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Posted By skeeter Saturday, May 24, 2008 6:03 PM
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 Posted Saturday, May 24, 2008 6:03 PM
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I'm getting ready to inframe the 8-92 in the kw... wonder who makes a real good quality O/H kits without having to go to the factory dealer... my local tech says his parts house can 'em but I'm not sure about quality of them(cheap import or name brand) factory branch talking serious $$$... local truck dealer too.. thanks

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Skeeter,

Theres also Interstate-McBee,  http://www.interstate-mcbee.com/   they have been making Detroit parts for a long time.Korody Coyler used to be a big aftermarket supplier for Detroits, but when I ran a search I couldnt find them.John

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Korody Coyler   has gone to some other co or name and cant remember when or who but i have use alot of their parts not only cyl kits but hard iron parts.

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I'm gonna recommend Interstate McBee also, because my ex work associate from 25 years ago at the Cleveland area Detroit Diesel Distributer, Bill Winters, is the warranty administrator there......He's a square shooter ! . I have no personal knowledge of the quality of their parts, and how they compare with OEM as far as fit,finish, and durability, but Bill is the kind of guy I'd want to be in a trench or foxhole with.........[WW 2 terminology] . Toll free 800-321-4234 [US and Canada]
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I've not had the best of luck with their N80 series fuel injectors. I've replaced mine at 2000hr intervals and the one set I had of this brand had four bad within 600 operating hours.

This was in the early 90's on my V-12.

I'm sure the problem, (if one) has been resolved by this time.

Rob

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Korody-Colyer (note spelling) was bought by Haynes Co./ Hatch & Kirk back in 1995, but good luck trying to bring up the website, www.haynesco.com
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I've not had the best of luck with their N80 series fuel injectors. I've replaced mine at 2000hr intervals and the one set I had of this brand had four bad within 600 operating hours.

This was in the early 90's on my V-12.

I'm sure the problem, (if one) has been resolved by this time.

Rob

    I have worked on the 2 stroke for serval years and found that if the injector crack a tip you should look for water and i know it is hard to get waranty on them and the 60 series and cat will not waranty their injector over so many miles and i think it is 1 year or 100000 mile because they claim bad fuel or improper filtering.


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I've not had the best of luck with their N80 series fuel injectors. I've replaced mine at 2000hr intervals and the one set I had of this brand had four bad within 600 operating hours.

This was in the early 90's on my V-12.

I'm sure the problem, (if one) has been resolved by this time.

Rob

    I have worked on the 2 stroke for serval years and found that if the injector crack a tip you should look for water and i know it is hard to get waranty on them and the 60 series and cat will not waranty their injector over so many miles and i think it is 1 year or 100000 mile because they claim bad fuel or improper filtering.

Hi Glenn, the failure(s) that I experienced were common with the 71 series engines on generator duty during that timeframe. This was most types. At the time, I only had a single inline 71 series engine and it was trouble free. Our logistics center in OKC used this vendor only for a short while. Korody-Colyer was the primary supplier if not DDA.  At the time it was proceedure to R&I the injectors in 2000 hour intervals. I still "stick" tanks every quarter for a water test, and myself have never had water contamination that was a reason for concern.

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A good place to get your two cycle Detroit Diesel parts is through HD Kits. They are distributors of parts from all the major US manufacturer's including Interstate McBee, Mahle-Clevite, FP Diesel (Federal Mogul) & more.

Skeeter: check this kit out:
 
http://dieselrebuildkits.com/k2/diesel-rebuild-store/detroit-diesel/detroit-diesel-series-92/detroit-diesel-8v92-rebuild-kit

everyone else check them out at www.dieselrebuildkits.com or www.heavydutykits.com  they will be sure to help you out with all of your diesel engine rebuilding needs. They stock these parts nationwide so you can get them fast. You can also reach them @ 1-888-642-6460.

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