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1031D

07-10-2013 07:46:34
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mEl, there is about an 1/8" deep hole from some dingleberry beating on it with a punch. The other power cell body pieces have been stone lapped perfectly flat and smooth. I guess I'll have to round up another body.




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mEl

07-10-2013 08:30:26
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 Re: power cells in reply to 1031D, 07-10-2013 07:46:34  
1031,
Yes, that damage would affect the fuel spray entering the power cell, in all actuality, the combustion chamber for that style engine. I believe that is the reason that those style engines have such a smooth broad torque range, the burnt gasses are being metered out to the piston in effect by the size of the powercell opening. That is just a theory of mine and subject to discussion of course as there is nothing lacking in Case's open chamber design and certainly some advantages to that system as well.

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07-10-2013 10:07:13
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 Re: power cells in reply to mEl, 07-10-2013 08:30:26  
I know for a fact the power cells help with the deep lugging power!! Look at a 1030 vs a 1070 in a tractor pull!! 1030 will out pull the 1070 every time with less hp but probably 10x the lugging power!!



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