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Fuel Injectors V6 Supercharged

vr304

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I think Shane 3800 was referring to getting the little filter basket thingys out without breaking stuff, tried it once on an old injector I had just out of interest to see how dirty it was and broke it trying to get it out
 

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I think Shane 3800 was referring to getting the little filter basket thingys out without breaking stuff, tried it once on an old injector I had just out of interest to see how dirty it was and broke it trying to get it out
Yea there's a tool to do it. It's a screw in a sort of plier thing and to screw the screw into the bucket which what they're called and squeeze the handle and it pops out. Then you just press the new one in with your weight on a steel bench.
 

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Probably not eBay,

You Tube may have a instruction on a how to do it,
[I have never looked to be honest]

If you need a Service Kit, there is a great guy here in Beaumaris that I have purchased off a few times before,
and serviced mine a fair few years ago now.
[approx. $12 with free postage Aus Wide]

Today I sent him an email to see if he has a set in stock at his home,
as I will go around and pick them up, so he doesn't get ripped off by eBay.

Yeah you can open them with some volts and butane but I was actually referring to a cleaning and testing kit
 

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