a definate improvement over your stock delivery valves!


and These are Extreme for $30 more:
High Flow Laser Cut Delivery Valves by SCHEID Diesel
For the P7100 Injection Pump found on 94-98 Dodge 12 Valve Cummins Turbo Diesel.
These delivery valves have shown gains of 100HP over stock delivery valves.

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How much of a gain are the 191's? those are just honed out arent they?
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You should expect a 50-60 hp gains with the 191's. Not sure what the process used to make or modify them though!


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With 191's you wont notice much difference in a 96' up pump(stick or auto), they already have 181's in them, maybe 5-10hp:shrug: . The laser cuts, or custom cuts like mine are awesome(who knows what hp with these!!) If you have a 94-95 pump then the 191's will show a nice improvement 30-60 hp, because the 131's found in these pumps are pretty "stock", if you will.

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