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Well first off I would like to thank Cajflynn for the wonderful donation of his used RV275 injectors, which happen to show up in todays mail. i'll get some pics up soon... In the mean time I'm going to gather up a few supplies for installing them. :woot:

Does anyone know where I can get copper shims and fresh O-rings for these???

Holy Cow!!! :eek: I looked up the numbers on the injector and...

0432193635 / 4183

Comes back as either a RV275 or a 300 HP injector...:confused:

Still much better than stock! :thumbsup:

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Well first off I would like to thank Cajflynn for the wonderful donation of his used RV275 injectors, which happen to show up in todays mail. i'll get some pics up soon... In the mean time I'm going to gather up a few supplies for installing them. :woot:

Does anyone know where I can get copper shims and fresh O-rings for these???

Holy Cow!!! :eek: I looked up the numbers on the injector and...

0432193635 / 4183

Comes back as either a RV275 or a 300 HP injector...:confused:

Still much better than stock! :thumbsup:

0 432193635 is a 40-50hp increase (RV Stock Injector) 275hp

It is the most economical(in price) increase injector I carry for that year model. But you managed to to find an even better price than I have. Not much can beat free, good job.:wow:

I'm waiting for a call from industrial injection on the part numbers and pricing for your washers and O-rings.

Kenny

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Hmmm... Not a bad idea being is was last done at ~95K miles... Hard to tell if its the nasty winterized fuel... Valve Lash... Or the Extreme cold... :confused: Man I'm going buggy looking at these Injection sitting on my desk right next to me... Oh I want to go out and slam in a set of sticks right now and go play... :ahh:

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Well... The local one in Grangeville, ID is well rather more for farm machinery... Not much for the Dodge Cummins... But there is a Cummins dealer in Boise, ID but its 3 hours away... So either way I would have to drive long distance or just order it anyways... I'm in the middle of Nowhere Idaho...:lmao: The closest town to me has a population of 300 people...:eek:

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:lmao2: Yeap... But its only 180 miles to my local AutoZone in Boise, ID... I might as well stop at Cummins...:confused: The closest thing to me is NAPA which is in Council, ID at 52 miles from me... :eek:

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:lmao2: Yeap... But its only 180 miles to my local AutoZone in Boise, ID... I might as well stop at Cummins...:confused: The closest thing to me is NAPA which is in Council, ID at 52 miles from me... :eek:

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i hope you get a chance to do those injectors this weekend. just make sure you take your camera!!let us know how it goes and if you notice a instant("bolt on") difference.

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soo?? did you get all your parts yet? I'm really interested in this I have some rv units ordered from Jkidd. :thumbsup: Yea finally got my 10th post :thanks::woot:

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Once you drive the RV275's you will want more,trust me as it happens to everyone,LOL.Then when you get a good set of injectors,ones that really plant you in the seat,you will be on the long slippery slope many of us are on now. Careful now as once you start the slide there is no stopping it....:eek::biggrin::thumbsup:.......Andy

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The bomb bug bit me long ago... :lmao: But i've got a mild goal that i want to reach which is 400 HP to the ground. Don't nee more than that being 400 HP is quite mean when driving on ICE. Or out on a muddy hill side pulling trees. After watching and studying the forum and people I found right at or around 400-450 HP is a good stopping point becasue you won't need turbo upgrade, or bunch of mods to keep thing from breaking... That why I had my eyes set on a set of RV275's so long is because is a mild upgrade in power but most claim a mild increase in MPG too... :cool:

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The Rv275's will not get you to 400hp,nor will the HX35 without major heat issues.I am in agreement that 400-450 is a good stout daily driver but you will need more injector and more charger to attain that goal safely........AndyP.S.-If you think that 400-450 on ice and snow is fun,try that feat with 600 and a 12v where you can only regulate it with the 4wd lever,LOL.

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The Rv275's will not get you to 400hp,nor will the HX35 without major heat issues. I am in agreement that 400-450 is a good stout daily driver but you will need more injector and more charger to attain that goal safely........Andy P.S.-If you think that 400-450 on ice and snow is fun,try that feat with 600 and a 12v where you can only regulate it with the 4wd lever,LOL.

Yep^^^^^^^^^ I had a BD super B turbo and 90 hp BD injectors with a comp and I was at 450ish with that setup, And even with that setup my egts were plenty high. Too much injector for the little ol Super B.

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Am i picking up on the suggestion that the RV275 units are about the top out for a stock hx turbo without a potential egt issue? I mean without having to constantly monitor temps if your towing etc? Am I correct to assume that in stock trim there is just not enough fuel to create egt problems. I would guess so since they did not come stock with egt gauge so dodge would be liable if towing was causing unknown dangerous egts an damaging pistons etc.

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Well... There in... But... :sofa: Got the truck running and it runs well but when I got back to the shop and it was idleing it missing randomly. So I started looking for fuel leaks and found that #1 injector line is leak fuel right down the manifold and dripping off the back. But all in all it a good boost of power but the leak is my concern now...:rolleyes2:

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