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    #1 OFFLINE   bobbuffalo

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    Posted 06 March 2010 - 09:21 AM

    i recently have purchase a(1990) mechanical e7 350hp from salvage yard ,to replace mechanical 400hp that went down. i would like to know what it takes to increase the hp on this engine(injectors, turbo? etc..) and how much hp it can produce. thanks

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    Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:48 PM

    i recently have purchase a(1990) mechanical e7 350hp from salvage yard ,to replace mechanical 400hp that went down. i would like to know what it takes to increase the hp on this engine(injectors, turbo? etc..) and how much hp it can produce. thanks

    Swap the 400 parts on to the donor engine!
    How did the 400 fail?
    You can safley take 460-500 from the block
    Wouldn't wan't to thou!

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    Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:52 PM

    fjf do you think the injectors would be the same or not?The reason i ask i have a project if i get started on it .It is a E7 and i want to use my new E6 pump and i know i will have to buy a turbo but dont know about the injectors.The E7 is from a cement mixer and maybe a 270 or 300.
    glenn akers

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    Posted 06 March 2010 - 10:46 PM

    fjf do you think the injectors would be the same or not?The reason i ask i have a project if i get started on it .It is a E7 and i want to use my new E6 pump and i know i will have to buy a turbo but dont know about the injectors.The E7 is from a cement mixer and maybe a 270 or 300.

    Glenn they should work however how well I'm not sure. the tips and cracking preasures maybe diffrent. Cant hurt to try I would think!
    270- 300 M? Would be a stump puller engine I would think! Maxidyne !?




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