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 on: Today at 05:38:05 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by robertglines1
Brian; thanks for lead.  Going a little different route than you did but same company.  They are on way.  If it all works out or not will start a separate post for The guys with the sucky 90's prevost headlights.  Very good knowledgeable source. Bob

 on: Today at 04:07:09 PM 
Started by mung - Last post by mung

 on: Today at 04:04:06 PM 
Started by Charles in SC - Last post by Connel
Sent you a pm

 on: Today at 03:58:10 PM 
Started by BRUISER - Last post by luvrbus
The early N14 were mechanical engines they were based on the old reliable 855,the N14 Celect and Celect+ where not that good mine made a steady diet of the 3000 bucks a set injectors and the cooling plate in the ECM was a joke back then a ECM would cost you 5000 grand and the ECM did not last.

Cummins had the nerve to tell me a electronic ECM would just take so much heat then they fail they were right but you paid 

I don't know how long the N14 was around with all 3 models but the Celect+ N14 just lived for 2 years

 on: Today at 03:33:45 PM 
Started by oldfordlover36 - Last post by Raymond smith
I looked into the foam kits. They are for sealing small areas. Would take many kits to do a whole bus. Raymond

 on: Today at 03:16:02 PM 
Started by BRUISER - Last post by HB of CJ
The Big Cam Cummins series predates the N14.  Both were/are available without electronic controls of any kind.  I think, (some help here) the N14 came with the Cummins version of the Jake Brake built right into the engine.  The N14 might be a little bit taller than the older Big Cam equipped with a Jake Brake.  Not sure.  Been too long.

Anyhow, both the mechanical versions can be hopped up using either used or new inexpensive, (relative speaking) factory parts.  Older 2 stroke Detroit expertise may be dying off....however, out here in SW Oregon, the older Cummins are king.  Easy to find a mechanic.  I was going to update to a Big Cam Cummins in my old Crown Supercoach.

It is all about costs, availability and maintenance ease.  Nothing wrong with the older Big Cam Cummins.  Power ratings all the way to 475/1450 are easily made going $cheap$.  Another advantage is that the mills have zero $electronical$ stuff to fail.  Try www.pittsburgfuelinjection.net   They may still have a site.  HB of CJ (old coot)  hope this helps.

 on: Today at 01:34:01 PM 
Started by BRUISER - Last post by bs4104
Been there, done that. In a 102A3

 on: Today at 01:33:18 PM 
Started by bcbusman - Last post by bcbusman
I think you're right , its always nice to upgrade not to downgrade , im still gonna find out exactly what tranny is there knowing its a 4 speed

 on: Today at 01:13:59 PM 
Started by mung - Last post by bs4104
This was in in FMCA June of 1981, hope this helps.
sent you a PM with the whole instructions

 on: Today at 01:12:24 PM 
Started by bcbusman - Last post by Purplewillie
I saw the ad for that bus a couple of weeks back....
Shook my head and thought to myself, not enough time in my life as it is,  keep moving , just keep moving.

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