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Old 04-06-2016, 11:33 PM
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Sorry, no 703's, can't find them anywhere.
di you have any other ones
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Yes, I have 784's and 746's. The 784 fit 99-06 Jeep 4.0. The 746 fit Renix era 4.0, late 80's.

In a few days I will have the adapter that will allow you to use 784 in place of 703's. They are the exact same injector just a different connector. If you want to wait we can do that, let me know.
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I have a few sets of 784's.

One set of 746's, for Renix era 4.0.

I also have sets of adapters that allow you to use 784's in place of 703's. The 784 & 703 injectors are identical injectors except for the fact the the 703 has an EV1(older) connector and the 784 has a EV6(newer) connector. The 703's are getting harder and harder to find in the yards so the adapter takes care of that problem.

784's with adapter are $80 shipped.

784 with out adapter are $75 shipped.

746 are $70 shipped.

All of my injector get thoroughly cleaned by hand then ultrasonically cleaned, tested and all new parts, o-rings, filters and pintle caps.





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I have a few sets of 784's. One set of 746's, for Renix era 4.0. I also have sets of adapters that allow you to use 784's in place of 703's. The 784 & 703 injectors are identical injectors except for the fact the the 703 has an EV1(older) connector and the 784 has a EV6(newer) connector. The 703's are getting harder and harder to find in the yards so the adapter takes care of that problem. 784's with adapter are $80 shipped. 784 with out adapter are $75 shipped. 746 are $70 shipped. All of my injector get thoroughly cleaned by hand then ultrasonically cleaned, tested and all new parts, o-rings, filters and pintle caps.
If you're thinking about pulling the trigger and buying these from this guy, just do it. Great product from a straight dealer.
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Thanks gig!

I try to treat people like I would want to be treated, ya know?
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Thanks gig! I try to treat people like I would want to be treated, ya know?
You're welcome. I appreciate the workmanship you put into mine and at a great price. Keep up the good work.
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What ones would you recomend for a 93 zj
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What ones would you recomend for a 93 zj
What engine?
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Originally Posted by jhc7399 View Post
What engine?
Its the inline 6 4.0, my bad it was late lol
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Its the inline 6 4.0, my bad it was late lol
No problem man. You can do the 703's which I do not have or you can do the 784's with the converter plug I do have.

If you want to look around for the 703's first that is cool, I understand.

The 784 and 703 are the same injector just a different plug. From 98-99 they changed from EV1 plug to EV6 plug/connector.
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Still have some of these injectors available for a 2000 jeep cherokee?

Thanks again for sending me your link via FB
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Just put these, along with one of JHC's 62mm throttle bodies on my 2000 XJ, and wow, just wow. Only took two hours start to finish, that's to install the TB and injectors, swapping over the sensors, etc. etc. Very easy, didn't break a single thing. Not to mention JHC gave me a new 62mm TB gasket so I didn't have to cut one myself.

Started the jeep after priming the fuel injectors, fired up 100% without any stutter. Throttle response went through the roof, and it sounds way cooler too.

Spun tires pulling out of my drive lol. If you're contemplating doing thi(se) upgrades, just do it. You won't regret it. Very satisfied.

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Finally installed the 746s in my '89.

Easy swap using this writeup:

https://www.cherokeeforum.com/f51/in...ap-4-0l-92149/

Seems to run considerably smoother. Just a few miles on em so we'll see how it effects MPGs

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Do you have any that will fit in a 2005 dodge dakota v6 3.7?
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