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Re: Injection pumps

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01-24-2014 10:40:35

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They put 2 cyl diesels in boats?
There are guys out there that make what your looking for, but you'd better have some cubes to burn the fuel they deliver. 13.5mm's have to be weaned way down for a 720/30.

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01-25-2014 12:14:51

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 Re: Injection pumps in reply to gpuller, 01-24-2014 10:40:35  
Not 2 cylinders, but the pumps were the same design I am told. I cannot find anyone that will divulge more info, not even where to go or who/how, nothing. I have a stock R that I just want more fuel, perhaps a few more horses & a better show at the pulls. Can I just use 730 pumps & leave my stock nozzles/injectors/pistons? Or do I need to bore it & change pistons & injectors ? Any help is greatly appreciated!

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01-25-2014 20:40:41

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Stock HP will break the two bearing crank in a R. Best bet is to find a 820 blackdash and build it.
Cam,valve.port, inlet filtration and injection work will make 100+HP at stock rpms.

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Kent Petersen

02-02-2014 06:23:52

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 Re: Injection pumps in reply to buickanddeere, 01-25-2014 20:40:41  
B&D i have heard that storey for years but can't find a body that will say he did have one brake i know a guy that has 2 Rs overboered to 730 pistions turning right at 100 HP and he has never broke acrank

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02-02-2014 10:07:08

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 Re: Injection pumps in reply to Kent Petersen, 02-02-2014 06:23:52  
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Local salvage yards in Teeswater, Blyth and Listowel had several R corpses with the crank removed.
JD engineers themselves went to the three bearing crank as they were breaking cranks when R's were still in production.

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