N-14 or N-14 Red Top?

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  1. DumpTrucker

    DumpTrucker Bobtail Member

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    I do believe the n14 celect plus has different pistons, injectors, heads, and exhaust manifold then a n14 celect.
     
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    Not sure how the ISX got thrown into this. A Red top N14 is not an ISX, not even close.
     
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    Red Top N14 is the Celect plus

    Cylinders, heads, turbos are different on different Celect engines. Cummins use CPL for every engine they make
     
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    Because he asked what the differance between the N14 and the ISX was also.
     
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    What's different with all that between the two?
     
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    if you wanna know a differens, get engine numbers and compare CPLs. But be sure, difference betveen two Celects Plus may be very notisable becouse of application, HP rating, and other things.

    N14 is very popular engine and there are versions with injection pump. They share cyl. block and other parts with Celect and Celect Plus, but they have different cyl.heads.

    So to not to get wrong parts for ANY CUMMINS engine, use engine number and CPL.

    yeah, I used Celect plus ECM on old engines with wiring swap. And Calibrations for older engines with Celect Units are available for Celect Pluc ECM (I used Incall DVD). Newer ECM supports J1939 and Celect plus ECM work with ZF AsTronic, Celect - unfortunatly not.