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P-PUMP CUMMINS TIMING

12 DEGREES OF TIMING TO 18 DEGREES- HOW MUCH WILL WE GAIN?

DIESEL WORLD MAGAZINE

Our first step of our timing change involved removing a 24mm cap and removing a small plastic “bullet” that is used to pin the pump so it won’t move. A small amount of oil will come out which is ok, since it will be replenished as soon as the truck is restarted.
The timing pin is removed, and will be reinstalled backwards later in order to hold the pump at a set timing. But for now we just needed to remove it. If you’re worried about breaking the small plastic pin (which can happen if you’re not careful) metal ones are available from various vendors.
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