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EV1 Injectors - SEP - "Long" LS1/LS6 Style - 60:14:14 - EV1 plug - 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr Injector
EV1 Injectors - SEP - "Long" LS1/LS6 Style - 60:14:14 - EV1 plug - 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr Injector
EV1 Injectors - SEP - "Long" LS1/LS6 Style - 60:14:14 - EV1 plug - 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr Injector
EV1 Injectors - SEP - "Long" LS1/LS6 Style - 60:14:14 - EV1 plug - 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr Injector

EV1 Injectors - SEP - "Long" LS1/LS6 Style - 60:14:14 - EV1 plug - 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr Injector

$53.99

  • Description 
  • Flow/Offset Report
  • Fuel Compatibility
  • Vehicle Compatibility
  • Legal Disclaimer
  • Description 
  • EV1 Fuel Injector

    LS1 Body Length (60mm from the center of the orings) with a 14mm bottom and top oring diameter. Fuel injector connection is an EV1 (Jetronic) Harness Plug. A great option for a variety of fuel injection systems. Build the size of kit you need. Compatible with many models and makes including Chevrolet, BMW, Buick, Dodge, Chrysler, Ford, Nissan, Toyota and more.

    What are EV1 injectors?

    EV1 injectors are a type of injector body style that was established by Bosch. The plug is characterized by their rectangular housing and two flat connector prongs. Bosch is not the only manufacturer of EV1 style injectors - other companies such as Delphi and Denso also supply them to specific brands. In some cases, the EV1 injector's connector may be OEM-specific.

    Will these Injectors increase my horsepower?

    Fuel injectors play an important role in delivering fuel to an engine. The size of the injector determines the amount of fuel that can be delivered per cycle. However, there are other factors to consider besides the size of the injector. The most important factor is the air-to-fuel ratio. This ratio must be carefully balanced in order for an engine to run properly. If there is too much fuel and not enough air, the engine will run rich and may stall. If there is too much air and not enough fuel, the engine will run lean and may overheat.


    What's the difference between low and high-impedance injectors?

    High impedance and low impedance are the two categories of fuel injectors. In general, low impedance injectors will have a resistance of between 1.5 and 4.0 Ohms, while high impedance injectors will have a resistance of between 8 and 16 Ohms. These injectors are high impedance.

     

    We know it can be difficult to shop fuel injector options online. Reach out to us if you have any questions. Quick shop injectors by brands, styles, and categories. View them all here. Need a fuel injector clinic? Check out our free Fuel System Design E-booklet to build your dream car. Whether your a Chevrolet or a Ford guy/gal we're here for you.

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  • Flow/Offset Report
  • Sets or kits of 4-6-8 will be matched to less than 2% variance on a dynamic test when ordered. Flow report included in package and stored in our database for future reference.

    Full Injector Flow/Offset report included in package and Plug and Play ECU tuning data for all SEP Injectors included with purchase via email request. (Plug and Play ECU data/Injector characteristics provided by Calibrated Success Inc./Greg Banish)

  • Fuel Compatibility
  • Standard Gasolines and Ethanol Flex fuel

    PSI Fuel Pressure:
    Crank Horsepower Rating @58psi fuel pressure, 93 octane fuel, V8 engine with 1 injector per cylinder: 1150hp

    Connector: Jetronic (EV1) / USCAR (EV6)

    Flow Rate @43: 1000cc/min, 96lb/hr

    High Impedance, 12.5 ohms coil

     *** It is IMPERATIVE when running high flow fuel injectors you run a 10 Micron inline aftermarket fuel filter system!!! Failing to do so will allow debris COMMONLY found in pump gasses/fuel into the injector body and begin to alter fuel flow rates and/or cause TOTAL FAILURE of fuel injectors voiding your warranty and damaging your engine***

  • Vehicle Compatibility
  • Direct OEM Fitments FOR 60mm length (please reference your OEM plug style and choose the appropriate option or adapter by Make and Model Year)

      BMW:

      • E30 M3 88-91, E36 M3 96-99, M Coupe / M Roadster 98-00, 920i / 740i, 328 96-98   
      Buick:
      • Turbo Regal, Grand National       
      Chevrolet:
      • LS1/LS6, Chevrolet Camaro 93-96 (LT1), Chevrolet Camaro 98-01 (LS1), Chevrolet C5 Corvette (inc Z06), Chevrolet Cobalt SS (super)
      Dodge / Chrysler/MOPAR:
      • Viper 03-07, Ram SRT-10 04-06       
      Ford:
      • Focus ZX3, Focus SVT, Focus RS, SVT Lightning, F150 Harley Davidson, Mustang SVO, Mustang GT 88-96, Mustang GT 97-04, Mustang GT 05-10, Mustang Cobra 99-04, Falcon GT and GS 5.0 – 2010+     
      Holden:
      • Commodore VT (V6), Commodore VTII (LS1),  Commodore VX (LS1), Commodore VXII (V6), Commodore VY (LS1), Commodore VS/VY (SCV6), Monaro (LS1)  
      Hyundai:
      • Genesis 2.0t 13-14
      Infinity:
      • G20 91-96 (14mm), G20 99-02 (14mm)
      Nissan:
      • 300ZX TT (90-96) 14mm, 240SX-S13/S14/S15 (14mm), SR20DET FWD (14mm) 
       Pontiac:
      • Firebird (93-97) LT1, Firebird (98-02) LS1, Trans-Am (93-97) LT1, Trans-Am (98-02) LS1, Turbo T/A (89 Anniv.), GTO (2004) LS1      
      Porsche:
      • 996/997.1, 993/911 84-98 (no turbo)        
      Saturn:
      • Ion Redline, Sky (Non turbo)
        Toyota:
        • MR-2 Turbo (90-96) 3S-GTE (14mm), Supra Turbo (93-98) 2JZ-GTE (14mm), Celica All-Trac (89-99) 3S-GTE (14mm) 

        Aftermarket accessories and common modification fitments:

        • 2.5"-2.75" injector height Manifolds (Truck, TBSS, Flex Fuel) fit with appropriate fuel rail or 1/4"-1/2" spacer and extended hardware. How to: Fuel Rail Spacer
        • Holley Sheet Metal Intake PART# 820032-1
        • LS1/6 intakes
      • Legal Disclaimer
      • This part is legal for sale and use on Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles and Racing Use Only Vehicles.

        The following vehicles are considered Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles:

        • 1965 and older U.S. manufactured California Certified vehicles
        • 1967 and older U.S. manufactured Federally Certified vehicles
        • 1967 and older Foreign manufactured vehicle

        The following vehicles are considered Racing Use Only Vehicles:

        • Racing Use Only Vehicles are vehicles that are used exclusively for competition and that are not registered and that may never be used on the street

        WARNING: It is against the law to install this part on an Emissions Controlled Vehicle

        The following vehicles are considered Emissions Controlled Vehicles:

        • 1966 and newer U.S. manufactured California Certified vehicles
        • 1968 and newer U.S. manufactured Federally Certified vehicles
        • 1968 and newer Foreign manufactured vehicle

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