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Injector questions..

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Robert (ID)

09-22-2019 12:26:03




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OK guys

I came up with a newer web 268 block from a 7710 to use on the Frankenstein 5000 that i'm putting back together. I will be using the 5000 Simms pump, head and manifolds etc etc.. I'm wondering what injectors to use? We had to hammer #4 out of the head, so I be buying a new set..




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Dieseltech

09-22-2019 12:36:00




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Robert (ID), 09-22-2019 12:26:03  
Both 5000 and 7000 series use the same 150 degree spray angle tip, main difference would be needle valve lift and hole size. Will you be using a turbo?



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Robert (ID)

09-22-2019 13:15:20




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Dieseltech, 09-22-2019 12:36:00  
Nope no turbo, The block and rotating assembly are for a turbo tho.. I don't think the SOS would take the extra HP.. The 5000 was an early version with a 233 it had porosity and coolant in to #4. I obtained this block for less then I could repair the original block..



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Bern

09-22-2019 13:51:54




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Robert (ID), 09-22-2019 13:15:20  
I would get injectors for a 5610 myself.



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Robert (ID)

09-22-2019 14:22:22




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Bern, 09-22-2019 13:51:54  
Thanks Bern,
I was thinking 5610 or 6610, did the 5610 have the Simms Pump?? Ive wondered about putting a rotary pump on this engine.. but a pump and lines isnt really in the budget..



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Bern

09-22-2019 16:02:17




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Robert (ID), 09-22-2019 14:22:22  
Both models used both inline and rotary pumps, depending on the year. I prefer the inline myself because it's more rugged and has less "gizmos" inside to give trouble.



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Dieseltech

09-22-2019 14:59:30




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Robert (ID), 09-22-2019 14:22:22  
Spec cards show early 5610 used the inline pump, and early type long spindle high spring injectors. Late use the DPS rotary pump with low spring body injectors.



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Robert (ID)

09-22-2019 17:31:02




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 Re: Injector questions.. in reply to Dieseltech, 09-22-2019 14:59:30  
OK so ill start looking for a set of early 5610 Injectors. thanks for the help guys..



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