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post #1 of 16 Old 01-27-2011, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you SWAMPS!!!

After just a few short days got a set of rebuilt injectors and a full set of glow plugs...



Thank you guys so much, hopefully my ol gal will be back on the road shortly.

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Swamps is a good bunch of guys! You really cant go wrong!

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What do thoes goodies cost ya? Did they rebuild your injectors, or is it a 'core charge' type thing? Got around 200K on 4 of the 5 trucks I'm involved with, would be good info to have... not gonna be surprised if injectors become needed. I think one is sticking on my yellow truck, has a 'miss' to it, untill you floor it once it's warmed up...

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What do thoes goodies cost ya? Did they rebuild your injectors, or is it a 'core charge' type thing? Got around 200K on 4 of the 5 trucks I'm involved with, would be good info to have... not gonna be surprised if injectors become needed. I think one is sticking on my yellow truck, has a 'miss' to it, untill you floor it once it's warmed up...
Mine was doing the exact same thing. Then it just had to it... like a multiple cylinder miss.

1,300 no core charge if im not mistaken. Money well spent in my book.

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1300 bucks for a full set of rebuilt injectors and new glow plugs? Did they rebuild your injectors or SEND you "new" rebuilt injectors? That sounds really low....

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Swamps is killer, they send you rebuilt injectors, you send yours back after the swap, then they bill you the core charge on anything that didn't meet their core requirements. I'll definately do business with them again!

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No way! How much do you think they'd charge me in cores for AD codes if I sent in my AB codes?... damn e99 injectors sound wimpy...

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Just step up to Stage 1s or 2s if you have E99 ones. not worth it IMO to just go to later 99-03 sticks if youre paying the money.

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Cant got to stage ones or stage twos unless ive got tuning right? or if theyre "hybrids"?

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You can do stage I split shots without tuning.

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