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Old 01-15-2014, 12:45 PM
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OEM injectors

So i gues i am in the market for new injectores.
Reading around, i think i like to go OEM, but what you all think ?
I was looking at thes 2 different injectors, but not sure about the sellers, one have 1 year warenty, and the other have 2 years.
The seller giving 2 years taking about other KNOCK OFF injectores ???? what is this ???
I put the 2 link up, so pleas tell me what you thinking
2 years warenty
Remanufactured 6 0L Powerstroke Diesel Early Build Fuel Injector F250 F350 | eBay
1 year warenty
https://www.injectorsdirect.com/prod...emanufactured/
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Old 01-15-2014, 01:19 PM
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Those may be both the same, depending on when the reman happened, since all of the wear parts are suppose to new. That being said, the 4C3Z-9E527-BRM do have the DLC coating on the plunger for sure. You could use either without being concerned about functionality, especially with them being Motorcraft.
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Old 01-15-2014, 02:28 PM
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Those may be both the same, depending on when the reman happened, since all of the wear parts are suppose to new. That being said, the 4C3Z-9E527-BRM do have the DLC coating on the plunger for sure. You could use either without being concerned about functionality, especially with them being Motorcraft.
Tanx for that info.
Both the injectors have same PN: Motorcraft Part # 4C3Z-9E527-BRM
But can you pleas fill me in whit more info about the injector and this DLC coating ?
I never heard about that, and dont know what this is, what i understand from what you wrighting, i think this coating if to reduce stickion problem, and dosent my original injecortors hav that coting ?????

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In 04 the injectors had a change to the spring clip that sits under the intensifier piston to minimize flexing of the plunger handle (to reduce chatter in the core barrel), and the plunger was coated in a process that is very hard and slippery (diamond like coating - DLC) that is plasma-vapourized onto the plunger at about 2 micron thickness. The old 03 injectors were carbide coated and suffered from wear.

There was nothing done for spool stiction until recently. Newer replacement spools bodies have a slight groove on the inner side of the coil body to reduce surface tension where it comes in contact with the spool. This and wear on the spools is why they are using new spools in these rebuilds.
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In 04 the injectors had a change to the spring clip that sits under the intensifier piston to minimize flexing of the plunger handle (to reduce chatter in the core barrel), and the plunger was coated in a process that is very hard and slippery (diamond like coating - DLC) that is plasma-vapourized onto the plunger at about 2 micron thickness. The old 03 injectors were carbide coated and suffered from wear.

There was nothing done for spool stiction until recently. Newer replacement spools bodies have a slight groove on the inner side of the coil body to reduce surface tension where it comes in contact with the spool. This and wear on the spools is why they are using new spools in these rebuilds.
Thanx so mutch for clearing that for me.
So if i contact the seller and ask if his injector has a slight groove on the inner side of the coil body, then i shoud be safe to get the last updated injectores, yes ?
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Old 01-15-2014, 03:10 PM
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The seller may not know. If they are remans from 2012+ they have them. In any case, the grove is not that big of a deal for a reman with a new spool.
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The seller may not know. If they are remans from 2012+ they have them. In any case, the grove is not that big of a deal for a reman with a new spool.
Ok thanx enyway, i just ask seller about the date of reman, i think the boxes have date marks on them.
But like you say, its not a big deal.
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Old 01-16-2014, 10:34 AM
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Label on box

I got picture on the label from the injector box from seller toady.
From what i can see, it shoud be ok to buy this injector, since the are not old
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