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Old 03-26-2015, 10:40 AM
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#315 GERMAN Higher Flow Nozzles, 2 sets left

Hello,

I had three (3) sets of #315s, German Made-German Quality, nozzles for OM617 applications.

I pre-sold one set.

I have two more sets for sale.

Please PM me, since it's first pay first in line.

No long delays waiting for these to get to me as they are in-hand currently.
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Old 03-26-2015, 10:48 AM
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A little sloppy today. Includes Service (install), pop testing, balancing, et cet.
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Old 03-30-2015, 12:56 PM
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OK, down to one (1) set left.
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Old 04-08-2015, 01:03 PM
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Hi Greazzer,

How much per set?

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Old 04-08-2015, 03:13 PM
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I will need your rebuidable cores, full service, pop testing, balancing, shipped CONUS with 5x HS 10mm oriface and 1 meter of return line is $299 shipped, and I will toss in one performance spring for the OFV. The latter assumes you have a rebuildable OFV, which virtually all OM617's have.

Service only pricing has remained the same for 2014 & 2015 at $99.00 shipped CONUS if you supply you own nozzles and no HS or RL. Finding German made #315s may be tough, but if you can find them cheaper, then go with the service only.

I tried these since you don't need a minimum order at the time I ordered them a few years ago. At $3.60 per nozzle what could go wrong. LOL ... plenty. They started to pee around the 100th pop during my R&D. A waste of $37 bucks. Now, it says minimum order is 30 nozzles. Nozzle DN0SD315 [0 434 250 177,0434250177] - US$3.60 : StarsDiesel
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Old 04-09-2015, 12:58 PM
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I will need your rebuidable cores, full service, pop testing, balancing, shipped CONUS with 5x HS 10mm oriface and 1 meter of return line is $299 shipped, and I will toss in one performance spring for the OFV. The latter assumes you have a rebuildable OFV, which virtually all OM617's have.

Service only pricing has remained the same for 2014 & 2015 at $99.00 shipped CONUS if you supply you own nozzles and no HS or RL. Finding German made #315s may be tough, but if you can find them cheaper, then go with the service only.

I tried these since you don't need a minimum order at the time I ordered them a few years ago. At $3.60 per nozzle what could go wrong. LOL ... plenty. They started to pee around the 100th pop during my R&D. A waste of $37 bucks. Now, it says minimum order is 30 nozzles. Nozzle DN0SD315 [0 434 250 177,0434250177] - US$3.60 : StarsDiesel
I have not had a chance to run the nozzels from my source yet, but now that it is warm, I will soon. I want to swap out the PCs at the same time as I do not have much free time to play with this stuff these days.

I still have 3 nozzles if you wanted to play with one to compare with the StarDiesel one.
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Old 04-09-2015, 07:46 PM
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Hi Dave, if you want, ship away. I found some odd ball nozzles I plan on tinkering with shortly. I am even working on my AAZs. I figured out how to set them.
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Got any nozzles for 606 turbo on a 1999 e300d? If I end up keeping the car I'm going to grease it out soon. I like to start with fresh nozzles. Car runs perfect as is. It'd be interesting to see how the nozzles are.

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Old 04-11-2015, 08:23 AM
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Although I should know this by now, I think you take #310s. None on hand, except some nice used Germans.
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Old 07-01-2015, 11:37 AM
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All sets gone now... Thanks Everyone. New Order being placed.
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