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I'll assume (speculate) the CP 4.2 isn't going anywhere considering Ram Trucks are using it for the 2020 HO 6.7L at 29,000 psi. I think that covers the big three with the 4.2 now but I don't specifically know what GM is doing with the Duramax for 2020.
 
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I'll assume (speculate) the CP 4.2 isn't going anywhere considering Ram Trucks are using it for the 2020 HO 6.7L at 29,000 psi. I think that covers the big three with the 4.2 now but I don't specifically know what GM is doing with the Duramax for 2020.
Its staying around and they are increasing pressure to over 30k. GM uses a Denso system.
 
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Its staying around and they are increasing pressure to over 30k. GM uses a Denso system.
Thanks for the correction. I didn't know the L5P changed to the Denso HP4 but I see that now.
 
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from past experience, I can say I am comfortable with the 4th year production run of the gen II 6.7 so I bought a 2019 last week. The gen II 6.7 was introduced in 2015 with a ton of fixes for the gen 1 6.7 introduced in 2011 which already had a tone of fixes based on 6.0 and 6.4 lessons learned.

from past experience, I can say I would not be comfortable with a 1st year production run of any new major engine change. The first year 6.4 and 1st year 6.7 were disasters.
Can't tell that from my early release May 2010 built 6.7, Flawless engine! Now the rear end hop, that's a different story...
 
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Can't tell that from my early release May 2010 built 6.7, Flawless engine! Now the rear end hop, that's a different story...
Good for you! How many miles and still stock? My 16 has the hop. I plan on starting a thread when I do some stuff if it helps. Keep on trucking, Thom.
 
 


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