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    Glad to hear she is running well now.

    Hopefully the injectors will now outlast you.
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    Henris,

    if I may ask, what is the cost of installing such a filtration system?
    I am seriously considering one.

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    The UDF is about R5 000. Getting mine this weekend.


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    Hi guys the truth is that the toyota filter is to small to have a holding capacity of the dirt and it only filters down to a meesly 8 micron at its best. I manufacture a filter that filters down to 1/2 a microm Ultrafine Depth filtration ,udf filters. I have a toyota my self with no problem at all. The udf filter has to be changed every 9000km to 12000km because the toyota filter does not catch the particles in the size range from 7 micron down wards. We have toyota land cruisers running around with the same injectas and pumps after a million clicks. Hard to beleive but true . Have a look for your self www.udfiltration.com

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    Welcome Dean.

    Yes we have debated on this one for quite some time and yes, I believe that you have the right product.
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    Am I reading this right? the UDF filter costs R5000 and must be changed every 9000 - 12000 kms?

    Eish, add that to servicing costs and its getting a bit steep. Would n't it be cheaper and less hassle to get a 4 l V6?
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    The filter cartridge is about R400.
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    Aaah, OK that's a bit better
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    Perhaps one of you could test an "Algae-x"
    http://www.algae-x.co.za/Products/LG_X_Series.html
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    Smile Very helpful

    Hi Guys

    Just spoke to Dean from UDF about also installing the Filters into my Hilux.

    He is extremely helpful and explains all with regards to current Filter vs the Current filter + UDF Filter.

    I will certainly use the service. I just bought myself a 2nd hand 3.0 D-4D Hilux and will most certainly install the UDF setup that this topic describes.

    Thanks alot Dean and thanks to all the other information of fellow forumites. This is probably the best place to start off when buying a bakkie!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krouxsa View Post
    Hi Guys

    Just spoke to Dean from UDF about also installing the Filters into my Hilux.

    He is extremely helpful and explains all with regards to current Filter vs the Current filter + UDF Filter.

    I will certainly use the service. I just bought myself a 2nd hand 3.0 D-4D Hilux and will most certainly install the UDF setup that this topic describes.

    Thanks alot Dean and thanks to all the other information of fellow forumites. This is probably the best place to start off when buying a bakkie!!!

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    Yip! Dean is bringing mine today.

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    Hi Uys,

    Ek oorweeg ook 'n ekstra filter. As ek reg onthou het jy ook 'n tweede battery. Waar gaan jou ekstra filter inpas?

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    Tobie.

    Dean is nou oppad om dit af te lewer. EK si nog nie seker nie, sal sien as ek dit het, maar tien teen een voor tussen die hoof battery en die radiator.

    Kyk ook hierna:

    http://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/...ad.php?t=50993


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    Just got an e-mail from Stewart. His car is running very nicely, but now his dad's car has the same problem. So he will be bringing it down towards the end of the month.

    I did his dad's car as well. Also took another kit with him up north. So hopefully they will not have D4D injector problems any more.
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    Got a phone call from Uys yesterday afternoon.

    He has no "scientific proof" but the "seat of his pants" says that the car is running better.

    I don't argue with my "seat of my pants"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henris View Post
    Got a phone call from Uys yesterday afternoon.

    He has no "scientific proof" but the "seat of his pants" says that the car is running better.

    I don't argue with my "seat of my pants"
    "the seat of my pants" says my car is pulling like a train and revving like a Ferrari!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Henris View Post
    Got a phone call from Uys yesterday afternoon.

    He has no "scientific proof" but the "seat of his pants" says that the car is running better.

    I don't argue with my "seat of my pants"
    Hi Henris

    I also fitted UDF's on my Hilux. Does this mean that the evidence provided by Dean and the guys at UDF are fabricated? What they showed me was pretty convincing but of course it could have been made up but I strongly doubt it reading comments, testimonials by other people as well as driving my Vehicle.

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    krouxsa....Henris put on a the udf filter for me about 2/3 months ago. First a Water trap with a 20 micron filter....2nd the OEM filter....3rd the udf filter....after 7/8k the udf was black with dirt and needed to be replaced. No problem of course, just proves the fact that despite 2 "standard" pre filters dirt still got through to the UDF and was stopped. Also bear in mind I am in Zim and we have pretty dirty fuel. Hilux is running very well..

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    Thanks Paul

    I'm not doubting the fact that it stops all the dirt. It has done wonders on my car, can feel it. Yet to change my filters. Done about 5000kms. Maybe the two tests by UDF and UYS was done differently perhaps?

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    My injektors het ook gegroet, op 100 000Km 6 maande buite waarborg, TSA het uiteindelik geoffer om helfte te betaal. Die handelaar het besluit om die parte teen waarborg prys uit te book en nie vol retail prys nie. Ek betaal nou R 6 900 van die R 16 000 wat gekwiteer is deur ‘n ander handelaar. Dit is vir al 4 injektors en pype.

    Waar kan ek die filters laat installeer soos deur Botswana voorgestel

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