Re: Cat 3054C DIT
When you do call them, please post back here and let us know whether or not they're willing to do that. The reason I ask is that my understanding has been that in the case of stuff like earthmoving equipment, you generally don't want to do that because engine power is normally set to work within the limits of the hydraulics. I've been told that turning one up often just results in pressure relief valves opening more often, accomplishing nothing except the consumption of more fuel and the generation of extra heat in the hydraulics. I guess that isn't necessarily true in all cases though.
1998 Dodge 12v 5 spd 2wd dually, 275k on truck, bhaf, CPP 7x10 injectors, timing at 19 deg, 3k gsk, no fuel plate, htb2 64-13 turbo with stainless exh housing, wastegate set at 50 psi, southbend dual disk clutch, detroit locker, has broken 2 stock dana 80 limited slip units, has run 14.65 at 98 granny shifting the 5 spd, dynoed at 450 hp and 906 ft/lbs on REALLY STINGY dyno