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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Damariscotta Maine
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Yeah, I said I would like to be sure the injectors flow test properly, and he basically said, why they are like brand new. Basically told him I was assuming he was trying to screw me over, asked for proof that they are good and he wont talk to me anymore. Guessing that either he got busy, very possible. Or he was actually attempting to get the best of me, and thats why I decided to go rosewood, just have to deal with the little bit of downtime with the truck.
also, when replacing injectors, do the injector cups normally seal up fine after? because that extra 350$ would be really nice to not have to spend. I feel like pulling injectors and putting them back in could cause a leak.
also on another note(probably not on this tread, but ill ask anyway) I bought my truck 10,000 miles ago and have been reading a lot about cavitation, I understand it pretty well and want to get it addressed/checked out with my truck. The coolent in it as far as i can tell is great, but Im not sure if it has the proper additives ect.
thanks again guys!
1997 F250 7.3 5 speed, 3.55s, D60, 4" Diamond Eye Exhaust, Napa Intake Filter, E-Fuel, 35" bfg mt's, stage 2 rosewoods/tuning, Gauges
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