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ACCEL Fuel Injectors 150824

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Fuel Injectors, 24 lbs./hr., 14.4 Ohms Impedance, 12 V, Chevy,Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Pontiac, Set of 8

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To correctly choose a performance fuel injector flow rate, the following variables must be known: ·Brake-specific fuel consumption (How much fuel you are using per horsepower per hour) ·Actual crankshaft horsepower ·Maximum injector duty cycle ·System fuel pressure at the fuel rail Remember that installing larger flow injectors only has technical merit if substantial modifications have been made to the entire induction system. Determining the right amount of injector fuel flow is only part of the injection selection process. You also have to match the injector's operating parameters to your Electronic Control Unit. Operating parameters include both the injector driver style (peak-hold or saturated-circuit) and the resistance required to pulse the injector. Failure to properly match the injectors to the ECU can result in slower delivery rate, overheating of the injector or fuel injector driver, and even engine damage! When installing performance fuel injectors with larger flow rates, it may be necessary to recalibrate the mass airflow sensor and/or reprogram the vehicle's ECU.

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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