OK, here's some info if you ever get your injectors cleaned. Make sure you have a running engine you can put them back into soon.
I dropped them off at lunch and picked them up after work. Quick service, you gotta admit that.
So anyway, as I was leaving, the guy commented something about I know you won't be going for a ride soon but you can at least run your engine right?
"Um, no, my engine is spread all across my garage."
"Oh, well, try to keep the injectors in the sealed bag and indoors."
I guess the cleaning solvent could clog up the injector if it dries out. He did say that if they act up, just to bring them back and he'll re-clean them for free.
Another thing, they couldn't run the 51 injectors in their flow bench since they are so small. My buddy just did a set out of a gsxr1000 but I guess they are a different size. He still was able to clean them and replace the fuel filter in them. All for the grand total of $9 per injector.
I would have been nice to see the flow pattern and all but the important things was to get them cleaned.