Injector Flow Data

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by wmfateam, Feb 20, 2015.

  1. wmfateam

    wmfateam Active Member

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    Bored at work so I pulled my injectors out, cleaned and flow tested. These are pink top. Not too bad at all for being old *****es.
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    Thats pretty cool. Do you do injector cleaning?
     
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    Yesh. I was surprised how close they are after all those years.
     
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    So...whats the going rate to clean up and check a set of 8?
     
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    You must of followed a good preventive maintenance plan. I clean my injector every 3 years but I also follow a good preventive maintenance plan for my ID1000s.

    Injector tips: http://witchhunter.com/healthyinjectors.php
     
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    Our actual service is $25 an injector, but that is for the EV14 style ID's. I could do a set, clean,flow test,replace orings, maybe filters depending which ones are used, for $60. If caps or anything else needs replaced, it would be jus the cost of it from O'Reilly or NAPA.