The most advanced, precise gasoline fuel injectors for GDI, Multi-Port, TBI and more
With unmatched coverage, Standard® Fuel Injectors are meticulously designed, manufactured and tested to ensure consistent reliability and performance.
Precision engineering means a commitment to flow and spray pattern matching and strict requirements for flow rates to deliver better fuel economy and emissions.
We use multiple tip shapes and multiple inserts to match OE-style spray patterns to ensure positive control of fuel delivery for maximum performance and service life.
Stainless steel calibration slide and spring assembly prevents corrosion within fuel control body leading to extended service life
High-temp Viton® O-rings enable prolonged sealing of injector under extreme heat conditions
Precision-wound and trimmed solenoid windings allow computer to command efficient fuel delivery
Let’s look at GDI injectors. Most GDIs can’t be remanufactured because they cannot be disassembled to replace worn and failed components.
Yet several aftermarket companies offer GDI reman programs. The problem is the injector isn’t rebuilt, it’s only cleaned. The internal components are more likely to fail sooner.
That’s why we only offer pristine 100% New gas injectors that will deliver optimal performance and longevity.
We perform initial life-cycle validation and 100% end-of-line testing. What’s more, we subject our fuel injectors to more than 35 different tests and inspections including endurance, spray pattern, thermal cycles, vibration, shock load, and more.
You can count on precision quality, enhanced performance, extra durability and 100% consistent product reliability.
To differentiate our fuel injectors from the competition, we subject our fuel injectors to the following quality-control steps:
Our fuel injectors are designed to meet stringent requirements for both Dynamic and Static flow rates. Injectors that meet both tolerances prevent rough idle, high fuel consumption and poor emissions.
Spray Pattern Matching
We use multiple tip shapes for pintle design and multiple inserts for disc design to match OE-style spray patterns. As a result, our injectors ensure positive control of fuel delivery for maximum performance and fuel economy.
When one fuel injector fails (especially on a high-mileage vehicle), you should replace all of the injectors with a full new set. That’s because one worn out fuel injector means the other injectors have been subjected to the same extreme wear and tear.
If you only replace the worn-out injector, you risk creating fuel imbalance. High-mileage injectors have unmatched spray patterns that increase fuel consumption, whereas new injectors have evenly matched spray patterns that increase fuel economy.
In the long run, the most cost-effective repair is to replace the full set of injectors.
For more than 100 years, when the OE failed, technicians have trusted Standard® and Blue Streak® to deliver a part that’s equal to or better than the original it’s replacing.