Below is an informative Boost Pin install guide video from Overland Expeditions using one of our Boost Pins for the benefit of other customers wanting to know what the install involves.
So you’ve heard about the Dynamic Timing Advance Spacer kit but you aren’t too sure on how to fit it?
Well hopefully this short guide will help guide you on your way.
1. Locate the Dynamic Timing Advance piston cover plate.
Found on the bottom left hand side of the Bosch VE injection pump, the cover plate is a similar size and shape to the spacer.
On a 200TDi or 300TDi this is between the injection pump and the engine block. On a Cummins 6BT this is on the side of the injection pump furthest from the engine block, normally requiring the air compressor to be unbolted and slid backwards for better access.
2. Remove the cover plate.
Carefully remove the cover plate to reveal the compression springs which control the timing pistons movement, make sure you dont drop the black calibration shims inside the cover plate.
(Don’t panic if you only have one spring, earlier injection pumps only used one spring to control the timing piston)
3. Replace the original O ring.
Replace the original O ring with the genuine Bosch O ring supplied taking care not to damage it.
4. Insert the new shim
Insert the extra spring tension shim into the bottom of the cover plate, making sure you replace the original black calibration shims back on top of the new shim.
5. Pre-assemble the spacer and cover plate ready for fitting.
Place the remaining genuine Bosch O ring carefully into the spacer plate. Then place the new allen bolts through the cover plate and place the spacer plate on top of the cover plate with the seal between them. after this all that remains is to place the springs (or spring) back into the cover plate on top of the shims.
6. Re fit cover plate with spacer
Re fit the pre-assembled cover plate with the spacer, shims and spring(s) to the Bosch VE injection pump and tighten securely.
Now the fun part, going out and enjoying the test drive!
Thanks to Craig King for the install photos!