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anyone ever played with the injection pump on a 8.2L bedford motor?

looking to turn the fuel up a little bit the big tires really suck the power somebody has to have played with these things a bit

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nobody? i cant find any info on this injection pump ...soon this 8.2L is gonna end up in the metal bin and a 8.3L cummins in its place

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try asking someone who does injector pumps for a living rather than people who have workshop manuals for army vehicles

 

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at this point a workshop Manuel is more than i got andi have asked injection shops but im up in canada and these things are kinda foreign so i have found in the past that there is alot of good info and smart ppl on these forums i was hoping maybe a old British army mechanic that worked on them possibly but thanks for the ignorant response

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Assuming that all the CAV pumps are the same basic design these sites may help:-

http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/index.php?threads/help-cav-injector-pump-fuel-increase.33688/

https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/turning-up-fuel-pump-john-deere-2140.120570/

https://www.sbmar.com/articles/lucas-cav-dpa-injection-pump-instruction-book/

Also, check that the throttle lever on the pump has maximum travel.

Tuning the pump may shorten the life of the engine.

Do you have to inform your Canadian insurance companies or the equivalent of our Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency about any vehicle modifications?

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