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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-24-2014, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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warren injectors

Hello everyone,

I have heard great things about warren injectors for a long time. Between the price and satisfied customers it seemed like a no brained for me now that it's time to get some new sticks. I went to a shop that sold warren and a few other brands and was pretty much told to pass on the warren injectors and that their quality has gone down in the last year or so, and cited a customer that was having trouble with their 155/30's.

It would be very depressing to get new injectors to only have issues with them (I understand issues happen). Anyways I was directed in the direction of the full force injectors....

Opinions on warrens injectors and/or full forces would be great.

Thanks
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Tons of guys are running Warren sticks on here and are happy with them.
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The only issue I've heard of is when people get injectors built from cores they have on hand. It's kind of a crap shoot with those because milage is really unknown when they go to build them. I've seen it first hand how much effort they put into core injectors trying to make them run well but that's is a very difficult task. I've ran their injectors for a few year now with no issues, I also got the upgraded spool valves and they are amazing. If you have the coin get the upgraded spool valves, well worth the money.

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Now when u say cores do u mean the factory remans or if I pulled mine out with a 100k miles and had them built?

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Now when u say cores do u mean the factory remans or if I pulled mine out with a 100k miles and had them built?
Cores are injectors they buy and have on stand by if a customer can't afford to have down time with there truck. They build the injector you order from those if you can't send yours in to be modified. They do have remans but they are pricey since there "new" from a manufacturer.

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10-4. So I gather remains are a much safer route.

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Ive heard more bad than good about warrens....

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PIS is another good injector builder, along with full force, and rosewood

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You can't go wrong with warrens and their solenoid upgrade


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Hello everyone,

I have heard great things about warren injectors for a long time. Between the price and satisfied customers it seemed like a no brained for me now that it's time to get some new sticks. I went to a shop that sold warren and a few other brands and was pretty much told to pass on the warren injectors and that their quality has gone down in the last year or so, and cited a customer that was having trouble with their 155/30's.

It would be very depressing to get new injectors to only have issues with them (I understand issues happen). Anyways I was directed in the direction of the full force injectors....

Opinions on warrens injectors and/or full forces would be great.

Thanks
Don
I've heard the same thing. The shops around here sell Warrens , Full Force and Swamps. They don't recommend them cause of previous bad experiences. But the others are double the price.
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