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Will a 8.3 p7100 injection pump fit on a 5.9L 12v cummins. 1992. and how much added hp will it give the truck?

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The 8.3 p1700 pump was fitted to a cummins 6ct 8.3 l which was rated at 275 hp
the 5.9 was fitted as a v6 or 6.7 v8 cummins fitted to Dodge and is currently available with up to 385hp
as the two engines are not of the same generation, I doubt if you will experience much of an improvement for the time and money. The best people to answer this question for you will be the technical division of cummins engines on the wed.

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when you change fuel filters or run out of fuel..you get air in lines and have to bleed system by loosening the injector lines and prime pump till all air is out.

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