How to identify the right fuel injector for your vehicle

How to find the right fuel injector for your Motor

 All injectors have a part number stamped on the side, look at the number and type it in our search box to find it. Or you if you know your engine code / name you can also type this in the search box. for any questions please message us on the chat. The easiest method for us to identifying your injector is to send us a picture of the injector you have to Injectorplanet@gmail.com and well send you the link of the correct one..

 For people wanting to upgrade your old style fuel injector EV1 / EV6 to a newer style EV14 heres a few things to consider, we use Bosch way of classifying injectors so for example

EV6-C-L
EV6 - version of injector
C - conical spray pattern
L - long size injector

1) Injectors have different sizes
Kompact - in German it starts with a K
Standard
Long

2) Fuel injectors have different connectors

Sumitomo - most japonese cars will use this
D-jetronic - early type of Bosch connectors
Jetronic - 2nd gen Bosch type connectors
UScar - american cars from 1990- to late 2010's will use this
Toyota -
Honda OBD1 / OBD2 - both are rectangular jetronic looking but a little different

 Heres a few links to if you need adapters for connectors

Jetronic to Uscar
Uscar to Jetronic

3) injectors have different flow rates LBs per hour / cc per minute etc. 

4) They have different spray patterns

B single jet spray
E = V spray
C = Conical Spray

5) spray Nozzle, in the beginning there was 1 hole nozzle, as injector technology advanced they cut more holes into the nozzle, EV14 design offers up to 12 holes... the more hole the better the fuel atomization, that’s why newer 2005+ vehicles are so smooth and responsive. because the droplet of fuel is now a fraction of the size it was just the decade before.

 The latest generation of fuel injectors GDI injectors are very high pressure, injecting into the combustion chamber from very tiny holes and they clog up even faster than before