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What's the main pump AND pilot pressure of CAT 330DL?

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What's the main pump AND pilot pressure of CAT 330DL?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Construction and Road Equipment
Expert:  catmastertech replied 11 months ago.
Main pumps are 35000 + 500 - 1000 kPa (5076 + 73 - 145 psi)Pilot pump is 4100 ± 200 kPa (595 ± 29 psi)
Expert:  catmastertech replied 11 months ago.
36000 + 500 - 1000 kPa (5221 + 73 - 145 psi)(Heavy Lift (if equipped))
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
What's the causes for dropping high pump pressure?
Expert:  catmastertech replied 11 months ago.
Sorry for the late reply. I work in the Eastern US and have very limited time during the day. I answer more questions at night and will be available for a few more hours. I hope this is not to much an inconvenience.Worn pump or worn relief valves.Poor operator control causing overheating or DERATING.Improperly set calibrations or auxiliary setups.
Expert:  catmastertech replied 11 months ago.
I see you are posting multiple questions. I recommend you stick with one technician to solve this issue. It is not helpful for us all to spend time on one customer when we know only one will get an answer accepted. I will OPT-OUT and leave this question to the other tech.
Expert:  Dan replied 11 months ago.
Hi it is Dan. Did you lose the link to your original question?