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Old Today, 07:32 AM   #101
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so bosch never used any inj in a cummins with a vp except the stock ones that cam on my truck? huh...

stick with a vco not an sac and the diff will be more noticeable than pop press differences...
I don't believe anyone even hinted towards the idea that Bosch only tested 1 injector so idk why you even mention that

Are you speaking from experience? Do you have data or info to support your claim that pop pressure won't be very noticeable? If no, then can I ask again why you're so hesitant to learn more and get more data and real results on the topic?
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Old Today, 08:53 AM   #102
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so bosch never used any inj in a cummins with a vp except the stock ones that cam on my truck? huh...

stick with a vco not an sac and the diff will be more noticeable than pop press differences...
I've seen VP pump 12v's, and AGCO Sisu Power engines with VP44's that run a different injector....


I'm not saying that this conversation isn't interesting, but I feel like I've seen it before in about 2006 when VP's weren't quite yet the red headed step child of the Cummins world yet...

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The density of some here seems to be increasing as this conversation moves forward. I would second the question posted earlier and ask from those of you against the idea, what are you gaining by throwing jabs, what has it gained you so far, and what do you suspect will come of the opposition?

One opacity graph from an emissions test and a good bit of hearsay. We respect results that have been paid for by those who regard this information as their business, but with that said, we who are testing this are also paying for this out of our own pockets and trying to bring information to an area that has always been kept under lock and key.

If you donít like it then thatís your stance and thatís fine. Thereís no need to be offended by the data, videos, and experience. No one is forcing anyone here to take this as the truth.



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Old Today, 10:03 AM   #104
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so bosch never used any inj in a cummins with a vp except the stock ones that cam on my truck? huh...

stick with a vco not an sac and the diff will be more noticeable than pop press differences...
I am using vco.
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