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Old 04-17-2010, 10:56 PM
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up grading injectors

hey fellas i was just woundering if you can get stock injectors built into bigger ones? i dont want to go really big i was just thinking about 155s or some thing like that. thanks
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:41 AM
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Yes! 90% of the time that is what they do anyway. Each company rebuilds the injectors with new tips,nozzles, etc to whatever cc it may be. As long as your injectors are still good there shouldnt be any problems....minus the downtime of the truck by sending in the stocks.

Alot of people say Casserly is the best but I hear alot of good things about Elite...I would only go with one of those.
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Elites are good like said above just a bit pricey for me. Casserly are good as well, currently I run then and cheaper so it doesnt hurt the pocket as bad.
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Casserly isn't doing 6.0 injectors at the moment and I hear when he starts up again they will be done starting with new injectors. Can you say $$$$. Don't count out RCD.
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well i was kinda hoping to find a set local here and then send them out to get done so i wasn't with out my truck but well have to see. I wanted to put them in when i do studs and egr delete. Is i that my cheaper to send my out or should i just buy a set and return mine for core?
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Casserly isn't doing 6.0 injectors at the moment and I hear when he starts up again they will be done starting with new injectors. Can you say $$$$. Don't count out RCD.
Where did you hear this. I guess since Myself and Adam talk to Ryan on a constant basis. Im not gonna expose anything else about Casserly just yet sorry.
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I would stay away from RCD injectors...I have read nothing but bad things about their injectors...other than that they have some good products...I have never used them but I have read that from several people who have...
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Where did you hear this. I guess since Myself and Adam talk to Ryan on a constant basis. Im not gonna expose anything else about Casserly just yet sorry.
Not that it's an issue but your post doesn't make any sense except for the first sentence. The second sentence is meaningless, and the third implies you exposed something about Casserly which you didn't. But putting that aside for a moment, a little birdie sits on my shoulder and tweets stuff like this in my ear from time to time. I never know where it's been when it flies off .

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I would stay away from RCD injectors...I have read nothing but bad things about their injectors...other than that they have some good products...I have never used them but I have read that from several people who have...
Then why would Adam sell them. Yeah they have had some issues but they stand behind them. Almost everyone I can think of has had some issues rebuilding and upgrading 6.0 injectors. Why do you think Cass quit doing it and Swamps only modifies brand new injectors. There are a bunch of people running RCD injectors happily and if you want to upgrade injectors your options are fairly limitted.
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Then why would Adam sell them. Yeah they have had some issues but they stand behind them. Almost everyone I can think of has had some issues rebuilding and upgrading 6.0 injectors. Why do you think Cass quit doing it and Swamps only modifies brand new injectors. There are a bunch of people running RCD injectors happily and if you want to upgrade injectors your options are fairly limitted.
Yes they have had their share of problems...I havent hear too many problems with Elite's injectors...And I am glad that RCD stands behind their product as any company should but I cant afford to pay someone to keep switching them out everytime one goes bad...

To each their own but when I buy mine I will buy Elite's just because of all the people that have ran them with good results..
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