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Old 05-07-2015, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default Flow Force 610cc Bosch EV14 Injectors @ Trackspeed

We've been looking for an injector to slot in beneath the mega-good, mega-bucks ID1000s in our catalog, and this is exactly the injector I have been looking for. Awesome atomization and flow pattern, +/-1% matching at 2ms means flawless idle, and 610cc is big enough for 300+whp on pump gas, or more than that if you throw some fuel pressure at them.

I prodded ID ~2yrs ago at PRI to make me an EV14 injector smaller than a 725cc and they refused. Nigel at Flow Force made it happen and I'm proud to have had a bit of input on these. IMO, with the exception of flow capacity, these give up nothing to ID1000s.

  • Miata-specific hats and seals ensure an easy installation
  • 100% Plug and Play - no wires to splice
  • Injector sets matched to +/-1% at 2ms (idle conditions)
  • 610cc size will support 300whp+ on pump gas
  • E85-compatible
  • Maximum rail pressure 7.0 bar
  • Unmodified Bosch EV14 injector ensures ideal atomization and spray pattern
  • $299 including PnP pigtails

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Flow Force 610cc EV14 Injectors @ Trackspeed Engineering

I think the featureset and the price point makes these a no-brainer choice for <325whp setups. What do you guys think?

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Well I was debating on what to buy for my new motor, these are a lock.

Usually the awesome new **** comes out right after I spend too much. Not this time!
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Andrew's input has been invaluable in developing these injectors. I'm now matching them at tighter flow rates and to more exacting standards in order to make them the best available option for everything from NA to build motor FI applications.
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I am running some of your first matched injectors and I am very happy with them. They idle and cruise very well, at least as good as my stock 99 injectors. Thanks again Nigel!
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This couldnt have come at a better time. I was about to pull the trigger on some FIC 650's but if these perform as well as ID, for $299, im sold.

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