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Re: rant, its not a cummins engine !

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02-23-2013 14:47:30

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That is interesting that Cummins appeared to be the sole designer. The Case reps in Racine sure put out a different story. That being said, the next thing is that when you mention Cummins, every one is thinking of the larger Cummins that used the PT injection system. That is a whole and totally different style of engine so that was another subject of discussion. The CDC engine is more conventional in the fuel injection side being much the same as any Case, IH or Deere up until every one went with the common rail electronic controlled beasts we have seen in the last 15 years or so.

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 Re: rant, its not a cummins engine ! in reply to pete 23, 02-23-2013 14:47:30  
I can't say that Cummins was the sole designer of the CDC engine, it was my impression that Cummins was the primary designer of the engine. Case may have shared engine technology, contributed to the requirements specifications and probably sent Case engineers to be on the engine design team. I was involved in the assembly line equipment for CDC and I didn't meet anyone from Case at that time, only people from Cummins and former Cummins employees working for CDC.

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