I had to swap my CPP nozzles from my old injector bodies, to the new ones. While this was happening, one of the CPP pins fell out of the nozzle and hit the floor. We are thinking it may have been damaged.
Does anyone know if he modifies the pins in his 120hp nozzles at all? Or are they just stock pins? I have brand new stock nozzles at home that I could swap the pins with. I need to get my truck going, as its my daily driver. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the response. Got a call back from Jamie. Said to use a caliper and check the nozzles, and all the pins that I got at home, and find the one that's the closest. Gonna try that and see what happens.
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