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HP gain on 671 with n55 injectors to n65 injectors


Created On Thursday March 17, 2016 19:08 Diesel Talk
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Bessonjon
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I have twin 671 Detroit's on my tug boat. I need more horsepower. Will switching to N 65 injectors help? And how much HP will I gain

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Three horsepower per pot with each injector increase :ie 36 hp gain dependent on rpms Regards David

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