seawalkersee: I just found this. I too would like to see a rebuild of a DB2 from a Ford.
Great video though. Very little information on these, but you have some
WeRunBrushless: Sweet never thought I'd find a DB2 video on YouTube. I rebuild them for a
reman company in Florida.
dieselmeken: @maxhauler Hi. Thanks for looking on the video. There is a big differens
between those pumps, GM runs counter clockwise, Ford runs clockwise.
Advance and so is also completly differente. Fuelamount is higer on the
Ford etc etc.
trojan32111: can you make a video on how to timing a db2 rotary injection pump.?
maxhauler: @dieselmeken oh ok. thanks for that info! I was under the incorrect
assumption that they were very similar or identical. getting closer to one
day replacing the pump and injectors on a 7.3 Ford Navistar and I am hoping
that it will increase my fuel mileage a bit. my truck runs excellent but
I've heard that these pumps can use a rebuild after 150,000 miles or so.
I'm using lubricity enhancing additive these days (low sulfur diesel here
in the US)
maxhauler: Great videos man. Serious engineering here. Is there much of a difference
between the factory-installed Stanadyne DB2 Injection pump installed on a
GM 6.2 as compared to a Ford IDI 6.9 or 7.3?
dieselwarriordotcom: Cool! Wish someone around here had the stuff needed to fully work over a
DB2 pump, the 6.2 is a good engine.
Part 4 Dieselmeken shows Stanadyne DB2 pump in KMM test bench5
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