The Industry's Best High Performance Fuel Injectors
• Provides precise control of fuel delivery and atomization for increased power, improved throttle response. • All-new units, not modified stock, natural gas units or remanufactured from used cores. • New low-mass disc design ensures accurate metering control even at ultra-low and high duty cycles. • Operates at higher fuel pressures without loss of metering control. Great for blown applications where increased fuel pressure and precise metering are required. • State-of-the-art manufacturing processes reduce flow deviations between injectors to improve performance. • Low impedance design for that ultimate control in ultra high horsepower applications. • Can Support up to 2100 HP at 85% Duty Cycle on a boosted V8 running on gasoline.
Formula to choose injector size for gasoline powered engines:
# Horsepower X BSFC / by Number of Cylinders/Injectors X 1.20 = Required injector size.
Naturally Aspirated = .38 to .50 BSFC Nitrous Oxide enhanced = .55 to .6 BSFC Boosted Applications .55 to .6 BSFC
1600HP X .60 BSFC / 8 X 1.20 = 144 lb/hr Injector (I would choose a set of ACCEL 160 lb/hr injectors part number 74160)
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