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So if a 9060 with a cummins is hard on fuel, what does a 960 have and how is it on fuel. Is there an after-market chip that would help a 9060?
 

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They only used some cummins in 2007, some 2007 had the iveco. 960 all had the iveco. If your needs are between a 940 and 960, a cummins might do, if you have had the iveco you will not be happy. I wasn't.
 

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on the Cummins, the engine serial number is an eight digit number, beginning with "4" and contains no letters or spaces. This number should be on a metal tag riveted onto the cylinder block, or embossed on the block, typically near to the water pump housing. Anything other than the above, is not a Cummins.

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Marlon Khan
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The Iveco in the 9060 seems to hold on better under load than the cummins does. If you try to push the engine past 100% load the cummins will lose rpms sooner than the Iveco. The Iveco is better on fuel too in my opinion.
 

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Model Year 2007 (SSN HAJ110001 - HAJ110516) machines are the only CR's with CDC engines. They were only in the CR9060 and CR 9040. The CR9070 and CR9080 have always had Iveco engines
 

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I've got a 2005 CR960 with the Iveco. I don't have any hard numbers but it seems to use about the same amount of fuel as my TR99 but with a fair bit more capacity.

Just wondering if anyone has any experience chipping a 960 with the Iveco? Just not sure if really needs or could handle a 15-30% increase.
 
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