I would unplug #4 inj.Might save from filling up your cc again.I dont know Crap though so WTF.
Rebuild wouldn't cost too much rods rebuild kit and a your on your way 3k easy LMMFAO
Talked to Tadd, he said to run the injector plugged in, at 150-200rpms there is little compression but at 2000... It will burn ok... I'll drive it home then let Bennet work on it I think, I just dont have the time... Frickin sucks...
Joe, why are you letting Bennet from P.A. do the work? Isn't he a dodge guy now or did his business partner just switch? I don't know Bennet personally, but hear he's a good guy. But his business partner over here is shady! He blew up a customer's brand new rear end moving the truck to and from his shop when the customers only wanted an oil change. The shop that built the rear end said the damage to the gears could only be caused by the tires catching traction while the wheels were spinning. Partner still denies doing damage. Anyway...if I hadn't returned my engine stand I'd be more than willing to help you rebuild your engine instead of spending all that time on labor, but I'm sure you probably need your truck back asap and I don't have that kind of time to devote to an engine build 24/7. But I wouldn't charge ya...i'm sure knowing that I fathered your children was enough for you. lol Hope everything works out for you Joe.
01 SC PSD Dually (build date 08-00 w/ PMRs), 8" Edge, dual F&R Doetsch aluminum shocks w/ resevoirs, 37" SSR on all 6 tires, 2" (hub & wheel centric) wheel adapters by Fearless Fred Goeske, Fabtech racing track bars.
Fully built motor w/ B-codes, GT42R, and Terminator w/ Remote IPR HPOS.