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5.9L Rotary Performance Discussion of 12 Valve 5.9 Liter Dodge Cummins Diesels with Rotary Injection Pumps Related To Performance And Longevity

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I have been thinking about buying a 1st gen to play around with. Is it hard to P-pump one? Will it make good power like a 2nd gen 12V will? Just an idea I had and I was wondering if anyone had done it here. ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 07-11-2007, 06:57 AM
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I have been thinking about buying a 1st gen to play around with. Is it hard to P-pump one? Will it make good power like a 2nd gen 12V will? Just an idea I had and I was wondering if anyone had done it here. Thanks in advance,


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it will make good power and its not difficult to do, i guess it can be done for around 2500 bucks

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would it be streetable? I know they say a P-pump conversion is supposed to be anstreetable on a 24V.
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it would definatly be streetable, no reason why it wouldnt be
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Sweet, what all do you have to change? Is it just the injectors, lines and the pump?
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i beleive the pump, lines, timing case, and a few other things, i think the injectors can stay
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The 12 valve Cummins be it the VE pump or P7100 are for so much conversation Identical. Save for the pumps and harware that it bolts to.
But if I may, The whole charm of the Gen 1s IS the VE. Do get the truck, but give the VE a chance.

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yea you need a new timing cover I believe. new injector lines, adaptors for injectors...and the actual p7100 itself...that will set you back a pretty penny. If you found a wrecked truck with one then it would be ideal as you have all the parts.

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It was just an Idea. I have been reading and the VE doesnt sound too bad. I am trying to decide if I wanna keep mine and buy a 1st gen or try something else. Thanks for all the help guys.
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you can get the be to 400 hp....but it will be a chore...I know you can put a bigger pump head on it to flow more fuel. But the ve is part of the character of a 1st gen.
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