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Old 03-27-2014, 05:18 AM   #29
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So decided to get stuck in and do a swap of my injectors for some ID850's. I didn't find this guide until after the fact unfortunately. Now I'm nervous that I didn't do it correctly.

These are the injectors and as you can see they are very different from the OEM ones. Everything indicates that they are correct though. I wonder what impact there will be with the injector now that it isn't as long.

The worry I have is that I installed the injectors as they are shown, there are like two seals on the bottom. I removed the oem injectors also as they are shown.

Was I supposed to remove a gasket or something from the head that should have been on the old injector?

When I fitted the fuel rail it sat up approx 3mm I guess. I just bolted it down and it fit snuggly. I figured that this was just to ensure a tight seal. Now I'm not so sure.

Can anyone advise?

Btw. The car starts/idles and runs fine.

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Old 03-27-2014, 07:21 AM   #30
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Was I supposed to remove a gasket or something from the head that should have been on the old injector?

When I fitted the fuel rail it sat up approx 3mm I guess. I just bolted it down and it fit snuggly. I figured that this was just to ensure a tight seal. Now I'm not so sure.

Can anyone advise?
Did you remove the original o-rings from the Intake Manifold?



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Old 03-27-2014, 08:35 AM   #31
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u will need spacers and longer bolts too... ID injectors are taller than OEM
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:12 AM   #32
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3:15-15:20 Removal of Intake Manifold and Port Injectors...

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Old 03-27-2014, 06:15 PM   #33
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Did you remove the original o-rings from the Intake Manifold?
Nope. Looks like I'm pulling the injectors out again this afternoon. :-)

At least everything is easier the second time around.

Also, thanks for the link to Dezoris's guide. Would have made some of the process easier.
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Is there an official DIY for this, I don't plan on doing this yet but knowing where I can reference back to would help
I know I can read off what @ecko04 said, but I'm a lot more of a visual person.

I been Googling and searching around the forums and I haven't seen a video or a DIY thread about this. Did I miss anything?
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Is there an official DIY for this, I don't plan on doing this yet but knowing where I can reference back to would help
I know I can read off what @ecko04 said, but I'm a lot more of a visual person.

I been Googling and searching around the forums and I haven't seen a video or a DIY thread about this. Did I miss anything?
Here you go, copied right out of the factory service manual with step by step instructions and pictures.
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Are there any consumables that I should purchase before installing DW injectors?
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Can someone that has swapped taller injectors like IDs please help me understand what exactly I am going to be spacing? A spacer will seat between the intake manifold and the rubber gasket on the injector tip? Or am I supposed to use a spacer and longer bolt to space the fuel rail to sit higher?
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