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Old 09-13-2013, 07:44 AM
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Replacement Injectors

I am trying to get some feedback and opinion from yall out there on replacement injectors. I need to replace my #2 injector and I sit here contemplating just getting it back on the road I now find myself maybe letting the truck sit a few months and save up and replace all 8 injectors since I got off the phone with Warren Diesel. Truck has 138,000 and not sure if I should go with the 155/30 for 1300 or present injectors rebuilt for 550 or just replace the one injector and get her back on the road. Any advice to help me make up my mind would be a huge help
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Warrens is a great place to get injectors and knowledge. 155/30 would give u a little power bump if that's what your looking for. It would be best with custom tuning. Let me know if you have any other questions. I've had alot of good experiences with warrens and their products


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Old 09-13-2013, 07:53 AM
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Thanks 06 I greatly appreciate it
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I second warren diesel. Had all 8 of mine rebuilt to 155/stock for approx $600
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Old 09-13-2013, 07:59 AM
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Heres the thing though if I have stock injectors which is 130 for about 600 is it worth to go to 155 for 1300
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I've had two upgraded sets of their injectors. Have their trans. Have the dual hpop setup also. Great products and great customer service.


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I second warren diesel. Had all 8 of mine rebuilt to 155/stock for approx $600
Did u do the work yourself?


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Jesse warren is great, I'll be purchasing a transmission from them built by his brother Andy soon. Knowledgeable, real people, not some phone weenie that answers and reads to you from some glossy brochure. I feel totally confident that they'd take care of any issues I might have. I have a set of their 175/30 injectors, im very happy with them. You just need to decide what your goals with the truck are, 155's and a tune would be fun, but depending on your budget and bow far down the rabbit hole you want to go, this leads to that, and that leads to this. If you plan to keep the truck, replace all 8.
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Did u do the work yourself?


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Yes it's really not that hard. Driver side is easy. Passanger side takes a little more time do to the A/C box being right there. After watching SrMasterDieselTechs video on rip and replacing injectors it was easy enough to do. Sent them out to warren diesel had about a week turn around time. They were busy and moving shops I believe. Called me on a Friday saying they were done and I had them Saturday before noon for an extra $40 which was worth it in my opinion

When my number 4 went out I went ahead and replaced all 8 cause who knows when the next one could go out, could have been tomorrow, could have been a year from then. So I just played the safe way and got them all done
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Old 09-13-2013, 08:45 AM
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Thanks Gearhead I'm just curious if jumping to 155 is worth the cost. I do plan on keeping the truck forever as I love it and want to do all the bulletproofing out there but will take a LONG time to do
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