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G1350 Injection timing

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07-05-2018 10:13:59

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Finally got tired of leaks and always needing to prime our old 1350, so I decided to spend some money on the fuel system (new injectors, rebuild pump) When i was going to put the pump back on the other day, I look in the book to get the static timing, and i was perplexed to find it is factor at 4 degrees ATDC. I figured it would be at 10-15 degrees BTDC. MY main question is, is 4 degrees in fact correct and should i set the pump there or give it more timing? Thanks. Any input/knowledge would be good.

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07-06-2018 19:04:32

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 Re: G1350 Injection timing in reply to f5erg7g6, 07-05-2018 10:13:59  
Pumps can be timed beginning of injection, OR end of injection like most Stanadyne/Roosa-Master pumps are. End of injection is used most on IH, JD, Oliver, Case, and MM engines with Roosa pumps. AC, MF, Perkins Commonly use beginning of injection pumps.

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07-05-2018 22:35:20

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 Re: G1350 Injection timing in reply to f5erg7g6, 07-05-2018 10:13:59  
Must be a "timed injection end" setup.

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07-05-2018 11:03:24

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 Re: G1350 Injection timing in reply to f5erg7g6, 07-05-2018 10:13:59  
Only motor that MM made that fires after TDC.

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