The ID2000 has set the standard for linearity and control in a large injector. Flowing in excess of 2000cc/min at 3 bar, the ID2000 will also provide a smooth stoichiometric idle on E85, and it will do all this while maintaining strict linearity up to 95% duty cycle at 9000rpm. With a pressure capability of 9 bar this injector can flow as much as 3700cc/min with excellent low pulse-width linearity, and has the broadest operating range of any injector on the market.
- Part #: 2000.18.02.48.11.4
- Nominal Flow Rate – 2225cc/min @ 3.0 Bar (43.5 psi) Using Gasoline at 52 Degrees C (125 Degrees F)
- Maximum Differential Fuel Pressure – 9.0 Bar (130.5 psi)
- Fuel Compatibility – Compatible with Methanol/Ethanol/All Known Hydrocarbon Fuels. Incompatible with MTBE/Nitro Methane/Nitro Propane.
- Electrical Connector – Denso
Plug n’ Play Data
Are you tired of pouring over logs, making corresponding changes to your tune, only to find that what worked one day is off by the next? Have you wasted hours sifting through a myriad of injector related posts on the forums, only to find that there is no simple solution? Such is the nature of tuning with inaccurate injector data. Accurate injector characterizations are the basis of all fueling calculations, so it’s no wonder that if you’re tuning without it, you will spend a lot of valuable time making the best of a bad situation. Not only will it keep you busy searching for endless combinations of mostly incorrect answers, it will rob you of one of the most basic functions provided by the guys who spent millions of R&D dollars designing the engine management system for your car. Whether you are a professional tuner, or an end user, you can spend countless hours getting it “mostly correct” or you can copy and paste accurate characterization tables and get on with the job of maximizing performance and drivability.