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Here you go:
https://www.mniboats.com/PCM-Fuel-Injector-6-0L-8NH-p/ra087009.htm

New OEM Fuel Injector Set of (8) For Chevrolet and GMC V8-6.0L https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019EHCV38/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_vOFvDbTR2ZG40

https://www.summitracing.com/search/part-type/fuel-injectors/make/chevrolet/engine-size/6-0l-364

Lots of options. Might be worth your time to replace all 8.
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This is the PCM one that my boat needs.

What I'm looking for is an automotive equivalent from ACDelco or the like for cheaper than PCM's $200 a piece.
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Originally posted by JoeinNY JoeinNY wrote:

    Often times there are aftermarket alternatives that are cheaper than the automotive oem. Certainly don't pay PCM prices but get you some new crispy crisp injectulators.


Like Joe says there has to be other alternatives. Here for example are ones for Fords-
200 dollar each PCM injector

215 dollar set of 8 Ford motorsport injectors

Just need to find the spec's of your GM injectors,PCM for sure did not make them
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Originally posted by poecs13 poecs13 wrote:

From the shop that worked the injectors today:
"One of them was stuck wide open. The first set of four took four cleanings before they flowed correctly. The second set took three cleanings to flow correctly. They all seem to be flowing within two to three cc's of each other.


Your injector shop should be able to advise you on their size and alternatives
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A set of 8 for $50

Only ones I've found so far with four holes in the bottom. At that price point should I be at all concerned with the quality of the part or just go for it?
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I figured the injector shop would be able to give a recommendation, but I said the word "marine" and their eyes glazed over.
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Originally posted by poecs13 poecs13 wrote:

I figured the injector shop would be able to give a recommendation, but I said the word "marine" and their eyes glazed over.


Marine doesn’t matter. Is a standard GM 6.0 injector.
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Right, but apparently they come in a two or four hole variety, does that make a difference? The engine currently has the four hole version.
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Originally posted by poecs13 poecs13 wrote:

At that price point should I be at all concerned with the quality of the part or just go for it?


With what you just spent on the engine rebuild don't now get cheap on the injectors. I know nothing about GM's other than to put my key in my truck and go but I would find a name brand injector,those seem awful cheap.
You know it can go horribly wrong the other way too- here is a melted piston from a GT40 that ran lean on #8

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Originally posted by poecs13 poecs13 wrote:

Right, but apparently they come in a two or four hole variety, does that make a difference? The engine currently has the four hole version.


Does on a Ford,the high hp ones have the 4 hole. Just to be safe I would not change
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Grab a set of either GM label or Delphi injectors. Can be found easily online. Get a set of 8 so they all match.
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Grab a set of either GM label or Delphi injectors. Can be found easily online. Get a set of 8 so they all match.
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Originally posted by Gary S Gary S wrote:

With what you just spent on the engine rebuild don't now get cheap on the injectors. I know nothing about GM's other than to put my key in my truck and go but I would find a name brand injector,those seem awful cheap.
You know it can go horribly wrong the other way too- here is a melted piston from a GT40 that ran lean on #8



Come on Gary a little emery cloth some pig mat n polish and slap it back in the hole.

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I’m gonna use some JB Weld there Paul- it’s got weld right them there in its name
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Okay...the “PCM” (Delphi) one arrived from Miami Nautique and it has...you guessed it...TWO holes.

So now what? I’m thinking all eight should match? Were the original injectors 2 hole and someone switched them to 4 at some point? Sufficiently confused at this point. Am I making a mountain out of a mole hill with the number of holes?
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I would want them to match. I still doubt the number of holes needs to match as long as the volume/pressure matches...
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