Ford Fuel Injectors
Ford Racing stock replacement fuel injectors that are also perfect for modified engines, these performance fuel injectors may just be the cure for your fuel starvation problem. Designed for race applications, they work best when used with recalibrated Hi-Flow mass air sensors. Not recommended for stock engines.
- Available for both GT500 and Non-GT500 applications
- All injector flow rates are quoted at a delta pressure of 39.15 psi. To convert to a delta pressure of 43.5 psi, multiply flow rate by 1.054.
- The instruction sheets for each injector contains injector PCM calibration data.
What Are Ford Performance Hi-Flow Injector Kits Common Pros and Cons?
Ford Performance Hi-Flow injector kits are made with high quality components and assembly making them very reliable and consistent, along with providing long service life. Due to the high quality, the price of Ford Performance Hi-Flow injector kits can be higher than other fuel injectors on the market.
Which Ford Performance Hi-Flow Injector Kits Are Best?
It is important to select the correct Ford Performance Hi-Flow Injector Kit that will both physically fit your engine (connector and body type) and match the engine fuel needs. Once the physical fitment is confirmed, the fuel injector size has to be determined. This is based on the amount of horsepower of the engine, number of fuel injectors, induction type (normally aspirated, supercharged, etc.), fuel type, BSFC (brake specific fuel consumption), and injector max duty cycle. Injector size (in cc/min) is equal to the (estimated horsepower x the brake specific fuel consumption (about .50) x 10.5) divided by the number of fuel injectors times the duty cycle (typically .80).
How Much Do Ford Performance Hi-Flow Injector Kits Cost?
Ford Performance fuel injector kits range between approximately $225 to over $800 for a set of eight, depending on the type and size.