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Damn, first smart response in this thread today, much less the entire forum...

Just wait. Someone will point out that the 2013 F850 no longer uses injector pressure to lift the seals and that i am wrong
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The 2013 F850 no longer uses injector pressure to lift the seals and you're wrong!
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Did you see Gold Rush? That show is sick.

Thought the same thing when I saw this thread. Fucking Greg, always fucking shit up.

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the bering sea gold rush is better. that main featured dredge makes in a day what the chumps on land make in a season.

The "Christine Rose", 80' dredge with a CAT 320 excavator hooked onto the back. It's also got two HUGE stabilizing pilons which can be dropped like anchors onto the ocean floor, and help to stabilize the rig in choppy water.

They use the excavator off the back, swing it 180 degrees and dump the paydirt into the washplant. Genius design, and these guys regularly clean out 70-100 ounces of gold.

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My bad. I should have just fucking told him to go for it with the turn the key and hope for the best plan.
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My bad. I should have just fucking told him to go for it with the turn the key and hope for the best plan.

what?
yeah, cause misinformation is just as good as no information at all

"fucking magic" is not an adequate answer
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good job! you're still not contributing anything at all!
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good job! you're still not contributing anything at all!

This, seriously, contributed to the content of this thread in ways you will never imagine. I'm super serious about this business right now. I just wanted to thank you for contributing.
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This, seriously, contributed to the content of this thread in ways you will never imagine. I'm super serious about this business right now. I just wanted to thank you for contributing.

Why don't you go suck your own raging erection?
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what?
it's got absolutely nothing to do with how viscous diesel is vs gasoline, it has to do with pressure at the injector and how diesel injectors work

the injectors rely on the diesel being pressurized to lift the seat off the seal so that the diesel can pass through the injector's orifice. fluids don't compress, so that's why the seat lifts. when you run injectors dry you end up getting air in the system and air compresses so that it won't lift the seat

this is why you end up having to bleed the system

This...you usually end having to crack the injector lines to bleed fuel into them in that case.

Now in my case cam actuated unit injectors(>20,000 PSI) need a helper pump for the not so high pressure fuel(40PSI) to get there. These are electronically controlled by the ECU vs. "popping" at the right pressure. As I didn't run the system completely dry just change a fuel filter I had fuel in all the lines so I just needed to pull a little vacuum from the tank to fill it. However I have an in tank lift pump(5-10 PSI) which should have done it for me it as I now know is kaput. So it required lots of cranking but it fired off eventually as I didn't drain the whole system I had no worries with tandem pump wear.

The new TDI's with a HPFP are a different animal and the reason they are failing is not from starving for fuel. It is purely a metallurgy issue with the actual manufacturing although neither Bosch nor VWoA will admit it just keep revising parts thinking no one will notice & blame it on bad fuel. Those injectors again are electronic with the potential to open up to 6 times during a power stroke.
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This...you usually end having to crack the injector lines to bleed fuel into them in that case.

Now in my case cam actuated unit injectors(>20,000 PSI) need a helper pump for the not so high pressure fuel(40PSI) to get there. These are electronically controlled by the ECU vs. "popping" at the right pressure. As I didn't run the system completely dry just change a fuel filter I had fuel in all the lines so I just needed to pull a little vacuum from the tank to fill it. However I have an in tank lift pump(5-10 PSI) which should have done it for me it as I now know is kaput. So it required lots of cranking but it fired off eventually as I didn't drain the whole system I had no worries with tandem pump wear.

The new TDI's with a HPFP are a different animal and the reason they are failing is not from starving for fuel. It is purely a metallurgy issue with the actual manufacturing although neither Bosch nor VWoA will admit it just keep revising parts thinking no one will notice & blame it on bad fuel. Those injectors again are electronic with the potential to open up to 6 times during a power stroke.

Why would you want to open and close an injector more than once during a power stroke? Just implying they are really fast?
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Why would you want to open and close an injector more than once during a power stroke? Just implying they are really fast?

hrmm

possible better fuel distribution? do it multiple times and you get multiple flame fronts Vs one time and you get a larger slower burning cloud?
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Why would you want to open and close an injector more than once during a power stroke? Just implying they are really fast?

more complete burn than dumping it all in at once? remember diesels don't have spark plugs so I guess this might be like the diesel equivalent of a multispark ignition system.

maybe...

I base this on absolutely nothing.
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more complete burn than dumping it all in at once? remember diesels don't have spark plugs so I guess this might be like the diesel equivalent of a multispark ignition system.

maybe...

I base this on absolutely nothing.

Maybe to "atomize" it better
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