Fuel injectors serve as the primary fuel delivery system in modern internal combustion engines. They atomize fuel and spray the mixture into the combustion chamber with a nozzle and a valve. The pressure needed to inject the fuel itself comes from the fuel pump as it is pressurized in the fuel rail. Ensure your fuel injectors are functioning properly by replacing or upgrading your standard fuel injectors to prevent loss in power output and fuel efficiency.
In order to maintain the proper amount of pressure on the fuel as it moves from the fuel pump into the fuel rail, a fuel pressure regulator is needed. Without the proper amount of pressure, the fuel injectors aren't able to atomize the fuel properly, resulting in a loss of power output. Keep your engine running the best it can with upgrades to your pressure regulators.
Fuel filters prevent dirt, debris, and other contaminants from entering the combustion chamber by filtering the fuel out before it reaches the fuel rail. The fuel pump delivers the fuel from the tank to the rest of the fuel system, pumped and delivered under high pressure for maximum power output. If the fuel pump is malfunctioning, fuel isn't able to be delivered to the combustion chamber. Replace your fuel pump before it causes problems for your fuel system, and keep your engine running at its best.
Propane injection functions much the same for diesel engine systems as nitrous oxide functions in gasoline engine systems. Propane injection is able to deliver a temporary performance boost to your diesel system, increasing power and torque as well as improving fuel efficiency and reducing emissions. Be sure to get the best performance out of your diesel engine with an upgrade to a propane injection system.