RC Fuel Injection
Direct injection has become increasingly popular among vehicle manufacturers because it can accurately deliver a specific measurement of fuel in the combustion chamber. But, like port injectors, they can become clogged. In addition to fuel-related obstruction, direct injector tips can become contaminated with carbon from combustion events.
RC explains that it starts by flowing the injectors at a fuel pressure of up to 300 bar (depending on system requirements) and documenting the results.
In the process, all components subject to wear (O-rings, seals, filters, etc.) are replaced. The reconditioned injector is then flowed again to determine the volume and evaluate the spray pattern.