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Re: Happy birthday to my new truck

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01-19-2014 20:54:44

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I just sold a 9200 International with a M11 Cummins It was a 94 model. I bought it 477000. It had been overhauled, Cummins had done it under warranty. I drove it to 995000. Did a lot of small things, including a computer box. But the engine stayed together and is still good. It is 11 Litre also. Had just 375 hp. You are right was big enough for 60 to 65 mph but no faster. I had revved it up to 2000 and took all the lower gear stops out. I was going up a big hill, where you started out from a stop. Was turning it 1800 in 7th or 8th. There was another truck gradually passing me. When he got around I gave up and shifted up a gear. To my surprise, I reeled him in. That little Cummins would pull better at 1100 to 1200 than 1800. It would rev a little over 2000.

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01-19-2014 20:59:12

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 Re: Happy birthday to my new truck in reply to VicS, 01-19-2014 20:54:44  
Most newer engines are that way. My last Cummins ISX too. Wouldn't pull anything above about 1600, would just drop down to that then hold. This one will pull good up to about 1900 rpms, but still holds good all the way down to 1100. It tops at 2200.

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