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|Carl||I was wondering if anyone knew if the super 88 and the 880 used the same injector pump and also, what needs to be done to get some more power out of that Roosa-Master.
|bradk||The super 88 & 880 used the same pump.To get more power ,use either an 880 intake or a 1550 intake.There is a smoke screw that you can turn counter-clock wise to increase power, but you really need a dyno to do this so as not to go overboard.someone please correct me if info is not correct.~brad
|Joe Lallande||I recently had my injector pump and injectors rebuilt for a Super 188 used to power a saw mill. I am unable to start the engine. How much fuel should be pumping out of the injector pump head while cranking? Also should I be able to test an injector pullied out of the head whhile the engine is being cranked? Please advise, Joe Lallande. Alpena, MI 989-356-9816.