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Old 12-24-2023, 06:38 AM
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I currently do not have any injectors (nozzle holders) or “loaners”or any cores

My spare parts are pretty limited

I do have well over 3,000 maybe 4,000 shims

I prefer to not do any OM606 nozzle holders because of the risks associated in damaging the nozzle holder

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Old 12-24-2023, 08:59 AM
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I currently do not have any injectors (nozzle holders) or “loaners”or any cores

My spare parts are pretty limited

I do have well over 3,000 maybe 4,000 shims

I prefer to not do any OM606 nozzle holders because of the risks associated in damaging the nozzle holder
Can you do 603 injectors still though? I don’t have a 606, I guess fortunately…
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Old 12-24-2023, 05:48 PM
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Yes OM603s are fine since they are basically the same as OM617/6s
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Old 12-28-2023, 12:24 PM
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I am offering the following special for slightly north of two months which is shaving off around $50.

Here is the price breakdown with each price element:

Injector service, $20 per injector. Therefore, OM616 would be $80 (4 x $20)
plus four 10.00mm orifice heat shields, one meter of 3.2mm return line, and my mod'd OFV springs. I have sold a lot of these and always 2 thumbs up. Check out my thread. I still have around 15 of these. If you send me your rebuildable OFV, I will rebuild your OFV when you send me your injectors.

OM616:

$130 shipped with $300 worth of insurance. This is $20 x 4 = $80 plus $20 for shipping plus $30 for the OFV spring. I am tossing in the four heat shields and one meter of return line for free. This is for the OM616 engine


OM617:

$150 shipped with $300 worth of insurance. This is $20 x 5 = $100 plus $20 for shipping plus $30 for the OFV spring. I am tossing in the five heat shields and one meter of return line for free. This is for the OM617 engine.

If you need replacement nozzles, I have a set of 314s which have less than 250 miles on them. I am selling the set of 5 for $100, which is shaving off almost $100. This price will be included in the above service; therefore, total of $250 if you buy these nozzles.

I have right now six sets of minty 261s, 265s and 314s, all German made nozzles in addition to the above. $10 per nozzle.
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Old 12-28-2023, 05:27 PM
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Received mine last week but was out of town. Installed today. These things are amazing and so clean. No more random smoke at idle while warming up. Thank you tons G!




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Old 12-28-2023, 06:21 PM
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My pleasure. Glad the ol’ girl is running better
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Old 12-28-2023, 07:54 PM
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Here is another set which showed up yesterday early evening. These will have M S (Kent's) private label nozzles. I assume these are really Monarks.

When done, they will look like new and perform like new. This is the same service I have perfected over the last decade.

Injectors are balanced at +/- 25 PSI which is 100% better than FSM which is +/- 50 PSI.
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Old 12-29-2023, 01:53 PM
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it'll be interesting to hear how the monarks perform. I bought a set and seems like all of them were machined too tightly where the needle slides in. they wouldn't spray without hanging and peeing. I polished the surface of the needle with a 600, 1200, & 2000 grit sandpaper until they slid easily. only time will tell how this works out.
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Old 01-01-2024, 09:19 AM
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These are post #37's injectors ^^^^.

They look like new and perform like new. These were apparently rebuilt at some point as evidenced by the black rubber-like banding. One was 115BAR, so I swapped out the NA spring for a known turbo spring. Still do not know if there's really any difference. An old timer told me yes, but I know folks on the forum say no ....

I generally dread seeing the black band since most rebuilds by the "real shops" is pretty dreadful overall.

These now have Kent's ( M S ) nozzles. They are private label nozzles, but I would have to say they are Monark's. They are labeled made in Germany, and Monark bought out DES at least five years ago. Very good quality. Not sure which is cheaper ? Monark's or Kent's nozzles. Either way, a person pinged me and wanted to know what I thought. I would say Kents' nozzels are fine.
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Old 01-01-2024, 06:51 PM
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Happy New Year Mark !!
Glad your 2024 is up and running with your injector service.
Way to go !
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Old 01-01-2024, 07:26 PM
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Thanks Sir ^^^^
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Old 01-09-2024, 07:19 AM
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Here's another set to be shipped today.

Before and after pictures.

This person ended up with German Bosch #261s and the kit which I am selling:

five (5) new 10.00mm orifice heat shields
one (1) meter of return line
One OFV spring
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#261 nozzles installed.

The injectors are cleaned to a near surgical precision, inside and out; balanced to +/- 25 PSI.

Right now, I think I am down to four sets of used nozzles. The near, about new #314s are spoken for.

I have another set of Monarks, and a handful of German Bosch sets, e.g., #261s and #265s.

I have a few sets of six which I prefer to install in OM603 nozzles versus ending up with a stray nozzle.
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Old 01-09-2024, 07:20 AM
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a few more snappies
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Old 01-09-2024, 05:40 PM
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they sure do look beautiful. out of curiousity what pressure do you set them to?
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Old 01-09-2024, 05:42 PM
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2,000 PSI

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