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DIY injector or new one's ???

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iv'e got a 96' f-250
with 136,000 miles on it

i want to upgrade to stage one ot stage 2 injectors

would it be better to get the DIY kit or buy the one's perbuilt

im pretty tech savey so i know i can do it but i don't know
what shape my injectors are in and i have blowby on one on my driver side


what should i do????

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what do you mean by blowby on your injector?

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there is a little smoke coming from around the injector

know i had it before but pinpionted it when i replaced my glow plugs

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I'd probably get new ones.

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dang i was hopeing for "just diy them"
but whatever works best and lasts

anyone else have opinions

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Well actually I was thinking. When you DIY them they are pretty much brand new afterwords... Its really what you are comfortable doing I guess

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well good it's a lot cheaper that way
and i think the blowby is just a worn out o-ring
and that gets fixed with the diy kit

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yeah go with the DIY save you some cabbage haha

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anybody got a brand in particular

or should i just go with dpp power

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For DIY rosewoods are very good and cheap. I think you canget a set of stage 1's for like 500 bucks.

If you buy some look into casserlys

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