The automotive aftermarket is full of performance parts for just about every vehicle imaginable. And what drives this market is people that want to build a better car. Some are looking for better handling, straight-line performance, more top speed, or even better looks. And while a ton of companies build similar components for various makes and models, sometimes, it’s hard to know the differences between them.
Let’s look at fuel injectors as an example. A quick google search will result in hundreds of different injectors that cost anywhere from $100 to $1,500 and more. So what’s the difference between an inexpensive and expensive set? A lot. Things like the injector type and flow rating cause the units to vary in price. So how do you know you’re getting the best injectors possible for your build? Fuel Injector Clinic (FIC) makes it easy with their Data Match Technology.
FIC’s Data Match Technology is a comprehensive information sheet that each customer receives with their injector set. This sheet feature includes the Dynamic Slop Flow Rate for each individually serial numbered injector, individual injector offset values for each injector, and an injector voltage offset table. And while these points may not seem very useful to someone not in the tuning world, this is highly sought-after information for a tuner.
Fuel Injector Clinic developed a unique flow bench with ECMTuning, Inc., which measures the microscopic volume of fluid dispensed while a car’s ECU is operating it. This method provides tuners with the best possible injector data to successfully tune a vehicle. When a tuner enters FIC’s Data Match Technology information into an ECU, it allows the correct amount of fuel to combine with the air to consistently achieve the correct Air/Fuel Ratio (AFR). Which means you’ll get complete combustion in the cylinder’s chambers.