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Induction systems, particularly on carbureted piston engines, are susceptible to the frozen ghost.
Unlike older, carbureted cars, today's fuel-injection engines don't require a long warm-up time or use much gas to restart.
The product is compatible with all two-cycle, four-cycle, fuel-injected, direct-injected, turbo and carbureted engines, and comes packaged in Rislone's EZ Nozzle bottle, which opens the fuel system safety door and allows the additive to flow in smoothly.
They had spark plugs for carbureted engines and fuel-injected engines.
The Mini 1275 GT was a single SU carbureted engine, whilst the 1300 GT was, I recall, a twin SU (inch and a quarter) carbureted engine as standard before any modifications which might have followed.
The engine is air-cooled and comes with an oil cooler and is carbureted. I know that newer technology is more fuel efficient and powerful but it's also more complex.
In the case of gasoline engines, the HCCI combustion had been observed and was found responsible for the "after-run"/"run-on" phenomenon that many drivers had experienced with their carbureted gasoline engines in the sixties and seventies, when a spark ignition engine continued to run after the ignition was turned off [1].
EFI optimizes the air/fuel ratio for reduced fuel consumption, longer runtimes, fewer emissions and superior performance compared to carbureted models.
The Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) option with the Bobcat 250 also reduces fuel use by as much as 27 percent compared to carbureted models, notes the company.
To fit the long, swept front-end styling, Randy settled on a carbureted air-cooled 1,800-cu.-in.
There are some carbureted pipeline engines, but these make up a very small percentage of the older engines.
In addition to the release of the new fuel injection hoses, the Barricade line for carbureted automobiles and small-engine/off-highway applications has added two new diameters to provide 96 percent coverage of current standard fuel hose sales.
With carbureted engines, it's a good idea to run them dry so that fuel does not sit in the bowl for months, allowing it a chance to gum up--just detach the fuel hose and let the motor run at idle until it stops.