They developed a lightweight, slightly under-square (108mm bore x 112mm stroke) 500 cubic inch displacement, 4-Stroke Cycle V8 diesel engine called the 8.2 Liter “Fuel Pincher” which was introduced in trucks and buses for the 1980 model year. Shortly thereafter, the 8.2s became available with turbochargers.
Since the basic fuel system used on all Detroit diesel engines is identical as far as components used, the description of operation for one can be readily related to any other series of Detroit diesel engine (fig. 5-23). The basic fuel system consists mainly of the following: 1. Fuel injectors. 2.
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