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hello guys here is a question . anyone know if there is a way to identify a unknown 24 valve injector ? i have a 2002 dodge diesel as a insurance write off that i have been using for parts for my 2001 dodge diesel . the 2002 had a 4 inch exhaust , a hx40 / hx35 turbo ( hx35 exhaust side ) , a aftermarket airfilter ( i think it is a "afc" ) , some sort of "tuner box" ( it is missing , but the vp44 does have the top cover replaced with one with a "wiretap " ) ...... there was also a boost guage and a egt guage in the truck . ...... there is also a " PDR Diesel " emblem on the tailgate .... ( i emailed them with the trucks serial number , no response so far ) . the truck is a automatic , so the original turbo would have been a hy35 . given this info , what do you guys think are the chances that the owner put a set of bigger injectors in ?and is there an easy way to identify the injectors once i get one of them out ? ?

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Easiest way is to count the holes and that isnt always gonna tell you anything. Stock injectors will have 7 holes but most good aftermarket injectors are 7 holes too. 8 holes will most likely be cheap edge jammers or BD. 6 holes are usually custom and cost more than the others. If they are 7 holes then just sent them off to a place that builds injectors that can test them for you.

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