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Decompression Braking


Created On Friday February 07, 2014 09:52 Diesel Talk
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About how long after a driver engages a decompression brake (Jake Brake) does it take to kick on? It seems like it should be within 2 revolutions of the engine, but I am hearing it can take up to 1.5 seconds....comments?

How does it engage (slowly, or all at once)?
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