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Still the questions originally asked remains: What is the likelihood of the GP Tip falling into the cylinder if I drive with it in place?
Putting the piston on TDC, and tapping on the tip till it falls down, is it possible (with injector removed) to get the tip out through the injector hole?
I've heard that is the correct way to do it. When the same thing happened to me years ago, I couldn't make it budge when tapping on it, so I put the valve cover back on and started the truck, hoping the compression would push the tip out of the hole. (The risk, of course, was that it also might have gotten sucked into the cylinder.) I got lucky and it was pushed out. I don't recommend that procedure, it's risky.
'95 F-350XLT Crew Cab SRW 4X4 PSD, 35X12.50X16.5's, LS 4.10's, Air bags front and rear, PS 2000 propane, TYMAR intake, 1.0AR turbine housing, gutted EBPV, downpipe, 5" exhaust system, DP chip,
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