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Old 12-21-2010, 03:15 PM
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6.4 Banjo bolts or not?

So my trucks in the shop getting ARP's. I purchased 6.4 Banjo bolts about 1 month ago but haven't had a chance to put them on yet. So I called the tech. today and asked him while everything was apart if he would install them. His response was that 6.0 Banjos had a check valve that would protect other injectors if 1 went bad. The 6.4 Banjos did not have that check valve. I'm not that knowledgeable on them and wanted to get everyone's opinion.
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Hmm, I don't understand how the check valve would protect the other injectors if they are all getting fed from the same line.... I think we need a wise old man for this!
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I was wondering the same thing but he also said that they are still using the Ford gold coolant too. (Hmmmmmm)
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... Where is Dave? I am sure he knows something about this.
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the check valves prevent fuel if anything from getting to the injectors, in return making things worse, theres a reason they got rid of the design on the 6.4

these techs half the time dont know a baseball from a hockey puck.

dont allow them to reuse the gold coolant either, make them install the banjos and use ELC coolant
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the check valves prevent fuel if anything from getting to the injectors, in return making things worse, theres a reason they got rid of the design on the 6.4

these techs half the time dont know a baseball from a hockey puck.

dont allow them to reuse the gold coolant either, make them install the banjos and use ELC coolant
what he said
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Old 12-22-2010, 03:53 PM
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What is the Part number for them? My dealer was clueless.
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What is the Part number for them? My dealer was clueless.
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Banjo bolt, part number W302472
Crush washers, part number W303659.
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Old 12-23-2010, 12:26 AM
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AWESOME!!!
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the check valves prevent fuel if anything from getting to the injectors, in return making things worse, theres a reason they got rid of the design on the 6.4

these techs half the time dont know a baseball from a hockey puck.
You may wish to rethink the reasoning why they got rid of the check valves on the 6.4. The banjo bolts on the heads of a 6l vs 6.4 have the exact opposite task.
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