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spartan Diesel vs. Dpp for injectors

i will be buying reman injectors (160cc or 180cc) for my truck. Darrell from DPP is selling stage 1s for quite a bit less than josh from SPDiesel. DPP=90day warranty vs. SPDiesel=2 year warranty(awsome warranty for remans). I spoke w/ josh for about 1/2 hr. and he is a very smart person, answered all my questions and i am very impressed w/ his knowledge. He explained how he rebuilds his injectors.what kind of experiences have you guys had w/ these 2 companies. SPDiesel is my first choice. I don't want any vendor bashing!!! Sorry, would give prices, but i don't think it is my place to. Not here to make anyone mad. I just want to know about customer service.

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sorry for the long thread

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Go with josh he knows what hes talkin abought and his warrenty is the best if it were up to me go with spartan you will not be disponted
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i am pretty sure josh would stand behind his work 100%. go with big injectors!!!! i did stage 1s and wanted more after a few weeks.
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I have not heard a bad thing about either one. 2year warranty sounds nice though.
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I'm sure both companies will stand behind their products, and you'll probably be fine with either product.

Please keep this civil guys...we've all seen "vs" threads go south before.
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I don't have any experience dealing with either vendor but I would say that if you are going to have a problem with the injectors it SHOULD show up within the first 90 days. There are probably exceptions to this but 95% of failures will fall into this statement.

Although if you are planning to keep the truck for a while the peace of mind would be nice with the 2 yr. warranty.

EDIT: Didn't you list you truck for sale a while back? Or am I dreaming this?

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i did list it for-sale, but the wife sold her car instead. so i get to keep my baby!

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mod's i heard everthing i need to hear. you can close this if you think it will be a prob

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I got a set of New Stage 1's from DPP and i'd say the customer service was excellent. Great guys to deal with!!!

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