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ASNU New Product – New GDI Servicing Parts Posted by

We are pleased to announce we now have stock of some new GDI servicing parts. We have added these into our Parts & Accessories catalogue (available to download on the 'Downloads' page) as they are now in stock and ready to ship.   We've even listed the page numbers you can find them on below to help!   Please contact your local ASNU dis...
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ASNU New Product – GDI Coupling for Siemens Continental Injector Posted by

We are pleased to announce the addition of the 'ASNU 133' coupling to our range. This coupling will allow you to test the Siemens Continental injector that comes in certain Porsche models using the standard ASNU 156 or ASNU 156A fuel rail.     The couplings will be sold individually and are now available to order through your ASNU Dis...
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ASNU New Product – Adjustable Injector Test Rail Posted by

ASNU Adjustable Injector Test Rail & ASNU GDI Fuel Rail Holder The new ASNU 156A Adjustable Injector Test Rail has been designed to allow the ASNU user to quickly and easily install and test various different physical sized injectors without having to change the test rails they are mounted into. Operation of the rail is very simple - by simply rele...
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ASNU releases new ‘ASNU Remote Control Software’ Posted by

Introducing the ASNU Remote Control Software The Remote Control software is designed to work alongside the ASNU Classic GDI. The ASNU Classic GDI machine is pre-programmed with a limited set of injector testing settings, so running the ASNU Remote Control Software with the machine will allow you to take more control when testing and servicing your injectors...
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Very Interesting GDI Injector Damage! Posted by

[video width="848" height="480" mp4="https://www.asnu.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/VID-20190404-WA0000.mp4" autoplay="true"][/video] This vehicle had an over fueling problem that under high pressure looked like a small leak, but once tested under Low pressure, it was more than obvious why the vehicle had a problem. We examined the injector filt...
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