My dad works at a Volvo dealership and those Volvos are one *** of a truck.
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i have heard that they are crap. i heard that from a few people at a truck stop one day. they were driving one and were saying it only has 530000 miles on it and everything is rattling steering is really lose and the truck looked like it just came through h e l l and back.
were pissin up a rope guys!!!
Yea, I've seen that new Volvo engine, its called the D16, and it is a beast! Even with all the emissions crap on it still sounds realy cool, and from what I hear they will snap your neck when the truck is unloaded. As for the C-15 talk, my company runs 4 Kenworth w900 tractors with twin turbos and honestly they are not much to talk about. We had a Cat 425 in a 91 Peterbilt and that thing would pull 2 of those new tractors backwards at the same time! Personally, I am a Cummins guy, but Cat has made some good engines in the past.
you can unplug the wire to the engine mounted fuel filter and get a plug from cat tht fits it and wire in a 100 ohm resistor you can get that at radio shack it makes the computer think you have at least 5 pounds of boost and perfect fuel temp so it helps your timing out . you get about half a gear and quicker spoolup out of it .you can also unplug it and hook it back to the filter if it goes in for warranty work and it wont show on your ecm total cost is about 5 bucks
from what i hear from the drivers you definatly dont want one of those twin turbo cats. gutless turd i believe was used.
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sandslinger79:from what i hear from the drivers you definatly dont want one of those twin turbo cats. gutless turd i believe was used.I've got 2 of 'em. An 05 & an 07. They are miserable. My 05 has been bumped to 550hp, which by the way will cost you 1800.00 through CAT for the additional warranty to cover the HP, (that is if you're still under warranty). I bitched how shitty the truck ran for almost a year, so I got the uprate for free to shut me up. Fuel mapping has been recurved, which did yield more power & MPG, catalytic mufflers replaced with old C-15 mufflers which resulted in better MPG but a little slower to spool up. I drive this truck & don't let my drivers near it. It runs OK but my new truck coming has the Cummins ISX 500HP in it, which will spank both CAT 550's. The 07 is a factory 550 & seems to run a little better but is still unimpressive. The boy I have in that truck came out of a Cummins ISX 565HP & I still hear him *** about how much better his Cummins was at his last employer. Anyway, stay away from the ACERT at all cost. MPG SUCKS. As for performance upgrades, Google Haynes Performance. They make some stuff for the CAT motors that could help you out. Also Pitts. Power as mentioned before. Lastly, I think Donaldson makes a set of reuseable high flow air fliters for the trash cans that yield some more boost. Hope that helps.
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The cat C-15, C-13 and C-12 acert or not all have twin dual stage turbos on them, I work for CAT
C-15 acert, C-13 acert are twin turbo the C-9and C-7 are not at least in the truck applications. C-12 is older engine they never put vva's on it I think the latest were mbl or something.
quick question i have a 475 isx,just curious if something after market add on for boosted performance can be added to a cummins if so do you know where??? or what???
For the ISX, try: http://www.pittsburghpower.com/They say the ISX will be available spring '08.
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l got my cat bumped to 550 and 1850 lbs to the ground and it works well but fuel mpg is 5.1 got it done at doctor deisel in little rock ak if you get up there they don,t call superviser on it
I have to laugh at your ISX spanking an Acert. I pass ISX's all the time I even pull past 600 ISX Cummins. My Cat is a C15 Acert 475Hp. Anytime you want to bring that 500 horse turd around I'd be happy to show you. We put a 100hp power wire on a 485ISX in a 2008 Pete. So it "Should" have been a 585..Still passed it. I ran a 600 they are a lil more work to pull on but, I can still do it. A properly tuned Acert is a damn good running motor. As for fuel mileage. The ISX junkers are getting 3.2-3.7 in the 08 triaxles. I get 4.3-4.7 .
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im a x cat mech, your yr of trk should be a 6nz cat engine, single turbo, pdi manifold, and a borg warner turbo for a 600, its non waste gated, 1.32 a/r ratio and a 78 mm intake wheel, is worth 80 hp, then add a marine/industrial cam for a c-18, pdi also has a reground cam to this specs, it worth another 65-80 more hp, all without changing any factory computer settings, still need more go to the 58 series injector (6nz runs a 57 series), there worth about 60 hp but will need to update he computer with injector codes, you also can update the codes and tls and fls settings with stock injectors ,but when you do that the engine becomes rough with the higher of setting and you get pryo temps spikes and engine temp isues, turbo and manifold will keep engine and pyro temps under control,and cam will also,stilll need more go to 59 injectors there worth 200 hp, but youl have to convert to a holset 1919 turbo, good for 60 psi, but the engine better be in perfect condition, and have a liner protrusion of 4- 6 thousands to hold the pressuremy current set up is a 2ws 550 , 600 hp engine flash, 57 inj, borg warner 600 turbo, manifold and the idustrial cam for a 800, dynoed 774hp at the wheels,or 970 flywheel, pyro (pre turbo temp) is 1180-1230 degrees( after turbo temp is garbage, if the heat hits the turbo (1350) it to late and you start cracking heads, any ?s email@example.com
if ya do the box , with out any engine mods, i will run , but not for long, too many have found out the hard way