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Old 03-12-14, 08:49 AM
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They were rebuild by rc engineering t
Ding Ding Ding! That is very likely the issue. Nothing against RC or any other Inector Cleaning service. The factory side feeds are usually nothing but a headache once they have been sent out for this service. Spend the money and buy new ones. Not cheap though.
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Old 03-12-14, 09:40 AM
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They were rebuild by rc engineering 3 months ago. It must be the coolant
How long did they sit after they were cleaned by RC Engineering? FWIW, I had a set cleaned by RC which sat a few months before installed and used. They had issues from the solution used for the cleaning and not being used in a timely manner. I had to have the injectors re-serviced, but the next time I installed them in a timely manner (and ran the car a bit).
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Old 03-12-14, 05:49 PM
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Only about a month at most.
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Or just put in used stock ones... But leaking injectors is easy to test with the stock rail setup anyway.

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Will do. Can I do a fuel pressure check?
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That won't help, fuel just leaks back to the tank.

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Or just put in used stock ones... But leaking injectors is easy to test with the stock rail setup anyway.

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Unless it is a full sequential/emissions setup then it is hell on earth.
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Unless it is a full sequential/emissions setup then it is hell on earth.
It's not terrible if you've done it a few times but I see your point.

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Originally Posted by Peruvianrx7 View Post
Only about a month at most.
Did you use RC Engineering's o-rings? I had issues with those:

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