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Yes, all of our fuel injectors will include the proper, brand-new Viton O-rings and/or seals for installation. We also include a tube of synthetic lube for proper installation with all new sets of injectors.
The answer is yes. But, only if you do it right.
If you install a high-flow fuel injector even a set that only flows 10-15% over stock, you risk over-fueling the engine. The result is fouled spark plugs, erratic idle, power surging and even permanent damage to the catalytic converter and your engine. Installing higher flowing fuel injectors alone will not increase horsepower.
On the other-hand if you are willing to spend the extra money to do it right, keep reading.
Fiveomotorsport offers Stage 1 fuel injector upgrades for over 300 different engine applications. If you don't see what you are looking for on our website, call or email us. Our technicians will help you make the correct choice for your application based on your specific engine parameters. The basic steps include the following:
Example power increase: 120ft/lbs torque and 80 horsepower on a 6 cylinder 3.5 liter Eco-boost Ford F150. That’s money wisely spent for newly added horsepower and torque! Compare this to money spent on exhaust and headers just to add 30 horsepower!
In general, dynamic means energetic, capable of action and/or change, or forceful, while static means stationary or fixed. Static flow-rate is the injector flowing in a wide open position and referred to as 100% duty cycle.
When a fuel injector is tested at a specific pressure and the injector's internal mechanism is held open allowing fuel (or in this case testing fluid) to flow at a constant rate, we then measure the amount of testing fluid and this is the static flow-rate. Flow rates are most commonly measured metrically in cubic centimeters per min shown as cc/min, and in the US as pounds per hour shown as lbs/hr. The most common pressure applied to a fuel system or an injector test-bench when conducting these tests is 3 BAR or 43.5 psi.
Dynamic flow rates are measured when the fuel injector is in action--opening and closing at specified intervals under pressure. On the injector test bench parameters such as engine RPM, voltage and injector open and close rate measured in milliseconds or ms can be simulated. These dynamic test results give us a more complete and accurate example of how a specific fuel injector will function in a real-life situation when operating in the engine. All of our custom, flow matched fuel injector sets are tested both statically and dynamically for true results that will improve your performance.
Learn more about your fuel injector options. By clicking this link you can learn about the different types of fuel injectors we offer to our customers.
By measuring the resistance across the two electrical terminals of the injector with a multimeter, you can determine the impedance. If the resistance is between 1.5 and 4.0 Ohms, you have low impedance injectors (Low Z). If the resistance is between 8 and 16 Ohms, you have high impedance injectors (High Z).