I have heard that revolutions per second effect has mileage negatively, but I haven’t heard by how much.
Is the relationship linear-ish (like with a little wiggle room for error)
Or is the relationship exponential? Like 6k RPMs use a lot more than 5.5k RPMs
If I had to guess, I would choose a mix of the two. Cause I believe a four stroke engine’s (1. in, 2. compress, 3. boom, 4. out) cylinder takes in fuel once per 4 strokes. But I could be wrong....I probably am. I also think that the “intake stroke(?)” can be adjusted by a computer if it so pleases. Is my research correct, flawed?
Any info or links would be nice and appreciated.