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Posted: 05/20/19 07:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Found this interesting for all you Powerstroke guys. While it will not keep the first version(2011-2014) of the CP4.2 from failing, it will keep it from taking down the rest of the fuel system with it. Made from former Bosch engineers that currently work at S&S diesel.

NEW PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: S&S DIESEL MOTORSPORT’S CP4.2 BYPASS KIT

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Good info for the "F" guys!

Also good info for the RAM guys because it shows there was an inssue 14 and prior but from everything i have NOT heard the 15 and newer pumps are not having nearly as many issues.


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Posted: 05/20/19 08:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

For $360 it seems like a good insurance policy. Hopefully they'll make a version for the new Rams too.


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It seems like such an easy, obvious, common sense fix. No wonder those guys “used to” work for Bosch. How many years and unhappy customers later and Bosch couldn’t seem to make this change?

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Posted: 05/20/19 10:17am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A lot cheaper than the reengineering required for previous Ford Diesels - the 6.0 and 6.4.

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IdaD wrote:

For $360 it seems like a good insurance policy. Hopefully they'll make a version for the new Rams too.


Good idea. If I had one of these trucks I would install it. Just a couple years too late for ricatic. It was tough to read his story.

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Flashman wrote:

A lot cheaper than the reengineering required for previous Ford Diesels - the 6.0 and 6.4.


New Ram 6.7 cummins meet the CP4.2.... CP4.2 meet the new Ram 6.7 cummins...

We knew the day was coming... LOL


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Good info for the "F" guys!

Also good info for the RAM guys because it shows there was an inssue 14 and prior but from everything i have NOT heard the 15 and newer pumps are not having nearly as many issues.


The CP4.2 is still very sensitive to fuel contamination and aeration no matter how you spin it.

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So glad GM woke up and switched back to the CP3. If Ford would do this I might buy an F450.


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Halmfamily wrote:

So glad GM woke up and switched back to the CP3. If Ford would do this I might buy an F450.


GM did not go back to the CP3. They could make the power numbers they do and be emissions legal with a CP3. They went with a Denso HP4.

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