Phone 248-362-1145
Fax 248-362-1032
1834 Thunderbird Street
Troy, MI 48084 USA

Engineering, manufacturing, sales, service, calibration, testing, and modification, of mechanical and electric fuel injection systems and components for all types of racing and performance.

Calibration Form 2016-11-27T04:11:44+00:00

REQUEST FOR FLOW TEST AND
CALIBRATION OF FUEL INJECTION UNIT

Fill out our online form below or click here to download a printable PDF copy.

* = Required Field

1. Owner's Info

It is important to have the owners name.
All flow data is filed under the owners name and the date the system is flowed.

Owner's Name:*
Date:*

2. Return To:

Name/Company:*
Email:*
Address:*
City:*
State:* Zip:*
Country:* Phone:*

3. Date You Will Need Unit:*


*Note: If this is to be a priority air freight shipment, call before sending unit.
*Fast delivery may be available at special time and a half labor rates.

4. If Flow Tested by us Previously:

Owners Name:
Flow Test Date:

5. Other Info

Make of Unit:*
Throttle Bore Size:*

6. Where will your throttle linkage attach to the manifold:*

7. If the unit was run on the engine specified, leave the jet in the jet can that it ran best with and record the following information:

Main Jet Diameter:
Secondary Pressure:
High speed pressure setting:
High speed jet size:
Barrel valve leakage:

8. Type of Fuel:*

If Nitro, percentage:

9. Type:

Drag Race

Length: 1/8 mile1/4 mile
Class: AsphaltSand Past
ET:
MPH:

Oval Track

Track Length:
Class: AsphaltDirt

Road Racing

Class:
Car Make & Style:

Tractor

TractorTruck
2WD4WD
Class:

Boat

Class:
Hull Style:
Drive Style:

10. Approximate altitude (actual elevation) vehicle will operate at:*

11. Weight of Vehicle:*

12.Transmission Info

Type of Transmission: Style of Converter or Clutch: Stall Speed: Trans Brake: If drag race, do you stage the vehicle from: Min. Operating RPM seen under racing conditions:

13. Type and Style of Ignition/Distributor:*

14. Fuel Tank/Cell Location:*

15. Do you run water

In the Block:
In the Heads:

16. Engine

Engine Make:*
Cylinder head make and model:*
# of Cylinders:
Actual Cubic Inches:
Comp. Ratio:
Min. RPM:
Max. RPM:
Bore:
Stroke:
Deck Height:
Connecting Rod Length:
Piston rings (check type): Standard TensionLow TensionGapless
Crankcase windage: StandardLowDry Sump
Camshaft specifications: HydraulicMechanicalRoller

Rocker Ratio
INT:
EX:
Duration advertised
INT:
EX:
Duration @ .050" lift
INT:
EX:
Lobe lift
INT:
EX:
Valve Lash
INT:
EX:
Lobe separation:
Intake lobe installed position:

17. INFORMATION NEEDED BY KINSLER TO COMPUTER MODEL YOUR ENGINE

Cylinder head flow with intake: CFM @ inches of water
Intake manifold runner length:
Intake valve dia.: Head intake port length:
Port dimensions or volume:
Head intake port flow CFM @ .500".550" valve lift (select one)
@ inches of water
Head Exhaust Valve dia.: Head exhaust port length:
Port dimensions or volume:
Head exhaust port flow CFM @ .400".450" valve lift (select one)
@ inches of water
Header style:
Primary tube inside diameter:
Primary tube length:
(If stepped header) Secondary tube inside diameter:
Secondary tube length:
Collector length:
(If stepped header) Collector tube inside diameter:
Mufflers: YesNoIf yes, what type?

18. If Blown:

Blower size:
Drive Ratio:
Max Boost: Intercooled?YesNo
Anticipated Charge Air Temp:

19. Nitrous Oxide:

Specify enrichment fuel for nitrous: GasolineMethanol

20. Send to us:

a) Manifold assembly with nozzle hoses and nozzles.
b) Fuel pump; leave the fittings in it.
Pump drive is not needed unless service work is required.
c) Jet cans, high speed by-pass, shut-off and fuel filter.
(leave by-pass valves with jets in them as specified in step #8)

Do Not Send: Fuel tank or general plumbing hoses.
Ramtubes, but do make a note of their length:

Front cover, drive spud, pump pulley-drive assembly,
(unless service work is required on these items).

Do Not Put Tape over any fittings.........it turns to goo !!!

21. Wrap the unit very carefully in crumpled up newspapers; at least three inches all around the unit.

22. UPS is the best method of shipping.

Truck or Air Freight is O.K.

Please insure your equipment for the proper replacement value.

Do Not Ship by Bus.

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