Engine Fuel Filter and Fuel Injection Pump.
The fuel filter removes particulate from the fuel supply
before it enters the fuel injection pump. The injection
pump distributes equal amounts of high pressure fuel to
the engines fuel injection system prior to engine internal
Fuel Lift Pump. The fuel lift pump is a cam
shaft driven mechanical transfer pump. The lift pump
transfers diesel fuel from the fuel tank to the fuel
turbosupercharger forces compressed air into the
combustion chamber for improved combustion, fuel
efficiency, and horsepower. The turbosupercharger is
driven by waste exhaust gas energy.
Alternator. The alternator produces a +24 VDC
45 amp output to operate the paving machines electrical
systems and keep the batteries charged.
Starter. The starter uses a +24 VDC, high
amperage supply to turn over the engine, starting the
engine combustion cycle.
Exhaust pipe and muffler. The exhaust pipe is
a flexible duct attached to the exhaust output of the
turbosupercharger. The muffler is clamped to the output
of the exhaust pipe and mounted to a removal support
bracket over the engine compartment. The exhaust
pipe and muffler are easily removed as a unit from the
Air Cleaner. The air cleaner contains a
replaceable filter element. Air being supplied to the
turbosupercharger and engine is drawn in from outside
the engine compartment through the filter element. The
air cleaner has an internal dust seal preventing large dirt
particles from entering the filter element. This collected
dirt and dust is vented out of the air cleaner through a