Standard® is the aftermarket’s fuel system leader, offering the most complete, new, not reman, GDI program in the industry. Everything needed for a complete repair.
Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) is the fastest growing fuel segment, with more than half the U.S. Fleet equipped with GDI engines. As the aftermarket’s fuel-injection and fuel-system leader, Standard® offers the most complete new, not reman, GDI program – GDI Fuel Injectors, GDI High-Pressure Fuel Pumps, GDI Fuel Feed Lines, GDI O-Rings, Gaskets, Seal Kits, GDI Service Kits, Camshaft Followers and more!
Let's take a closer look at Standard's FJ217 (Chevy/GMC Truck, 2019-14) to learn why this a premium GDI fuel injector.
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.
Included retaining clip keeps the injector in position while protecting against vibration.
Additional O-rings and umbrella seals are included to ensure a trouble-free install.
Optimal fuel injection performance takes quality components, expert manufacturing and extensive testing. And that’s precisely what Standard delivers.
Take GDI injectors, for example. 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, NEW gas injectors that will deliver optimal performance and longevity.
In 2023, Standard® Blue Streak® launched its new line of Direct Injection High-Pressure Fuel Pump Kits. These new Direct Injection High-Pressure Fuel Pump Kits simplify fuel pump replacements by including everything needed for a complete repair:
When replacing or servicing GDI injectors, new O-rings and seals are required. You should never reuse O-rings and seals from an injector you are replacing.