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Both injectors should be spraying the same amount on that system. Confirm your fuel pressure is correct if so then you need an injector. It's possible it's the wiring to that injector but not likely. You can confirm that by swapping the wires going to the two injectors. If the problem stays on the same injector then it's that injector for sure.
There are advantages, but also disadvantages to using a smaller turbocharged engine with a higher power output. The pro's of smaller, turbocharged engines: When not on boost (below e.g. 3000RPM) the engine uses much less fuel. turbocharged engines have a flatter torque curve, meaning they're working closer to optimal level throughout a larger portion of ...
In addition to size, weight and fuel economy, a small, highly tuned engine is going to be much more ecologically friendly. This is because a large engine producing 350 bhp can do it without being highly tuned - fuel is unlikely to be fully burned, emissions will be higher than with a smaller engine which can burn fuel more fully.
There are several advantages to a lower displacement engine over a larger one. Firstly is weight, an engine of 2,000cc will weigh significantly less than a 3,000cc engine because it will have a smaller block, this in turn decreases inertia of moving parts (such as the cylinder head and cam shaft). Secondly we can factor in fuel economy, if an engine has ...
2 stroke engines as you know must have gasoline premixed with oil. This is because that oil actually poorly lubricates as the pistons fire constantly. In a four stroke engine every cylinder fires and then makes a full rotation getting lubricated via oil jackets and cooled by water jackets running up through the block and the head of the engine(on top of the ...
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