Daytona Twin Tec has three high-performance replacement fuel injector designs available - for 2001 to 2005 models; 2006 and later throttle cable models, V-Rod models, and 2008 and later electronic throttle control models.
Made in the USA using "the latest injector technology", there are 10 different standard flow rates to accommodate most engine configurations.
|The DTT 190 series for 2001 - 2005 models|
For non-Ethanol and common Ethanol fuel (E10) Daytona Twin Tec say they calibrate their injectors at 60 percent duty cycle for 95 to 225 maximum hp in 2001 - 2005 applications; 85 to 225 maximum hp in 2006 and later throttle cable models and 115 to 225 maximum hp for 2008 and later electronic throttle control models. They flow between 4.5 and 10.6 gm/sec in 2001 - 2005 models and 3.9 gm/sec '06 and up throttle cable models (at 58 psi and 25/18 degree spray angles, and 5.4 to 10.6 gm/sec at 58 psi with 18 degree spray angle) in 2008 and up electronic throttle control models.
|The DTT 210 series for 2008 and later electronic throttle control models|
For E-85 applications, from 95 to 165 hp in the case of 2001 - 2005 applications; 95 to 165 hp for the 2006 and later throttle cable models and 95 to 165 hp for the 2008 and later electronic throttle control models, at 80 percent duty cycle using regular E85 pump gas, flowing between 6.2 and 10.6 gm/sec at 58 psi with 25 or 18 degree spray angles as appropriate.
|The DTT 200 series for 2006 and later throttle cable models|
Custom sizes up to 15 gm/sec are available for all applications.
Kevin Baxter, Tech Support Manager at Daytona Twin Tec, told AMD Magazine that "We test these injectors from 6 to 18 volts and from 40 to 100 psi. Each set of injectors comes with the results from that test. When installing a supercharger or turbo, one typically uses a variable pressure fuel pump to ensure proper delivery of fuel across the entire operating range. This means they can adjust voltage to the pump or the pressure of the pump.
"Having the actual injector flow rates for those ranges tells the installer exactly how much fuel they will deliver based on their settings and how they change them across the operating range.
"This is very valuable. All our injectors, for all applications, are blueprinted and sold as a flow-matched set."
|Kevin Baxter, Technical Director at Daytona Twin Tec, says that "We test these injectors from 6 to 18 volts and from 40 to 100 psi"|
|All Daytona Twin Tec injectors come with a limited 3-year warranty and ship as blueprinted flow-matched sets complete with test reports|
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