February 15th, 2023 - Louisville, KY – S&S Diesel Motorsport™, the common rail
diesel injection experts, teamed up with PurePower Technologies, Inc.®, the
aftermarket division of longstanding fuel system manufacturer Stanadyne®, to do
the impossible. Collectively, they solved the widely-known CP4 high-pressure fuel
pump problem plaguing Ford Super Duty trucks using the 6.7L Power Stroke diesel
The CP4 has a well-earned reputation for failing without warning, creating sudden
power loss, and taking out the expensive high-pressure fuel system in the process.
Despite having to deal with being broken down on the side of the road, truck
owners will be facing fuel system repairs that can easily exceed $10,000. The unreliable reputation is supported by recalls
and lawsuits leveled at various auto manufacturers that use the CP4 in their production vehicles.
Removing the CP4 is the obvious solution, yet developing a durable plug-and-play CP4 replacement with OE fit and function
is the game-changing catalyst created by S&S Diesel Motorsport and PurePower. Starting off with a proven Stanadyne DCR
fuel pump design, a joint team of S&S and PurePower engineers developed a variant specifically for the Ford 6.7L Power
Stroke that matches the CP4 output curve and does not require any calibration changes. Combining that with OE-grade
braided hose and steel fuel lines gives Ford Super Duty owners a more-reliable CP4 replacement that looks and performs
like original equipment.
The two-piston DCR pump is based on a compact and modular design for easy integration, has low hydraulic and acoustical
noise, features ultra-fast response times, and is biofuel and low-lubricity fuel compatible. It uses a patented eccentric drive
pumping technology, with pressure-lubricated cam and bushings, for increased performance, efficiency, and benchmark
durability. The Fuel Control Actuator (FCA) uses high-quality corrosion-resistant components and proprietary features to
prevent large debris from entering the actuator, providing exceptional robustness for longevity and durability in harsh
environmental conditions. The DCR can provide a max fuel delivery of 1,250 mm3 per revolution (25% more than a CP4.2),
producing plenty of flow for worn injectors that have high return.
For a target MSRP of $1,990 USD, the S&S Diesel Motorsport Ford 6.7L CP4 to DCR Pump Conversion can save Ford Super
Duty truck owners $10,000 to $15,000 in fuel system repairs, and impart peace of mind knowing that their daily workhorse
isn’t going to lay down on them. Currently, the Ford 6.7L CP4 to DCR Pump Conversion will fit 2011-2019 F250-F750 trucks,
with future plans for 2020+ compatibility.
The S&S Diesel Motorsport Ford 6.7L CP4 to DCR Pump Conversion was unveiled at the 2023 National Farm Machinery
Show in Louisville, Kentucky, on February 15, 2023. Additional product information and availability can be found at
SSdiesel.com/DCR, by contacting an S&S Diesel Motorsport Dealer, and by visiting the company’s National Farm
Machinery Show exhibit (booth #4686) February 15-18, 2023.
About S&S Diesel Motorsport:
S&S Diesel Motorsport is the world leader in high-performance common-rail diesel injection and vehicle controls. Drawing on many years
of OE diesel injection and engine development experience, S&S Diesel Motorsport creates innovative products for top-level competition
and CARB-compliant street use. S&S products are made with the industry's best components, tested on the world's best equipment, by
the world’s best people. Whether it's in-house dyno testing, real-world high performance, or on-road durability solutions; S&S Diesel
Motorsport fuel systems are on another level! For more information, visit online at SSdiesel.com and like/follow @SSfueled and
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Media Contact: Justin Norris | P: (812) 521-0123 | E: justin@SSdiesel.com
About PurePower Technologies:
PurePower Technologies, a Stanadyne Company, is the authority for American-built precision fuel, air-management, and after-treatment
systems for light, medium, and heavy-duty diesel engines. Backed by years of original equipment manufacturing heritage, it has produced
more than 30 million precision diesel fuel injectors since 1999. For more information, visit purepowertechnologies.com.
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