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Injector Pump Operation Vidoes

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I found these videos very helpful for understanding the operation of different designs.

P-Pump

 

 

 

 

 

VE-Pump

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governor Operation:

This is not an automotive governor but instead a marine one.  On automotive governors it has basically the same thing, but the governor operates at all RPM's to help maintain speed when load is applied.

This one shows two types neither automotive.  The "Regulating Governor" is found on farm machinery and generators, where a constant RPM is desired without having to physically pushing the throttle further.

 

There are different versions of the rotary pump, does anyone know which the 1st gen VE's is, and which the VP44 is?

Anyone got any others?  Or more info to add, in other forms such a Words, Pictures or Links?

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I was thinking on it, but was hoping others possibly had more info and such, and I'll throw that together to put into an article.

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There are lots of resources for finding more information about the topic, you can google it, but I'm also agree to post these videos in Article that would be more beneficial to readers.

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I concur entirely.  That is why I posted this so other could share there favorite articles/videos/pictures.  And then I can assemble that into an article.  I used to be of the mind that just about anything is accessible via google.  However I have realized the art of googling was not bestowed upon everyone.  Anytime I watch a friend google I question humanity its self. lol

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The issue with just Googling is the internet is %95 fiction and opinion.  Since we want to understand we should compile this information as Cowboy is doing.   

 

 

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