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Synonyms for fuel injection

mechanical system to inject atomized fuel directly into the cylinders of an internal-combustion engine

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A 748cc V-twin Kohler engine with electronic fuel injection powers it.
But tests have documented that 25 percent of the fuel-oil mix used in two-cycle engines that are carbureted or use electronic fuel injection passes through the engine unburned to help cooling.
The ElectroCam System is an electronic fuel injection system that includes the AutoBalancer 5000 System's In-Pulse fuel injection control and the system's Electronic Gas Admission Valves - replacing mechanically actuated gas admission valves and controlling the precise gas flow to each cylinder.
Also tempering the growth rate of industry output was the increasing number of installations of electronic fuel injection systems in place of conventional carburetor systems in new cars.
Powering the Wildcat 1000 X is a V-Twin, SOHC, liquid-cooled, 951cc, electronic fuel injection engine built to provide massive torque and maximum acceleration.
The vehicle is equipped with a 600cc inline-four engine with electronic fuel injection that delivers 82bhp at 11,500rpm and maximum torque of 55Nm at 10,500rpm, which is transmitted to the rear wheel via a six-speed transmission.
com/research/5xj2js/two_wheeler_fuel) has announced the addition of the "Two Wheeler Fuel Injection Systems Market by Technology (Carbureted Fuel Injection System, Electronic Fuel Injection System), by Engine Size, by Component and by Geography - Global Forecast and Analysis to 2019" report to their offering.
Electronic fuel injection, motors to be able to run on regular octane gasoline
8-litre engine was launched, which had electronic fuel injection.
In 1972, the company began production of an electronic fuel injection system that can more precisely control fuel injection.
The locomotives provide best in class fuel efficiency, as they have electronic fuel injection, which is superior to mechanical fuel injection, a 40-year-old technology used on previous locomotives.
5 litre 16-valve, VVT engine, equipped with electronic fuel injection, a specially designed sports exhaust system, a close ratio five-speed manual gearbox, sports tuned suspension and disc brakes all round.
5-litre four- cylinder unit boasting multi-port electronic fuel injection.
Both have two valves per cylinder and electronic fuel injection.
Powering the Wildcat 4 is a V-Twin, SOHC, liquid-cooled, 951cc, electronic fuel injection engine built to provide massive torque and improved acceleration.
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