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GB Remanufacturing Adds Gasoline, Diesel Fuel Injectors


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GB Remanufacturing announced its 2023 spring new-product release.

The release includes gasoline and diesel part numbers and further expands the company’s premium remanufactured fuel-injection program.

“We are very excited to announce our 2023 spring new-product release,” said Joe Evert, director of engineering & operations at GB Remanufacturing commented. “The release includes 25 part numbers that have been meticulously researched, developed and tested to the highest quality standards by our dedicated team at GB Reman.

“With these part-number additions, we look forward to continuing to provide our customers with industry-leading quality, coverage and value.”

GB Remanufacturing’s gasoline release includes both gasoline direct injectors (GDI) and multi-port fuel injectors (MPFI) and adds 24 part numbers to its comprehensive remanufactured gasoline fuel-injection program.

All GDI injectors include pre-installed combustion and fuel inlet seals and the necessary hardware to ensure a complete and trouble-free installation, according to the company.  

GB Reman’s complete line of fuel injectors are remanufactured in the United States, tested to OEM specifications and backed by GB Reman’s 24-month unlimited mileage warranty.

GB Reman also offers a comprehensive line of fuel-injection seal kits that include seals and components previously only offered at the dealer. GB Reman seal kits include all the necessary components to reseal the injector and include hard-to-find spacers, O-rings and combustion seals for GDI injectors.

Diesel Fuel Injectors

Within its diesel fuel-injection program, GB Reman has expanded its coverage for the RAM 6.7-liter Cummins cab and chassis with the release of a new premium remanufactured diesel-fuel injector.

The premium fuel injector for the 2013-2018 RAM 6.7-liter cab and chassis features 100% nozzle and solenoid replacement. All control valves are independently tested and replaced as required.

GB Reman’s premium diesel fuel injectors are always remanufactured using OE-quality components. Each unit is 100% flow-tested at multiple operating conditions at full-rated pressure to ensure it meets or exceeds OE specifications, according to the company.

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