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    Injector Upgrade

    Recently purchased injectors for my R1100GS from the Injector Shop, they were described as ďplug and playĒ. What I didnít realize was these injectors are encapsulated by a rubber jacket so it appears snap-ring pliers will be required to remove the jacket from the old injectors and installed on the new injectors.

    Is there anything else Iím missing before I purchase snap-ring pliers (Iím on the road and donít pack the pliers)? Thanks for input!
    Charlie
    Charlie P.
    1992 R100R
    1996 R1100GS

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    Quote Originally Posted by 174713 View Post
    Recently purchased injectors for my R1100GS from the Injector Shop, they were described as ďplug and playĒ. What I didnít realize was these injectors are encapsulated by a rubber jacket so it appears snap-ring pliers will be required to remove the jacket from the old injectors and installed on the new injectors.

    Is there anything else Iím missing before I purchase snap-ring pliers (Iím on the road and donít pack the pliers)? Thanks for input!
    Charlie
    The seller shipped the incorrect injectors and does not have an upgrade for my bike. However there is a seller mentioned on ADVRIDER in this links: https://advrider.com/f/threads/1200g...rooom.1181054/
    Charlie P.
    1992 R100R
    1996 R1100GS

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    If you are in the U.S. try Fuel Injector Rehab. I just replaced the injectors in my '03 R11S.

    Frank
    '17 R1200RS, '03 R1100S BCR#6/200, '85 K100/1100RS, '16 R1200RS (gone) '11 R1200RT (gone) '05 R1200ST (gone) '99 R1100S (gone) '96 Ducati 900SS/SP (gone) '92 K100RS (gone) 500,000+ BMW miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by 174713 View Post
    The seller shipped the incorrect injectors and does not have an upgrade for my bike. However there is a seller mentioned on ADVRIDER in this links: https://advrider.com/f/threads/1200g...rooom.1181054/
    I bought that kit for my 1100 and it was as described in the linked thread, and was indeed "plug and play" - the kit came with everything needed to adapt the new style injectors. I was very happy with the outcome; the only downside if you are on the road is that the vendor is in Germany and shipping was a couple weeks as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzeitz View Post
    I bought that kit for my 1100 and it was as described in the linked thread, and was indeed "plug and play" - the kit came with everything needed to adapt the new style injectors. I was very happy with the outcome; the only downside if you are on the road is that the vendor is in Germany and shipping was a couple weeks as I recall.
    I did this one runs better and smoother at speed.

    https://www.tills.de/product-47.html
    1999 Triumph Tiger & 1994 R1100RS

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    Tills

    Quote Originally Posted by roninbuffalo View Post
    I did this one runs better and smoother at speed.

    https://www.tills.de/product-47.html
    I used those injectors on a 1999 R1100RT and the performance upgrade was pretty good! Easy to install and the acceleration difference was pretty amazing.

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