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DC3puller

11-11-2011 13:59:04




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Have a 4690 that seems to be running warm water temp is fine had pump and injectors rebuilt new turbo just spent 4300 in shop replacing front engine plate and crank seal plate worn couldn't hold timing on pump finaly got 237 hp out of it after deisle shop said to take shims out of rack in pump any sugestions




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Eastfork

11-11-2011 17:46:11




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 Re: exust temp on 4690 in reply to DC3puller, 11-11-2011 13:59:04  
Used to run a 4494 with exhaust temp maxed out all the time. Finally figured out the little pre cleaner air box in the intake (the thing that sends the dirt and debris to the exhaust pipe) was plugged.



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jogl

11-11-2011 15:56:03




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 Re: exust temp on 4690 in reply to DC3puller, 11-11-2011 13:59:04  
What temperatures are you running? Is the pyro mounted post turbo like on my 2870?

237 HP on the pto is higher than rated. You might just have her tuned a little aggressive.

JP.



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dwag

11-13-2011 18:08:43




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 Re: exust temp on 4690 in reply to jogl, 11-11-2011 15:56:03  
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