FIC 650cc Fuel Injectors - Ford Mustang GT (1987-2004) / Cobra (1993-1998)
Fuel Injector Clinic 650cc Fuel Injectors for Ford Mustang GT (1987-2004) / Cobra (1993-1998). Set of 8 x 650cc/min (62lbs/hr) at 3 bar (43.5psi) fuel pressure. Saturated / High Impedance Ball & Seat Injectors. Includes PGTUSC8 or add plug-n-play adapter PADPU to J8.
These injectors utilize the latest technology and provide great linearity and short pulse width repeatability.
Plug and Play Ford ECU Data available at https://www.fuelinjectorclinic.com/FordData
This injector set is precisely matched using Fuel Injector Clinic's proprietary Data Match Technology. Each injector is individually serial numbered and the results are provided on the Data Match Sheet providing the most complete flow matching and latency value information available in the industry today.
Fuel Injector Clinic injectors are flow tested and rated at 43.5psi (3Bar) at 90deg F fuel temperature using CF-16B calibration fluid.
Superior short pulse width control and state of the art matching make these injectors easy to tune and provide great drivability.
Fuel Injector Clinic injectors are set up to and include all o-rings needed to fit the factory application for the listed vehicle. If you are using aftermarket or other unusual setups please contact us prior to placing your order to make sure you receive injectors that fit properly.
Every injector is covered against failure caused by defects in original manufacture by our lifetime warranty.
This set of injectors requires you to change the injector plug on the wiring harness in your car. This can be done by soldering in the pigtails (included with purchase) to replace the plugs currently on your harness, or you can choose to purchase the optional plug-n-play adapter which will convert from the type of plugs on these injectors to the plugs on your harness without any need for cutting or soldering.
This plug conversion is made necessary because FIC always chooses to provide brand new, unused injectors for its performance applications. We do not believe that increasing the chance of a failure due to using remanufactured or core program based injectors is ever warranted.