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    Posted: 12 Nov 17 at 15:57
Nozzles are pretty cheap to buy (15-20 each), and you can easily build your own pop tester from a hydraulic bottle jack.   I just ordered a set of GTD nozzles for my van.   They are just starting to smoke a bit more than I like at lower RPM, so hopeful new nozzles with fix that plus give me more power.
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Hi sorry about that
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?Do you mean http://www.dieselbob.co.uk/ ?

Diesel Bod.co.uk yields no results.
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Thanks for that information.
But went with a company online, who after a few emails a price was agreed and could turn them round in 48 hours.So injectors were packaged up and sent to them,and having a weekend.Got email on Tuesday saying that they were done,so phoned to pay on Wednesday and got them back on Thursday.
All done and the company was Diesel Bod.co.uk and the price £36 each plus vat plus new heat shields for fitting.
All back in waiting to fire up tomorrow.
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You could use the injector body from any 1.6L turbo diesel I believe they are the same.  Personally with injectors I'd rebuilt them all as a matched set.   You can buy the nozzles from the GTD for a slight performance increase and have a local injection shop adjust the pressures.  Or even do it yourself if you build a rig.
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Hi.my van was running rather sick and hard to start.So after a quick look found my injector was leaking.After removing the bloody thing and then taking in apart found that one of the pieces inside was broken.
So looking for replacements found them on just campers for £57+£20 exchange.so anyone know anywhere else,or any other help would be really helpful.many thanks
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