I, Deatschwerks, and Beyond Redline
are not responsible for you or your car. You take the install at your own risk. It should be done by a professional!
It should also be stated that I do not have any professional knowledge of the automotive arts, just a bit of research that led me to write this. Do enjoy and Procced at your own risk!
I also gave permission to Beyond Redline to share this DIY guide with their customers.
Furthermore, Beyond Redline and Deatcshwerks did not ask me to write this DIY Guide, I just simply chose to do it.
How to Install your new Fuel Injectors:
Inspect your new injectors for cracks, dents, chips etc. Read the pamphlet included. It will explain that you need to check numbers to verify they were tested or something to that nature.
Fuel Injectors (Deatschwerks
used in this DIY).
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T
12mm and 10mm sockets
Pliers (or multi-tool)
Something I forgot?
In my research I have read that one can potentially release a lot of pressure stored within the fuel rod. To relive this pressure it is recommended to not run your car for a few hours (overnight perhaps). And then open up the fuel door. It has also been said that on some cars (I did not look) there is a pressure release button on the fuel rod, and one person even said you can pull the pumps fuze and get it to drain itself. For me, I just didn't run her and opened the fuel door. The octane hardly dripped out.
Now, start pulling the injectors from the fuel rod. This is also where you need eye protection.
Do not brutalize these clips, you may need them if you ever flash back to stock.
Allow to air dry, do not put away yet. Fuel will evaporate (cleaning them more or less). Do not eat the fuel injectors, even though they look yummy. Keep them for whenever you must return to stock. Clean them up and tuck them away.
Re-Connect all the things you disconnected and put it all back in place. Utilize common sense powers if anything was forgotten or missed in this write up.
Also, take a bit of time to wipe the engine bay clean. Especially if you squirted fuel everywhere.
You must have a re-tune to utilize new fuel injectors.
Turn the car to the on mode (on push button, don't engage the clutch and push the button 2x). Let the car get familiar with the new injectors. Idk what it does, but I have read you need to do this. Flashing my car during this phase seemed to do the trick.
I have read on these forums that some people who already have these injectors have noticed they cause the car to start up weird (trouble turning over initially). To alleviate a long start up, turn the car to the on position for a moment and then crank the engine.
If they float between the rod and the engine - make sure they are tightest on the engine. (You'll understand when you reach this point).
Enjoy fellow GenCoupers 8)
Thank you Beyond Redline
for my tune and injectors