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Old 08-02-2012, 10:09 PM
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I contacted dieselsend.de to purchase their Henzo branded nozzles which, according to him, are made in Italy. His company has a good reputation from what I read online, so I decided to take a chance. He says the DNOSD261 and DNOSD265 nozzles are very similar in geometry. The 261 appears to be used on lower power cars and the 265 appears to be intended for newer, higher power cars. The US vendor of monarks (not to be named here) talks about how great the 261 nozzle shape is, so that is the shape I chose for my 220D. I decided to purchase 5 so that either I have an extra or I could pass them onto a 300D owner at my cost. He sold me 5 for 49 euro including shipping, which via paypal, ended up being $61 total. Anyway, for those of you willing to take a chance, this seems like a relatively affordable source of european nozzles. I think 4 monarks would have run me $100, and bosios more still. When I get them, I plan to ask greazzer to install them.
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Old 08-03-2012, 01:19 AM
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I contacted dieselsend.de to purchase their Henzo branded nozzles which, according to him, are made in Italy. His company has a good reputation from what I read online, so I decided to take a chance. He says the DNOSD261 and DNOSD265 nozzles are very similar in geometry. The 261 appears to be used on lower power cars and the 265 appears to be intended for newer, higher power cars. The US vendor of monarks (not to be named here) talks about how great the 261 nozzle shape is, so that is the shape I chose for my 220D. I decided to purchase 5 so that either I have an extra or I could pass them onto a 300D owner at my cost. He sold me 5 for 49 euro including shipping, which via paypal, ended up being $61 total. Anyway, for those of you willing to take a chance, this seems like a relatively affordable source of european nozzles. I think 4 monarks would have run me $100, and bosios more still. When I get them, I plan to ask greazzer to install them.
Several Days ago after recieveing an answer from Diesel Send I sent the below Email:
To: HENZO
Subject: Re: Injector Nozzles
Date: Jul 30, 2012 6:12 AM

"Thank you for your fast reply.

I am a Member of 3 Mercedes Car Forums and live in the United States.

Almost no one on the Forums is happy with the poor quality of the made in India Bosch Injector Nozzles for the Mercedes 616 and 617 Engines.
The Forum Members like Myself have been using Monark Nozzles and Bosio Nozzles.

The Monarks Nozzles ($24US) have good quality but something happend to disrupte their production and there is presently only one source in the USA selling them and they are almost always sold out.

There is also only one source selling the Bosio Nozzles. Bosio Nozzles ($47US) cost more than the Monark Nozzles.

We have no other sources or choices here in the USA and the Forum Members are looking for other sources of good quality Injector Nozzles.

One of our Memebers here in the US is using your Nozzles and another in the UK. So there is still not much information availble on your Henzo Nozzles.

Here is where the Dieselsend and Henzo came up:Injector Nozzles
http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/diesel-discussion/321478-injector-nozzles.html
This is the Diesel Part of the Forum:
http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/diesel-discussion/

I go by Diesel911 on that Forum and I post your Email there.

No need to reply; Best Wishes"

Not from the Email: Lets hope we end up with a new source of Nozzles out of this!
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Old 08-03-2012, 01:34 AM
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I contacted dieselsend.de to purchase their Henzo branded nozzles which, according to him, are made in Italy. His company has a good reputation from what I read online, so I decided to take a chance. He says the DNOSD261 and DNOSD265 nozzles are very similar in geometry. The 261 appears to be used on lower power cars and the 265 appears to be intended for newer, higher power cars. The US vendor of monarks (not to be named here) talks about how great the 261 nozzle shape is, so that is the shape I chose for my 220D. I decided to purchase 5 so that either I have an extra or I could pass them onto a 300D owner at my cost. He sold me 5 for 49 euro including shipping, which via paypal, ended up being $61 total. Anyway, for those of you willing to take a chance, this seems like a relatively affordable source of european nozzles. I think 4 monarks would have run me $100, and bosios more still. When I get them, I plan to ask greazzer to install them.
I just talked to greazzer today and I'm going to send my injectors to him, how can I cantact the Guy you bought your nozzles from?
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Sorry I just looked at the reply after yours and got the email address
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