Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Trevor, Wi
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Steps towards a diesel performance career
So today I learn that the course I've been taking in college, label "diesel technology" really has very limited information on diesel power plants themselves and is more a "learn the right way to replace broken semi truck parts" program. Looking forward to next class which is fuel systems, I decided to look into what I would be learning about. Hoping, information on the internal workings and components of rotary and inline mechanical injection pumps and mechanical injector rebuilding. What I found was. Remove and replacing pump. Test pop pressure of injector, if off, replace... Besides what I'll learn from engines class on rebuilding a motor I Dont feel like I am moving in the right direction. I know their are people on here who work for shops that are doing what I would love to, I wanna know how you got there?
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