High Volume, High Pressure Lift Pump for Cummins w/P7100
High Volume High Pressure Lift Pump for Cummins w/P7100
Works on 4bt or 6bt with P7100
Piston pumps for the 4bt or 6bt are meant to have a spacer between the pump & engine block or damage will occur !! Whether you use the fuel strainers base or a spacer block & two gaskets.
DieselTuff/Cummins HVHP modified 4988747 lift/transfer pump for performance P7100 Injection Pumps
If you are looking at other lift/transfer pumps & they don’t have “Cummins ABFJV – Made in China” cast into them, then they are not Genuine Cummins & are just one of many cheap knock off out there. Yes, Cummins has been making their lift/transfer pumps in their 50% owned China plant for years now.
Better throttle response & built for performance.
This pump is for a high HP engine
The std stock # 393916/ OEM lift-pump, on any moderately fueled engine, psi generally drops down below 15psi. (Lines, banjo’s, inj’s, inj pump mods etc come into play, so your numbers may vary slightly)
– Our Genuine Cummins ABFJV lift pump is modified for higher flow & high pressure. On heavily fueled engines, it doesn’t drop under 25psi. (Lines, banjo’s, inj’s, inj pump mods etc come into play, so your numbers may vary slightly)
Our pump provides more fuel volume, which will support larger injectors and inj pump mods.
By maintaining better feed pressure to your P7100 injection pump, your static injection timing won’t fall off from fuel retarding, caused by low fuel pressure/flow.
Contents contain : 1 – moded genuine cummins 4988747 lift pump & 2 gaskets
Make sure you use a steel spacer block or factory heater/strainer housing between gaskets or damage will occur !
Better throttle responce
Better mileage under heavy throttle
Protects your inj pump & Inj’s from fuel starvation
Note : A new lift pump will not fix either an air in fuel or drain back problem or a weak or faulty overflow valve.
Please don’t waste my time if you refuse to fix an existing problem or one the is caused by disturbing old fuel system.
Common problem on customers end is : faulty pressure gauge & system, old or improper fuel lines, cracked tank pu, air leaking into hoses or fittings, or fuel heater. Also sludge/debris in fuel system are just a few of the reasons your having problems with fuel pressure/flow.