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NO NO NO!!!! Cummins has been a big 'ol market for aftermarket products. What you may need is that inline thingy that lies to the ECM and distorts boost pressure so as to require the stock ECM calibration to over fuel to compinsate for the extra boost. Its cheaper than a total recalibration. Some have a veriable knob or controler to let the operator decide when and where to use it. '96...some may have the mechanical p7100 pump, there you pop off the pump gear and rotate the crank counter clockwise 2 degree this will always leave black smoke if you use any kind on heavy throttle. I work for Cummins warrenty processing and have denied lots of warrentable failures due to injector nossle damage in chamber. Catistrofic damage...get some marine injectors and then go nuts. Higher hp and less damage. Get some good rings and have a ball at the strip... hope it helps!!!
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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