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where is a good place to go to get aftermarket injectors for a my 96er??

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get some diy injectors

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+1 diy injectors Jim is good at what he does and fast

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I run DIY injectors, love them too. Swamps Diesel, Bean's Diesel, Diesel Innovations, Full Force Diesel are all companies that you can't go wrong with when buying injectors. I went the DIY route because the price was awesome and I wanted to see if I could actually build my own injectors successfully. Jim will build you a set if you don't feel comfortable building them yourself.

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thanks guys, probably go with bean's, seem to have the best pricing and still get some extra power. not looking for anything fantastic anyway.

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Bean's is an excellent choice for an injector builder. Ryan casserly (Full Force Diesel) builds his injectors and they are top notch.

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Bean's is an excellent choice for an injector builder. Ryan casserly (Full Force Diesel) builds his injectors and they are top notch.
is replacing the injectors very difficult?? about how long would it take??

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Replacing all 8 injectors will probably take about 3-4 hours for the first time'er. I feel confident that I could replace all 8 in my truck in a little over 1 hour maybe 2 at the most, but I've had some practice. It's pretty easy.

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Replacing all 8 injectors will probably take about 3-4 hours for the first time'er. I feel confident that I could replace all 8 in my truck in a little over 1 hour maybe 2 at the most, but I've had some practice. It's pretty easy.
would i need to replace the valve cover gasket??

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would i need to replace the valve cover gasket??
Nope, it's 100% reusable.

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-BTS Tranny
-76mm Sledgehammer
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-T.E. Modded 17* HPOP
-ARP's, Chromoly's, 910's
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