Monday, September 1, 1997

Fuel Injection Gasoline Engine

Unlike the EGI (electronic gasoline injection), the direct fuel injection gasoline engine only induces air from the air intake path while the fuel is injected directly into the cylinder. Through use of the lean-burn flow control mechanism, superior stratified combustion has been made possible under a wide range of driving conditions, bringing significant increases in fuel efficiency at every speed. The control logic has been improved to provide a quicker fuel supply in response to the opening and closing of the accelerator. This significantly improves acceleration and deceleration responsiveness.

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