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|Application:||BRC Sequent until 2009|
The Original IN03 MY09R injector from MTM, which was used before 2009 in the BRC gas systems.
Original IN03 injector from MTM. It is used, among others, with the following LPG systems:
BRC Sequent until 2009
Size: Max/Orange (Label Color)
- Injector IN03 MY09R Max/Orange
- Bag with small parts (Sealing gaskets)
Number of homologation E13 67R-01 0223 Class 2
Warning: Please make sure that your current injectors also have a threaded connection at the output. To avoid confusion, you can send us in advance a photo of built-in injectors via email.
|Super Max Type||Aspirated||-||-||47HP/cyl.||47HP/cyl.|
Background information regarding problem with gas injectors:
In most cases the problem is caused by the fact that the injectors are contaminated with paraffin (oils and greases from the LPG). The filter in front of the injectors must ensure that the injectors do not contaminate quickly. This filter will eventually become saturated and must be replaced every 20,000 km. If the filter is not replaced, the paraffin will no longer be trapped and end up in the injectors.
It is not the case that the injectors leak or do not open anymore. But the opening and closing time are no longer correct. The injectors remain open longer than they should (with dynamic behavior), which means that too much fuel is being dosed. (too rich mixture)
The injectors will then deviate, especially with short injection times (low engine load). The engine is going to run messy and there are too large differences between the injectors. Cleaning the injectors often makes no sense, because there is often too much wear in the injector occurred, as a result of which the guide of the plunger (sealing disk) no longer has the right fit. The plunger does not go smoothly and lord, but goes up and down stumbling and wobbling.
If the injectors are replaced without replacing the filter, the new injectors will soon become dirty again. (read symptom control, no long-term solution)