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Injector Dynamics ID850
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The ID850 was added to the Injector Dynamics lineup to fill the need for a high flow injector in a small package. Specifically, GM's LS motors, and various motorcycles applications such as Suzuki's GSX's, and Kawasaki's ZX machines. With linearity matching that of the ID1000, and broad fitment options due to its small size, the ID850 is our most versatile injector. Most notable is the fact that the ID850 is the only direct fit high flow injector available for GM LS3, LS7, L76, L92, and L99 motors that comes with complete characterization tables for GM PCM tuning. at means easy and accurate tuning, for a better calibration with less time invested.
 
The critical dynamic flow characteristics of an injector can be described with three basic graphs. These are Uncorrected Flow vs. Actual Pulsewidth, Corrected Flow vs. Effective Pulsewidth, and Linearity Deviation vs. Actual Pulsewidth. Effective Pulsewidth is the final pulsewidth calculated by the ECU prior to the addition of the dead time compensation. Actual Pulsewidth is the pulsewidth delivered to the injector and is the sum of the effective pulsewidth and the injector dead time compensation. Uncorrected Flow vs. Actual Pulsewidth - This graph shows the dynamic flow vs. actual pulsewidth across the voltage range. The Y Axis is flow in units of cubic centimeters per minute. The X Axis is actual pulsewidth in units of milliseconds. All dynamic flow characteristics are generated from this raw data which clearly illustrates the non linearities and voltage sensitivity of the injector. Corrected Flow vs. Effective Pulsewidth - This graph shows the dynamic flow vs. effective pulsewidth across the voltage range. The Y Axis is flow in units of cubic centimeters per minute. The X Axis is effective pulsewidth in units of milliseconds. This curve represents the response of the injector with proper dead time compensation, and at the end of the day this is the one that really matters. Linearity Deviation vs Actual Pulsewidth - This graph shows the deviation from linearity (Straight Line Response) across the pulsewidth range. The Y Axis is flow deviation in percent. The X Axis is actual pulsewidth in units of milliseconds.
All tests are performed at 100hz using a Motec M800 ECU. It should be noted that even though 10 milliseconds represents static flow, the Motec drive circuit requires that the injector be turned off for at least .5msec per cycle which limits the actual duty cycle to 95% at 100Hz. This is clearly illustrated by the flat response of the curve above 9.5 msec.
 
Specifications:
- Nominal Flow Rate - 885cc/min @ 3.0 Bar (43.5 psi) Using Gasoline at 52 Degrees C (125 Degrees F)
- Maximum Differential Fuel Pressure - 7.0 Bar (101.5 psi)
- Fuel Compatibility - Compatible With All Known Fuels
- Electrical Connector - USCAR
 
Note: Please Select Option at drop down if you would like 4, or 6. Prcing starts at 4 injectors.

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Injector Dynamics ID850


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$480.00
MFG# 850.60.14.14.4
SKU# 3151
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