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Old 01-30-2014, 03:00 PM
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Injectors- OEM, Alliant, and Diapco?

From what I've read, Warren uses OEM remans to make bigger injectors. What about River City Diesel (RCD), do they also use OEM remans for there bigger injectors? Same question about Elite Diesel, do they use OEM or a aftermarket company like Alliant or Dipaco to make bigger injectors?


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From what I've read, Warren uses OEM remans to make bigger injectors. What about River City Diesel (RCD), do they also use OEM remans for there bigger injectors? Same question about Elite Diesel, do they use OEM or a aftermarket company like Alliant or Dipaco to make bigger injectors?


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IIRC my new 155/30's were made from Alliants. I bought them around February of last year.
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Warren uses your old injectors or will sell you Alliant
the warranty will go from 6 months for your used injectors to a year with the Alliants

atleast for some of their units

then they also state they will use OEM new from Ford for some of the units but We all know new is not an option ????
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We build your injectors from new OEM ford injectors,

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Just makes me wonder is Alliant and Dipaco are just as good as OEM remans if the aftermarket injector builders (RCD/JW/EDE) are using them for bigger injectors.

Here is a little link from Diapco (DTech).
http://www.dtechproducts.com/Product...-6-0L-Injector


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UpTime Parts/PurePower Injectors is a division of Navistar for OEM injectors. Alliant is a source supplier as well. The question is who puts them in the Motorcraft box? I doubt they use a different reman company. The real question is who is the supplier for the parts that both of these and the other 2(?) remanufacturers use.
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I noticed on the Dtech site ( and some others ) they list two different injectors for
03-04 and 05 -07 . What's the difference ?
Now I'm really confused about my truck . It's an 04' built in march of 2004 which seems
closer to the 05' model . It still uses the older HPOP design but the ICP is on the pass.
valve cover .
Any thoughts regarding injector series choice ?
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The only differences I can find are the introduction of the DLC (9/29/2003) and a small change to the injector clevis ("mid-year" 2003 change).
I think the biggest difference as far as "fit" is concerned is the injector connector retaining clip orientation change, it went from a 9 o'clock position to a 12 o'clock position on all injectors after 9/29/2003.
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Dipacos dtech injectors are remanufactured by flight systems. I work for a diesel fuel injection shop. We get injectors from both places. I'm guessing most of the parts come from redat. They make a lot of replacement injector parts. Unless of course they are getting parts from siemens who originally made the injectors.
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OEM only on 6.0's IMO

Alliant's 7.3 injectors are fine, but their 6.0 injectors are way too hit or miss for my taste
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Dipacos dtech injectors are remanufactured by flight systems. I work for a diesel fuel injection shop. We get injectors from both places. I'm guessing most of the parts come from redat. They make a lot of replacement injector parts. Unless of course they are getting parts from siemens who originally made the injectors.


With reported hit/miss issues of non-OEM injectors, I wonder if there is a QC issues of the parts.

Maybe that's one of the reasons the non-OEM injectors are cheaper.


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