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post #1 of 44 Old 01-22-2012, 06:01 AM Thread Starter
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cross over oil line

I was on ebay this morning and found a diesel shop selling a different oil cross over line for the injectors. Has anyone here done that mod? Is it worth the money, and how difficult was the line to change?

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this guy put one on.... might wana contact him and ask, he said it smothed out the idle a little....
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it was the first mod I done to my truck. It smooths out the idle abit. Took about 30 mins to do.

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I did it and liked it.
Only thing is, I wouldn't use a rubber line. Use a hard line. It'll last much longer, no possibility of lines wearing out or crimps cracking. That's what happened to me. One crimp finally cracked, got a new one, it was done poorly and blew apart. So I will only do hard lines now.

Post a link. They shouldn't be more than 75 or so, depending on the line.
And it's easy to change. Undo two plugs on the HPO rail, put in the new line.



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It is worth it, smooths engine out quite a bit, and like above, make sure it is a good quality hose. Mine is a stainless steel braided one from Tymar. Dale also has the best price on it

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I did it on my L99, didnt notice ANY difference in idle sound or smoothness

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I have a Rubber one and the crimps are starting to leak, What size are the threads so I can replace with hard line?



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Did it on mine and a friends 2000. Did smooth out my idle didn't notice much difference on the 2000. I think it is more noticeable with single shot injectors than the split shots.

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Noticed it a lot on mine. It depends on HPOP, IPR, ICP, and anything to do with the HPO system.



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