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Old 04-04-2013, 02:44 PM
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$1,055 for "Fuel injector master kit"

What do you guys think about this deal I just came across? I think I'm due in for new injectors. I believe I am going to buy full force injectors though. Just wondering your thoughts on this kit I found that comes with injectors, glow plugs, and UVCH's for $1,055.

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You want to be Very Leary of non OEM stuff, especially the Glow Plugs...
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I thought that might be the case. I'll just save up the extra money for the full force injectors and Ford plugs and harnesses. My power isn't quite what it used to be and if I don't plug it in on chilly nights it misses in one cylinder for the first mile or so, then comes to life.
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Have you put a new glow plug relay in yet? Throw a quart of transmission fluid in the tank at next fill up and see if that helps at all. Also, do you use an additive in the fuel now? SuperTech TCW-3 Marine 2-cycle oil comes in Gallon or quart containers at Walmart and works better than almost all of the fuel additives out there. I use a quart of it in every fill up.

Also, contact Jim @ Rosewood Diesel for an injector kit. He has bigger injector kits or just stock ones. http://rosewooddieselshop.com/
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Thank you for your input! I'm willing to try anything before I have to spend the big bucks, well big bucks to me anyway lol. I assume the 2 stroke oil is to help clean up the injectors? Im going to change my oil this weekend or the next. I am going back and fourth between putting "Hot Shot secret" in my oil or "Rev-X". Which do you suggest?
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Rev x or archoil are the 2 most recommended .

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Rev x or archoil are the 2 most recommended
Absolutely Not!


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That info is great for fuel additives but the OP last post was about a oil additive. I'm pretty sure my info is good as far as oil goes. I know those are the top choices for the 6.0. May be different for the 7.3 but I have not seen anything.

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$howtime. I don't think you want to put any fuel additives in your oil.

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$howtime. I don't think you want to put any fuel additives in your oil.

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Hahaha heck no I don't! I did change up what I was asking in that last post. Sorry for the confusion. I would like to try oil and fuel additives before I buy parts. The truck still runs and starts great, just isn't what she used to be.
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