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 02-22-2004, 12:42 Post: 77589
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I was wondering if you were to hypothetically change the fuel injecters out of a 4310 and put ones from a 4410 in would this give you the 35 horse power of a 4410 or would you also need to change the injection pump? Or is there still more? Maybe something air related? I would not do any of this anyways just wondering if it would work. Thanks.






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 02-22-2004, 13:05 Post: 77591
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The 4410 has a 101 cu-in engine, the 4310 92 cu-in, according to the Deere website. I don't think you'll get the same power from less cubic inches unless you do something really radical.
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 02-22-2004, 13:08 Post: 77592
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There are more differences between the 4310 and 4410 than just the fuel system. The 4310 is 1.496 liters and the 4410 is 1.642 liters due to the 4 mm larger bore on the 4410.






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 02-22-2004, 13:12 Post: 77594
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Thanks, I thought they were the same displacement, in fact I asked one dealer the difference in the two and he didn't know either.






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 02-22-2004, 18:52 Post: 77614
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 4310 motor question

The dealer literature on the original 4300 nd 4400 specs showed a larger displacement engine on the 4400, then the ten series specs on their their website showed them as being identical, now I notice they show the 4310 and the 4410 as being different displacment plus a different engine code number, so I've assumed there was a printing error rather than a different engine.






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I got my information from the JD technical manual that gives rebuilding specs.






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