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Old 03-06-2010, 03:17 PM
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Fuel Injectors

Can anybody give me a link for cheap but good, bigger than stock, aftermarket fuel injectors? I'm lookin' for some but can't find any anywhere. I'd appreciate the help.
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Old 03-06-2010, 03:20 PM
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Sorry to say it but cheap and bigger than stock are not in the same sentence when your talking about 6.0 injectors......

Your probably looking at somewhere in the range of $1200- 1600 for a set of 155's and they go us from there.
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Sorry to say it but cheap and bigger than stock are not in the same sentence when your talking about 6.0 injectors......

Your probably looking at somewhere in the range of $1200- 1600 for a set of 155's and they go us from there.

Oh f***. I think I'm speechless. Oh my gah, I didn't realize they were that much. I was figuring like 900 or so. Is there any link I can go to, to look at them and stuff?
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Oh f***. I think I'm speechless. Oh my gah, I didn't realize they were that much. I was figuring like 900 or so. Is there any link I can go to, to look at them and stuff?
And that doesn't include the up front core charge they charge you that's refundable once you return your stockers (I've seen between $800-1300 core charges).

Also, your gonna have to factor in a fuel system upgrade because you cant really go above a 155 without it (it's recommended that you do the upgrade w/ the 155's too).

look up river city diesel and elite diesel for starters...... I'll post a few more places in a minute.
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Yeah, I knew that part of it. I was gonna get that along with it, and then stud my truck while I was at it... but this is of course when I get money. Dang though, I had no idea it'd be that freakin' much. That's crazy.
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Yeah, I knew that part of it. I was gonna get that along with it, and then stud my truck while I was at it... but this is of course when I get money. Dang though, I had no idea it'd be that freakin' much. That's crazy.
At least you have to option of just sticking with the stockers for a while longer.... I will probably have to get injectors out on necessity because of 1 or more injectors that are mis-firing. I'll know more next week once I get a cylinder contribution test done.
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At least you have to option of just sticking with the stockers for a while longer.... I will probably have to get injectors out on necessity because of 1 or more injectors that are mis-firing. I'll know more next week once I get a cylinder contribution test done.

Yeah, I'm probably goin' to until I hit the lottery. How do you know one of them is misfiring? Ah heck, that's crap.
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