Upgrading injectors? Any injector can "flow" at wide open throttle, the difference is in low end driveability; don't settle!
Injector Dynamics fuel injectors are the result of batch testing large quantities of specially modified fuel injectors, and then carefully matching them to within 1%, in sets based on their dynamic flow across the pulsewidth range. The result is vastly superior cylinder to cylinder consistency, even at very low pulsewidths.
In addition to receiving tightly matched injectors, you will be provided with dead time compensation values across the entire pressure and voltage range of the injector. This data will insure that the compensations in your ECU work properly, and your air fuel ratios will remain consistent as atmospheric or voltage conditions change.
With pressure capability in excess of 8 bar this injector has found a home in many different applications.
The ID1000 will maintain strict linearity at flow rates that will satisfy idle and cruise requirements for engines. If you're unsure if these will work in your application, give us a call and we'll help you figure out what it will take
Injector Dynamics is proud to release it's new ID850, offering a high quality solution where none existed before.
- The ID850 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