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Well gang I figure I do a simple little show and tell of the 24V injectors for ya...

Here is a stock 24V injector (235 HP)


Now lets break it down into pieces... (Body, spring shim. spring, pintle seat, mid-body, pintle, nozzle, collar nut, and the copper shim)


Ok some people don't understand how small the nozzle holes are... Here is a 10x Mag of the nozzle tip.


With and Without pintle in the nozzle take notice to the upper hole that is the fuel hole.



Here is the pintle needle...


So there you go a 24V injector opened up so other can understand what is there... :ok:

Edited by Mopar1973Man

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I never thought of CR injectors as much harder or more complicated but they sure do cost more!! Ouch!!

Excellent pics!! Thanks!

If you look at the tip with the naked eye it is almost hard to see those little holes!!! It is amazing just how small they really are!!!

I really think we should make a video of the different 5.9L Cummins models firing an injector to the atmosphere while idling!!! I think it would be awesome!

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