Power is the "add on" performance computer for the class
8 truck electronically controlled engines and works on the following
Cummins N-14 Celect and Celect + and is now available for
the Cummins ISX engine
- Caterpillar 3126, C-10, C-12, 3406E, C-15, C-16 and Acert
Detroit Diesel D Deck III, IV & V engines (will not work on
early D Deck)
years of research our N-14E, Caterpillar 3406E, C-10, C-12, 15 &
16 and Detroit Diesel DDEC III and IV power enhancement product is
ready. We are very excited about this new addition to our high performance
product line and the Cummins/Cat/Detroit community should be as well.
The Pittsburgh Power is an add on engine computer and does not affect
your existing ECM. This product has been in the field for over three
years and is more than paying for itself in fuel mileage savings and
that is not even mentioning the fun factor.
Since the release of
this upgrade we have been keeping track of customer satisfaction.
Most folks are running on power level two or three to do their daily
driving and are very happy using those lower settings. Also, a minimum
of a few tenths of a mile per gallon fuel mileage improvement has
been noted. Some have actually improved 1 full mile per gallon and
more! At a price of $2375.00 for the Celect Plus, Detroit and Caterpillar
and $2275.00 for Celect, the unit will pay for itself in fuel savings
alone. We have had a lot of requests from potential customers wanting
to speak to our happy customers to hear how well this works. Unfortunately,
we can not give out our customers personal contact information but
if you are not fully satisfied you may return the unit for a refund
within 30 days of purchase . How is that for a satisfaction guarantee??
first design Cummins Celect engines, built from 1991-1994, use one
of two different boost sensors. When you place your order, we will
need to know what style boost sensor your engine is equipped with.
The boost sensor is located on the back side of the intake manifold
and has a three wire connector attached to it. We need to know if
the sensor screws into the manifold or if it is held to the intake
by two bolts. See the Cummins installation instructions for a picture
of the screw in style sensor. The newer boost sensor and attaching
components will have to be purchased in addition to the Pittsburgh