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Bought some nozzles

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I just picked up a set of used jammers injector nozzles for my 98.5. I assume it's just the nozzles but I haven't received them yet.

Will I need any rings or washers to install them? What about special tools?

Can someone tell me how to install them or point me to a write up on doing it on a 24v second gen?


Btw, I posted this a few hours ago but now the post is nowhere to be found. Did it get deleted for whatever reason? I might not have hit the Submit button but I'm almost certain I did.
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Actually got two sets of the nozzles and a set of new 150 full injectors.

The 150's are already listed and the other set of stage 3's will be in the classifieds in a few short moments. ...If anyone would be interested.
 

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Can I get some help here?
 

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Gotta have a little patience! :) First, I would spray some brake cleaner through the nozzles from the pressure end to make sure all the ports are open. It is alarmingly common for folks to foul their tips/injectors from not keeping clean during installation. YOU MUST KEEP EVERYTHING CLEAN! I mean REALLY clean. It doesn't take much to plug up a port, and you will be on the other side of the filter.

You are supposed to replace the injector washer under the injector every time you pull an injector, but so far I am the only one I know who did it, and most don't have a problem. There are also a couple o-rings, but kinda the same story.

You don't need any fancy tools like the book says. Just take the hard lines off one at a time (if you pull the 3 together it will be no fun, trust me you'll understand once you are doing it) The cross pipe to the injector can be wiggled out with needle nose pliers. The outer threads don't do anything except give a surface for the fancy tool. The injector accepts a bolt in the end to pry/wiggle it out. I pried between the rocker arm and the bottom of the bolt head. It took very little force on mine. The tip unscrews. I used a vice to hold the tip, and the shank of a square shank screwdriver to unscrew the injector. (one to hold the lightbulb...:))

It's been a while since I did this, but this is the basics of it. I might have a couple details off, but it's really pretty easy. But keep everything clean!
 
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