We professionally service gasoline fuel injectors using our State-Of-The-Art Computer Controlled Ultrasonic Fuel Injector Flow Machine and Cleaning Equipment + Fuel Injector Dyno.

Why clean a fuel injector?

 

When the engine is turned off, the gasoline which has been spray out the fuel injector can't be consumed by the engine. It would be deposited on the injector nozzle, intake manifolds and combustion chamber walls. Gasoline is extremely volatile, but due to impurities in the fuel, the nozzle passage and the filter get clogged affecting injector flow performance and overheating. Waxes, dye and varnish containing into the gasoline itself, doesn't evaporated. The cycle of engine heat and cold day after day causes that this impurities be changed into solid sediments including carbon. This solidification is produced in all engines over the time causing power loss and other kind of problems. The solidification of sediments cause five major problems at the fuel injectors:

 

1) Leak

2) Flow blockage

3) Poor atomization

4) Uneven fuel flow

5) Overheating

 

Doesn't matter if your engine runs on pump gas (87, 89, 91, 93 octanes), racing gasoline (VP, Sunoco, Torco) or alcohol (E10, E85, Ethanol, Methanol, Nitromethane), a clean and properly working fuel injector restores performance, power, torque and acceleration.

 

 

 

 

 

Our complete service includes:

 

  1. Cleaning the inside injector cavity using the powerful ultrasonic cleaning technology and using the complete computadorized controlled cleaning flow technology, were the cleaning flow is controlled through microcomputer to achive stable pressure control

  2. Injector Dyno simulating the working load of the engine fuel system from idle, to multiple speed range up to redline. This is possible with the help of microcomputer control and digital display that makes possible automatic cleaning, testing injectors and real-time monitoring of the dynamic values

  3. Back flush cleaning (sometimes this cannot be done do to injector design)

  4. Uniformity testing

  5. Sprayability testing

  6. Atomization detection

  7. Injector Flow test capacity

  8. Detecting Minimum Opening Pulse Width Time in milliseconds (ms)

  9. Detecting Maximun Opening Pulse Width Time in milliseconds (ms) for racing purpose only at extra cost

  10. Internal coil continuity

  11. Internal coil Ohms resistance test (Ω)

  12. External cleaning

  13. Terminal cleaning

  14. Installation of new o-rings, grommets, filters, spacers and pintle caps if they are available

 

We service all gasoline fuel injectors that are:

 

Top Feed Fuel Injector 

Side Feed Fuel Injector

MPI – Multi-Port Injector 

TBI – Throttle Body Injection 

CFI – Central Fuel Injection

ECI – Computer Controlled Injection

CIS – Continuous Injection System (K-jetronic)

GDI - Gasoline Direct Injection (VW / Audi / Mitsubishi GDI)

FSI - Fuel Stratified Injection (VW / Audi)

SCI - Smart Charge Injection (Ford)

HPI - High Precision Injection (BMW)

JTS - Jet Thrust Stoichiometric (Alfa Romeo)

GTDI - Gasoline Turbocharged Direct Injection (Ford)

IDE - Injection Direct Essence

SIDI - Spark Direct Injection (Holden)

Skyactiv - Mazda

 

These injectors are found on:

 

American, European and Asian cars

Trucks

Boats

Watercraft

Motorcycle and scooter

Visual inspection for cracked welding, rust, broken housings, etc.

Ultrasonic Deep Cleaning. This removes carbon, rust, carbide, etc.

Back Flush Cleaning to remove all internal debris that trapped inside the fuel injector.

Uniformity and Atomization Tests to check how far from good are the injectors working prior an after the cleaning.

Flow Test before and after the cleaning process. This demonstrates that the fuel injectors will flow equally after the cleaning process for proper engine function and performance.

Installation of new o-rings, filters, grommets and pintle caps. This will let ready injector ready to be installed.

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