Discussion in 'Vendor and Shop Referrals' started by a_kelley, Nov 10, 2019.
What company does it, how much, and time frame?
Lincoln Diesel Specialties or Dan's Diesel if you want to send them off. I'm pretty sure one of the local to me heavy duty truck shops has a nice fuel shop where they do pumps and injectors.
I think to test my injectors was 50 a piece through LDS. Then they replaced the nozzles, flow tested, balanced, and sent them back with a detailed flow sheet. I think everything cost me like 1700 maybe? 400 for testing, 1000 for 45% SAC nozzles, 210 for one new injector body, and a little bit for assembly labor. Not bad. My stuff was gone for less than a week. I think they got them on a Monday and I got them back Friday or Saturday.
Btw...what injectors are we talking about?
Cummins 12v, 86k miles, has a dead cylinder & tons of blowby.. figured getting the injectors done while it's apart is a good thing..
They're cheap enough, I'd probably put another set in it. I think mine were like 525 or so.
Being that it's not common rail, I'd bet there's probably a local HD truck shop near you that could take care of it. The test equipment is a lot less complicated.
There used to be a in Shelby that did turbos and injectors ...I can't remember the name.
Carolina Powertrain recently opened an office in hickory...they are as good as it gets for a stock build. I've never asked them about performance stuff so can't speak there
Doyle @ performance diesel in Albemarle also. Don a few sets for me on 12v stuff