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Question Thinking about injectors. Suggestions?

Well. Truck has just under 220,000 miles and I'm pretty sure I'm on the stock injectors, and I have no way of knowing if they were replaced before I bought the truck with about 195,000 on it. The truck runs good so far and I may have lots of miles left so I'm not looking to replace right away but soon enough I'll need to be considering replacing the injectors. And I do take good care of the truck with good oil changes and good fuel, etc.

What are the best injectors to buy? I've seen some before that are sold from performance shops and I don't really want any performance injectors for more power, but just want a good stock replacement that is the least expensive yet very good reliability and reputation. So, basically the best injector for the cash dollar.

By the way, what are some reports of the highest mileage achieved on stock injectors?


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Alliance Power AD injectors. Stock replacements.

I actually have a set of 8 FS right now for about 3-4 more days. Less than 1000 miles on them.

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If you want stock injectors you can get a full set of 8 from full force for under 1900 with a 12 month warranty or you can get remans for about 1,000 with a 18 month warranty.
From my research on here they are suppose to be pretty good and they are suppose to have good customer service.

I have ordered a set of remans from a dealer of full force and I am still wating on them going on 2 weeks now they are suppose to be a little busy currently.

I do not mind waiting a little especially if the reason it takes a little bit is because they are weeding out the bad injectors.
They flow test all remans to make sure they spray within 1% of each other.
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Well. Truck has just under 220,000 miles and I'm pretty sure I'm on the stock injectors, and I have no way of knowing if they were replaced before I bought the truck with about 195,000 on it. The truck runs good so far and I may have lots of miles left so I'm not looking to replace right away but soon enough I'll need to be considering replacing the injectors. And I do take good care of the truck with good oil changes and good fuel, etc.

What are the best injectors to buy? I've seen some before that are sold from performance shops and I don't really want any performance injectors for more power, but just want a good stock replacement that is the least expensive yet very good reliability and reputation. So, basically the best injector for the cash dollar.

By the way, what are some reports of the highest mileage achieved on stock injectors?


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sent you back the info on the injectors. Hope we can work something out

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