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post #1 of 2 Old 02-05-2011, 04:01 PM Thread Starter Rookie
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rebuilding injectors & rear end

My 1997 f250 I just traded for has smoke coming out the exhaust pipe smelling like fuel.
After it is warm this quits and then it is fine.
Is this a injector problem . Previous owner thinks it is one of the injectors sticking .

What are the advantages to having them rebuild. Can I expect a increase in power and or MPG ?
Oh I'am into it for around five bills so far and it is needing a ( not sure what years will work ) rear end . It does drive off the front axle just fine around my place.

Oh and this is my first power stroke

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How many miles?

Getting them rebuilt to Stage 1' a custom chip and intake and exhaust mods will get you almost double the HP and if you drive normally MPG's..

You can use a rear from '95-10..SD rears would require different wheels..
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