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Injector Dynamics

1700.18.01.48.14.4

Injector Dynamics 1700cc Injectors Top-Feed Conversion - Subaru STi 2004-2006

Plug And Play Adapters

Designed as an all fuel compatible injector, the ID1700 for your EJ20 or EJ25 Powered Subaru 2002-2014 WRX, 2007+ STI, 2007-2013 Forester XT / Legacy GT is capable of very high flow rates whether you are pushing e85 or gasoline to your boosted/high horsepower engine. The ID1700 was designed to fill the gap between the ID1300 and the ID2000, and like the ID1300, it features corrosion resistant internals making it compatible with all known automotive fuels.

Designed as an all fuel compatible injector, the ID1700 for your 2004-2006 Subaru STI is capable of very high flow rates whether you are pushing e85 or gasoline to your boosted/high horsepower engine. The ID1700 was designed to fill the gap between the ID1300 and the ID2000, and like the ID1300, it features corrosion resistant internals making it compatible with all known automotive fuels.

Features

  • Capable of very high flow rates
  • Stainless Internals
  • Broad Operating Range - 1725cc/min at 3 bar to 2640cc/min at 7 bar.

Benefits

  • Compatible with Methanol/Ethanol/All Known Hydrocarbon Fuels.
  • Does not require extended linearity at low flow rates
  • Narrow Spray Pattern - minimal wall wetting promotes quick response and smooth running.

Please Note:

  • The ID1700 will deliver flawless stoichiometric idle and cruise mixtures on E85, but like the ID2000, should not be expected to do so on gasoline.

 

FEATURES:

  • Capable of very high flow rates
  • Stainless Internals
  • Broad Operating Range - 1725cc/min at 3 bar to 2640cc/min at 7 bar.

BENEFITS:

  • Compatible with Methanol/Ethanol/All Known Hydrocarbon Fuels.
  • Does not require extended linearity at low flow rates
  • Narrow Spray Pattern - minimal wall wetting promotes quick response and smooth running.

Please Note:

  • The ID1700 will deliver flawless stoichiometric idle and cruise mixtures on E85, but like the ID2000, should not be expected to do so on gasoline.


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