Originally Posted by gtspowerstroke
...However if you can't measure what's comming out accurately then the whole thing is all but worthless...
You couldn't be farther from the truth.
Even my first attempt at a test bench proved invaluable, and every
upgrade I make helps me find other potential problems that only leads me to produce a better product for my customers.
As it sits right now, my bench is invaluable and is used everyday
to help troubleshoot injector problems. And since I have only had maybe 5 or 6 customers over the last 3 years ask about flow balancing, it's just not a big incentive to me to get it done.
I know how valuable balancing is and I'll get there eventually...
I was under the impression that most any part that would wear out on your injectors were replaced when you do this....is this not the case?
If you're refering to replacing wear parts with the DIY Kit, the answer is, NO. The primary function of the DIY Kit is to increase fuel flow from properly operating injectors. Certain DIY Kits contain the parts to replace the wear parts, and the DIY Kits have evolved into 'repair Kits' too. But the worse condition your injectors are in, the more work that is involved and the more expensive they'll be to repair.
These injectors do not last forever and need attention like any other mechanical device. And they are not cheap to rebuild
. Cheap top overhaul
, but not to rebuild...
I bet I've been ask 100 times if the $250 kit will totally rebuild all 8 injectors
Nope, that costs a LOT