ID1300 Injectors (8) for LS

Injector Dynamics

$ 1,799.00

Upgrading injectors?  Any injector can "flow" at wide open throttle, the difference is in low end driveability; don't settle!

The ID1300 is an all new injector, designed in partnership with Bosch Motorsport to fill that void.   This collaboration has given us the ability to design a high flow injector with characteristics specific to the needs of the high-performance tuner.  The ID1300 is not a modified production injector. It is a clean sheet design, built to our engineering specifications, exclusively for Injector Dynamics.

The ID1300 was designed with alternative fuels in mind, and is the only high performance injector available with all stainless internals.  It is compatible with all known fuels, and will stand up to the corrosive nature of alcohol better than any injector on the market.

While the ID1300 was designed with an eye towards ethanol fueled engines, we have accounted for the occasional need to convert back to gasoline.  The ID1300 has a minimum fuel mass compatible with gasoline use, and will provide exceptional idle and cruise behavior under these conditions.

In addition to its multi-fuel capabilities, the compact body of the ID1300 allows for fitment in more than 200 applications, making it one of the more versatile injectors in our lineup.

In the next few months these will be made on Bosch's production line.  In the mean time, in order to get them to customers who have been patiently waiting for them, we have a limited supply of hand assembled units that have begun shipping.  These injectors are the exact same as what will roll off the production line, but are  built at a rate of only 50 units per day (vs ~10,000/day on the production line).  As such, they cost more.  The current retail cost is $195 per injector, which includes electrical connectors and necessary adaptor tops, just like the rest of the ID line.  We hope to be able to lower the retail price a bit when the production line is up to speed but we don't have final costs on those units so at this time.  All we know for sure is the retail price will not increase and will most likely come down.

More details on the ID1300 can be found on the Injector Dynamics website:

http://www.injectord...com/ID1300.html

The ID1300 response data can be found on the ID1300 page, and the plug and play data sets will be posted to the application data page of the ID website in the near future.

These are the dimensional drawings for available fitments, and we have 100% drop in PNP kits for GTRs as we do with the rest of our sizes.

The ID1300 will be capable on E85 of what the ID1000's are on gas.  I hate to quote HP numbers because there's such a variance in this market with the different AWD dynos.

 
Each injector includes the necessary adaptor top and electrical connector. The adaptor tops mechanically lock to the injector and also incorporate a 7 micron replaceable filter.

 

Injector Dynamics is proud to release it's new ID2000, offering a high quality solution where none existed before.

  • The ID1300 is a direct fit in GM LS3-LS7-L76-L92-L99-LSA motors, and is the first high flow injector supplied with accurate characterization files for an OEM quality tune.
     
  • The SCT/EFI Live/HP Tuners compatible data files are generated from dynamic characterization of the injectors in the same manner as the original OEM injector data. These are not stock values massaged by "Billy Bob the Backyard Tuner" The result is a better quality tune with less effort invested in the tuning process. 
     
  • In addition to being fully characterized, the low flow control and tight flow matching across the pulsewidth range guarantees OEM quality idle and drivability.For a detailed description of the characterization process and the mathematics used by the PCM to process the data, follow this link.   
     
  • Would you like to learn more about the importance of tuning with accurately characterized injectors?
    Better yet, would you like to get that information directly from a GM engineer?
    To read an excellent article written by Greg Banish, former GM Calibration Engineer, click here.  Greg Banish Tech Article