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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-28-2009, 04:34 AM Thread Starter
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6.0 injectors in a 7.3

Has any one though of putting them in a 7.3?

You call yourself a mechanic, you can't even fix a mechanical pencil.


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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

yep and have fun paying for that!
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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

I was just wondering if any one has tried it yet?

You call yourself a mechanic, you can't even fix a mechanical pencil.


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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

Not knowing much about 6o injectors, but you wouln't want smaller
Huei injectors..now 6.4 common rail opened up a bit maybe.
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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

waste .... of .... time....

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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

That would be like putting junk in an otherwise good motor


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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

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That would be like putting junk in an otherwise good motor
nuff said
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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

If you wanted to try different injectors, try duramax injectors, or maybe the 6.4 injectors, but plan on a lot of time and money.

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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

"Has any one though of putting them in a 7.3?"
Thought about? Yes.
Done it? No...

Aside from issues/opinions about downgrading to 6.0 injectors, the 6.0 injectors don't operate like the 7.3, so the computer would need to be changed. Not to mention a lot of other work to even make them fit, oil & fuel supply, etc, so in the end, it simply isn't worth it...
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Re: 6.0 injectors in a 7.3

I think the 7.3 injectors work just fine in there
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