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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-03-2019, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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910s Fuel Quick Disconnects

I have a 2006 910s. I was going to replace the plugs myself but after reading about cracking fuel disconnects I think I will just pay to have them replaced with metal ones and also to have the plugs replaced. Can you guys tell me if these are old original connectors? There is one white and one black. I think I can see CRC on the connectors. LMK.
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You have the stock plastic fittings. It is not that difficult to change to the metal fittings as long as you get the proper ones. There are numerous threads related to the metal fittings
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And silentservice has the connectors you need....at the right price. He doesn't look to profit off forum members.

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If I can save myself the 500 bucks then I will. Is silent service a member here? Last thread I read said my year had some weird hard hose inside a soft hose that made it really difficult to install the connectors. My dealer is charging me 22 bucks for each connector and says I need 4. 2 male and 2 female. Plus 2.5 hours for the plugs at 125 an hour. If there is a connection for the connectors Please let me know.
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If I can save myself the 500 bucks then I will. Is silent service a member here? Last thread I read said my year had some weird hard hose inside a soft hose that made it really difficult to install the connectors. My dealer is charging me 22 bucks for each connector and says I need 4. 2 male and 2 female. Plus 2.5 hours for the plugs at 125 an hour. If there is a connection for the connectors Please let me know.
$22.00 per connector is a high price. They retail from CPC for approximately 12.50 each piece. I sell them for $50.00 for all four connectors plus whatever the actual shipping cost might be.

I actually lose a little bit of money on each set I sell. Here is the email from CPC:

Good afternoon Chuck,

You can reorder. I have both in stock at the quantities you need. The price for each will be a little higher than last time. I will put the prices below. Call me tomorrow or whenever it is good for you and I can get the order in for you. I will need your CC# again to place the order.

P/N: LCD23006V (coupler “female”)
PRICE: $13.05/each

P/N: LCD100004V (insert “male”)
PRICE: $12.23/each


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Koben, All you need to know, then some.
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Too bad you didn't get that hose from me....it would have been less expensive and you would have it by now.
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2.5 hours to replace spark plugs ???? That's ludicrous. I can do that in less than an hour. You don't have a Honda, might be reasonable on one of those.

Do it yourself. And buy your Iridium CR9EI plugs on-line. I'll bet they want $15 each at the dealer.

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I have the plugs already, I am going to buy the connectors from Silentservice and do it myself.
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I am going to buy the connectors from Silentservice and do it myself.
Please know you'll most likely need two associated external fuel injector lines for the male connectors. Chuck should have those as well.

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