[T3] New pump different hic-ups

Tim Keohane rheorojo at frontier.com
Wed May 13 21:52:14 PDT 2015

I'm waiting for Jim to give me the shipping rate and will ship him the money. All the research I've come up with indicates re-built may be cheaper in the short haul, but I want long term reliability.
I did check the "shelf" injectors. 3 were bosch the 4th was a "python". The python did not leak but the bosch ones leaked out the top. For an experiment I'm soaking them in diesel and will check them in September.
My fuel pressure was steady at 29.5-30.5 psi at varying rpm's. I have all the "O" rings and spacers so whenever I get the new one I'm ready to grab the wrenches.
73 FI auto
On May 13, 2015, at 12:40 PM, Brion Sabbatino wrote:

> I have found if an injector is stuck or has a little corrosion they can sometimes be cleaned in a higher powered ultrasonic cleaner. Of course most us do not have a powerful enough unit, nor can we check flow rates and spray patterns accurately.
> In a nutshell,  Jim's offer is the way to go.
> Brion S.S. Utah by Zion National Park.
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