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Re: Case 1175

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12-15-2013 04:04:52

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For 5mph you don't need to do a thing but turn up your pump. If you want to jump to a faster class you will need to do more to it. If this will work watch this video. Its only improvement is a 1370 inj pump turned up everything else is stock. They pull it in a 13200lb 10mph class.

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12-15-2013 06:24:15

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Thad, 12-15-2013 04:04:52  
Around our area a stock 504 with only a stock pump from a 1570 or 2590 will not compete in a ten mph class, you will need a built pump and some cam and a better blower lines and a few other niceties to compete at 10 mph even with a 504. Are the valve ports the same size in a 1370 head as in the big injector 1570 heads?

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12-15-2013 08:21:06

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 Re: Case 1175 in reply to Jerry he, 12-15-2013 06:24:15  
Yeah I agree every area is different. These same guys run a 970 with a 504 in it with a 2670 pump turned up with a 3Lm turbo other than that its stock. They have no problem with it. They do extremely well with it against built tractors and have no problem at 10mph in 6th gear. In our area setup is more important than big power. Yes the heads are the same except the later one use thread in injectors.

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