We can flow test your system “As-received” to provide you with the results from your “in the field” tuning, then discuss with you recommendations to improve the system’s operation. We can also computer model your engine and provide anticipated power output values and their rpm points. The modeling program can also aid in approximating the desired intake runner lengths for “Ram Tuning”.
We offer a complete service for Lucas Timed Mechanical fuel injection components and systems including rebuilding and calibration services. We stock metering units (fuel distributors), fuel cams, pumps, nozzles, nozzle line, nozzle lines ends and assembly blocks, BSP to AN adapter fittings, check valves, calibration shims and rollers, banjo bolt o-rings, bung seals, and much more.
We can supply parts for the do-it-yourself mechanic or we can perform the entire overhaul and calibrate the system for your engine.
Generally, we see new injectors with variations in flow of 6-8% and some up as high as 12%. we offer dynamic grouping of injectors into a set that has a total variation of less than 2%. We offer back flushing of top feed injectors to remove contaminants trapped inside the injector. Note: requires removal of inlet screen and installation of new inlet screen. Injectors can be flow tested at a specific fuel pressure while the injector is held “Full Open”. This is called a “Static Test”. This determines the injectors total flow capacity at that pressure. Injectors may also be pulsed at a predetermined “DUTY CYCLE” or pulse width and the volume collected for comparison against other injectors. This is called a “Dynamic Test”. The dynamic test results are considered to be the most meaningful of all the tests because the injectors are typically operated in a pulsed mode. Kinsler offers a Base Calibration service for the EFI systems listed below. We can install your injectors, pressure relief valve, ECU, and wiring harness/loom on our test bench and simulate the engine operation. During this simulation we can adjust the injector pulse widths to achieve the desired fuel flows. We can also computer model your engine and provide anticipated power output values and their rpm points. The modeling program can also aid in approximating the desired intake runner lengths for “Ram Tuning”. Accel/DFI, F.A.S.T. (formerly Speed-Pro FP Performance), EFI-Technology, Haltech, Motec, and Zytek electronic systems.