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Old 10-13-2013, 05:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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4BT Injection Pumps

I went to a meeting at the Fire Hall today and afterwards I took a snoop out back. Setting along the building, they have a 4BT powered generator. The injection pump is one I have never seen.

The pump had no aneroid device and was quite small. It was a rotary pump. I couldn't see any tags.

The 4BT in our 9350 MacDon has an "A" pump, the 4BT in Dad's Chevy has a VE, and I have seen quite a few "P" pumps. It is definitely none of the above.

What other pumps did 4BT's come with?
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Try the 4bt swap forums
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It could be a cav pump, engine was most likely non turbo
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It could be a cav pump, engine was most likely non turbo
That's what it is. The motor has a turbo. Can you tell if it had a factory turbo?
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The only way to tell if it was turbo'd is pull the pan and see if there's oil sqirters for the pistons
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