StangTV recently contacted us to request some injectors to fuel their Silver Bullet project. Their goal for the 2013 Mustang is running 10 second ET's at the track as well as improved handling to match the best autocross vehicles out there; therefore, they needed to upgrade their fuel system to provide the necessary fuel. We were more than happy to help them out.
Check out their write-up below featuring DW 78lb injectors.
High Tech Injectors From DeatschWerks For Our 2013 Mustang
Posted By Don Creason On September 21, 2013 @ 12:53 am In Fuel & Cooling,Project Silver Bullet
Our 2013 Mustang, Project Silver Bullet  is on a mission to achieve 10-second quarter-mile time-slips and extreme cornering prowess, along with the good looks of a ROUSH Performance  RS3 to boot. As part of the upgrades that are planned, we need to make sure our engine is getting enough fuel. To do that we’ll need to upgrade the injectors, which is why we turned to DeatschWerks  for a set of their 78 lbs (800cc) fuel injectors.
DeatschWerks supplies aftermarket fuel solutions for modern muscle and high performance cars. While relatively new to the Ford Mustang market, DeatschWerks is no stranger to performance injectors having serviced the sport compact market since 2005. They’re already making waves in the Mustang market by offering a high quality product and knowledgeable customer service.
For late model Mustang and Ford owners, DeatschWerks offers injectors in 35, 39, 42, 50, 60, 78, 88, 95, and 200 pounds per hour sizes. These injectors, depending on size and fuel type can support anywhere from 300 hp, all the way up to 2,000 hp.
Our fuel injectors, part number 18U-00-0078-8 , have several features that DeatschWerks includes standard with all of their injectors. This includes a three year warranty, 100-percent drop in fitment, and dynamic flow balancing. Our new injectors are based off of the Bosch EV14, which is the same as OE on our 2013 Mustang, ensuring high compatibility.
According to David Deatsch, president of DeatschWerks, the EV14 is Bosch’s latest technology. These injectors offer extremely fast response times, and fast opening and closing. “They inject a precise amount of fuel very quickly, this is especially important with large injectors where too much fuel can cause drivability problems,” says Deatsch.
DeatschWerks flow balances all their injectors, and they do so dynamically rather than statically. According to Deatsch, the difference is that with static balancing, the injectors are typically matched only at their wide-open, maximum flow rate.
DeatschWerks dynamically balances their injectors at 2, 3, 5, and 7 milliseconds to ensure that a set is optimized throughout the full range of pulse widths the injectors operate at. Low pulse width balancing (2-3ms) provides smoother idle and cruising. High pulse width balancing (5-7ms) provides a safer burn under heavy throttle conditions. The lower numbers represent faster on/off times, required for idle – too much fuel at idle results in a rich condition and drivability issues. All DeatschWerks injectors are matched within two-percent, ensuring that each injector’s performance keeps up with the others in the set.
Data is Everything
In the realm of high performance tuning, data is king. Deatsch tells us many tuners won’t even begin working on a custom tune unless they have the necessary data on the fuel injectors, and this is with good reason. Proper fuel injector data helps the engine calibrator dial in the best tune possible in the shortest amount of time. Without this data the tuner is relying solely on air/fuel data and his best guess.
The most up to date data is supplied via the DeatschWerks web-site. In addition to the calibration summaries and injector characterizations, several useful online tools are hosted to help owners choose the right size for their application.
DeatschWerks designs their injectors application specific, as a result upgrading our injectors was a simple and straight forward swap. The nice thing on Coyote engines is that there is far less in the way when performing an injector swap than on previous fuel injected Mustangs. This makes accessing the injectors easier.
The entire swap takes less than an hour and involves simply disconnecting the factory injectors, relieving fuel pressure in the system and removing the fuel rail and injector safety clips. The reassembly is the exact reverse, just replacing the old injectors with the units from DeatschWerks.
Post-install we worked with Brenspeed to update our tune, and ensure that Project Silver Bullet was ready to best utilize the new DeatschWerks injectors. As we get ready to ratchet the up the horsepower further, it’s nice to know that the injectors we have now will be able to take the demand as we begin our quest for faster ET’s.
Upgrading our injectors from the stock units to the new higher flowing, higher output ones form DeatschWerks will allow us to push the power limits of our stock 5.0 Coyote engine without worrying about a lean condition causing a catastrophic failure. At the same time we can maintain comfortable drivability that makes our car easy to live with on a daily basis.
On the street and at idle we can’t tell there are big injectors on board, there is no discernible difference between the car’s idle or cruising characteristics. It’s when we crank the horsepower up that we can take advantage of the additional fuel, and that is the difference we’re looking for.
Article from StangTV: http://www.stangtv.com