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I am about to pull my injecters, any advice would be appreciated.

I am about to pull the injectors on my 95 Powerstroke. I will be replacing them with BDP stage one injectors along with the BDP upgraded fuel system. I have never perfomred this procedure before. I would love to hear anything any one has to say about it. I am open to advice or a flat out how to. Thanks in advance. :bow:
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I'm not all that familar with the process either, but I have seen it done. Not all that difficult, but you will need a pump to pull the oil out of the cyclinders before installing the new ones. I think Sears sells one that will do the job.

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Beans has a how to on their site, also swamps and a few other people. Run a search on this forum. Its honestly easy.... Dont forget to pull all the alum foil crap off yout ac box before taking the pass side v-cover off. There is a vaccum box under there that will keep ya from getting the no 7 stick out. You have to take it off (2 screws). Do this before anything. Otherwise you will fill the head full of fiberglass insulation and all the dirt that is stuck around that thing.

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Well, there are two pieces of advice I was totally unaware of. Thank, I will go with what both of you said.

How will I know if my cylinders have to be pumped out? is there a way to drain them before hand?
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You can drain the oil rails by removing the Plugs under the valve covers But you take a chance of damaging them. You can also take the two big Plugs out of the back of the engine But there again you take a chance of damage. What I do is take #7 and #8 out, Let them drain a while and then pull the rest. Take out all the Glow plugs, Now suck as much as you can from #7 and #8, and clean all the cups. Now oil the orings and make sure the copper washer is on and install all the injectors. Now lay the valve covers over the heads and turn the engine over BY HAND several revolutions and when you are sure there is no Hydrolock going to happen put everything back to togather. Dont turn it over with the injectors out, That will just pump more oil in. Just take your time and read the instructions on BDP or Swamps pages.

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Thanks. That is some good advice. I have not received the parts yet. so I have a little time to do this. I will see if I can find the directions on the BDP site.
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