12v Cummins P-Pump Governor Springs & Fuel Plate Mod = POWER!

We cold start this high mile 5.9 Cummins 12v before it donates its P7100 P-Pump for the Cummins Sliverado! We show you how to upgrade the governor springs to get more power.


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20 thoughts on “12v Cummins P-Pump Governor Springs & Fuel Plate Mod = POWER!

  1. 570,000km 96 automatic, doing a 3k spring and #8 fuel plate.. no or minimal risk on the engine? transmission run it till it needs a rebuild then use stock parts or will it need some aftermarket parts? should be in the 250-300HP range 600-650ftlbs, daily driver probably tow 14k dump trailer

  2. I have a Cummins turbo 6btm in my trawler boat. It has 5,000 hours on it.
    I dont know what that equates to in miles. Do you have any idea …..is that alot of hours on one of these motors ?
    I run it at 1,600 to 1,,800 rpm.
    I'm hoping it has some life left in it.

  3. I’m gonna start this with… no offense… But that cap bouncing up/down reminds me of SouthPark’s Terrance and Phillip.

  4. Hello hope you could help me got a 97 5.9 12 V did that nice swap to f550 truck runs sounds great but have a big big problem it’s leaking oil from the tube and oil dip stick only when on high rpm like 2500 So I pulled the motor and rings piston everything looks great motor only has 145 k miles please give me your advice blow by was not to much it was normal

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