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I ain't got a "screamin Jimmy"... But if i get one?


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Old 10-04-2018, 10:53:01 PM
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Air starter..... yeah man. then you hope it dies every now and agin just to hear it start back up.
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Default Re: I ain't got a "screamin Jimmy"... But if i get one?

i had first right of refusal last spring on that v8 herc diesel in Massachusetts and kicking myself for letting it go. (no trailer with me out there). there are tractor dynos at all the shows i go to. thinking hard
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The option plate shows that you have a model 6061A with a HV7 (type 12) fuel injector. The engine is a standard not (N) and has a two valve cylinder head. If the engine does not have a raw water pump the heat exchanger was cooled by some external pressure water source. If you installed a smaller straight body N injector , there would be less wet stacking. Clean looking power unit. AL
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You can get a HN injector for it. That is a "N" injector in a "HV" body. I did that when I rebuilt a 2 valve 6-71. I went from HV70s to HN55s.
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That's what I did on my 1945 6-71. Went from HV70s to HN60. Runs very clean.
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Screaming Jimmys … ya' I still have vivid recollections of the time that as a young (1965) engineering student at GM here in Detroit we got a tour of the Detroit Diesel Plant here on Telegraph road. The engines lined up in the dyno test cells were most impressive. Running at full bore the sound was "earth shaking" … still fondly remember that.


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My first experience with the screaming Jimmy was back in my petro chem days as a young labor hand.

The fire suppression system had several V16s that ran the fire pumps. We had to load test the pumps monthly. The maintenance guys didn't like doing all the valving to get the discharge to go out the test header. so they came by and picked up a labor hand to do the valve turning. Even with double ear protection when that baby fired off I was astounded by the noise. A 10in stream of water spraying 50 ft out into the holding basin was impressive to a 20 yr old. I was hooked. I volunteered to do the valves from then on. Within a year or so I was running all the tests while the mechanics slept in the truck.
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Im picking up this screaming P&H soon. Don't know much about it. Supposed to be similar to a Detroit.
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Fig, please tell us more about that P&H when you get it!!! That engine deserves its own thread. The 2 cycles P&Hs are some really unique engines. I have never actually seen a P&H with a turbocharger on it outside of some advertisements. Normally the inline 6 with the twin shaft driven Schwitzer blowers is designated as a 687C, but some vague literature I have states that the turbocharged engines were a model H. Perhaps yours is a 687H? I hope your engine does not have symptoms of cavitation as most P&H diesels did. It would be so nice to hear that ole girl screaming away.

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