Gasoline Port Fuel Injection

Gasoline Port Fuel Injection
  • Function

    With the Gasoline Port Fuel Injection system, the air-fuel mixture is formed outside the engine cylinder in the intake manifold. The injector sprays the fuel towards the intake valve. During the intake stroke, the downwards moving piston draws in the Air/Fuel mixture past the open intake valve and into the combustion chamber.

    The injectors are so dimensioned that the engine's fuel requirements are always complied with, irrespective of load or engine speed.

     
  • Customer benefits
    • Increased engine output
    • Maximum fuel savings
    • Reduced environmental loading
     
 
 

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