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Old 09-07-2014, 05:44 PM   #15
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If you have an Allison, I think you'll find it just about indestructible.

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Old 09-07-2014, 06:04 PM   #16
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About 3 years ago I asked the Cummins shop accross the street from Monaco in Colburg, Or. if there was any way to increase the engines power. The manager checked his computer for any power increases and said there isn't any. Maybe there is now. Check your receipt and see if they call out the ECM Flash that they used to do this power up-grade or a code #. I also went to Allison in Coburg and had the shift points adjusted. Now on econ mode I go into 6th gear at 55-57 mph. I also shimmed the fuel line to maintain a higher fuel pressure, and use a Foss Fuel Lift Pump to pull fuel form the fuel tank and increase pressure to engine fuel pump. This is what I have done to wake up the engine. This engine had its power reduced in order to pass emissions. deSanford

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