The design of the new Cummins CX-5 is in serious flux, with the company recently announcing a revised design.
The Cummins team will likely need to revisit the new design to make sure it meets its performance requirements, but the team will also need to be able to make some big changes.
The first major change would be to the intake and exhaust manifolds.
Cummins plans to use a new design that will allow the new engine to have a much larger displacement than the CX engine, which currently has a 1,800-pound displacement.
The new design will allow Cummins to move the engine’s displacement up from the current 1,600 to 1,750 pounds, while the new cylinder heads will use a cylinder head that has a larger bore.
This new design is a big deal, as it allows Cummins engineers to dramatically improve their ability to tune the engine for use in a wide variety of applications.
This is a significant design improvement for Cummins, as their previous engines were largely based on a single cylinder configuration.
The engine will also get a significant redesign to improve its power output.
The Cummins engine is already known to have some major design flaws, but we don’t expect the Cummins redesign to be nearly as bad as we initially thought.
For example, the Cummin CX5 will still feature the Cummson-designed V-6 that was used on the Cummis Super Duty engines in production since 2006.
However, we expect that Cummins will move to a much wider bore and a larger displacement for the Cumminds engine.
While this new engine will have significantly better fuel economy than the Cumminn-built CX engines, it will still be a significant improvement.
As you can see in the diagram below, Cummins’ new Cummin-designed engine is much more than a new cylinder head.
The design has also evolved, with more of the engine now using a larger, square-shaped combustion chamber and a large cylinder head, as well as adding an intake manifold.
While this new Cummind-designed design will likely allow the Cummignins engine to move up from its current 1.8L, 1.6L, and 1.3L displacement to the 2.4L Cummins-designed Cummins Engine, it may still need to take some major changes to make the Cumminsti engine perform as it should.