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Old 02-15-2019, 07:38 AM
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Installing a 603 pump on a w210

So whatís involved in swapping a 603 pump? Iím going to get a dieselmeken pump and install it on my w210 e300 1999. How will the electronics communicate and what will I have to do to fix the errors in the system? Havenít found much online telling me. Will I need a stand alone?

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Old 02-15-2019, 08:10 AM
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Have Dieselmeken do a w210 pump and it would be a one for one swap with no issues. The mechanical pumps are more for putting a 606 turbo into a w124.
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Yeah I’ve noticed that you don’t see a lot of super turbo diesel W210s
See more of the OM606 with the big pumps going in to the W124s

Mechanically, it’s plug-and-play. Of course the throttle linkage Will have to be custom built.

Otherwise, the fuel shut off control is one thing that comes to mind
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Old 02-18-2019, 10:02 AM
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IP Swap: 603 IP into a 606 engine
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So whatís involved in swapping a 603 pump? Iím going to get a dieselmeken pump and install it on my w210 e300 1999. How will the electronics communicate and what will I have to do to fix the errors in the system? Havenít found much online telling me. Will I need a stand alone?
Why a 603 pump? Dieselmeken builds 606 EDC pumps with 7.5mm elements that are plug-n-play in w210. I have one on order myself. From there, you can chip tune to the desired performance level.

I have heard the stock w210 E300 transmission is only good for ~270 hp max before it begins slipping. So a 7.5 mm EDC pump and RocketChip tune and you're there, easy peasy. Even the electronics stay happy so no CEL.

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