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Any have either on there 6.7 cp3, just wondering if they would work was on hold with II for 15 min then decided that was long enough, I think I might give it a try better then screwing up my own
 

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I was under the impression its the same CP3 as the 5.9s, if it works on them it should work on ours.
 

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For the most part its the same as a 5.9. I have a spare off of mine.
 

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Think the CP3 will hold on the 6.7 with just a modification for flow?
 

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I was curious about some of this same stuff recently....I too have heard they are the same pump.
 

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Are you talking about the free mods that you can do yourself to the CP3 pump?

I did not know there were free mods for do it yourselfers. But HECK YES if there is LOL. I want to know.

I was talking the arson kits.
 

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It can be done as a DIY mod, but you must be very careful.



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Your Good.
 

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You can also do it your self but I would rather pay and by the parts and swap, rather than taking a chance messing mine up, but as for as I know the cp3s are not the exact same but pretty similiar the 6.7 is a little bigger but no by much.
 

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A 6.7 mod is available. The same gains can be achieved on them. The CP3 is a little different, than the 5.9 version.
 

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Hey Wicked Diesels, it's good to see another power-head on here!

Anyway, what's the FREE mod?

How easy is it do to?

How safe is it to do to a stock truck?

Will I need bigger injectors or turbo?

Are talking FREE, or if not, how much will it cost?

If it's boring or milling, do you think it would be better to take it to a machine shop to have it done more precisely?

How do you do it, and what tools are required?

I think/hope I'm asking the same question that most will be asking?

Thanks,

AMM
 
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