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fuel injection in Motor vehicles topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfuel injectionˈfuel inˌjection noun [uncountable]  TTCa method of putting liquid fuel directly into an engine, which allows a car to accelerate more quickly
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fuel injectionHe would outlaw tuning kit like Dynojet's Power Commander, which alters fuel injection and engine management systems.The bike, launched in 1996, was intended to revolutionise two-strokes thanks to Bimota's direct fuel injection technology.A replacement policy for fuel injection pumps.Mechanically the entry level Polos remain the same, bar the adoption of fuel injection.All of the Corsa autos, in fact, use the 1.4i single point fuel injection engine.Voxan's V-twin uses a Magneti Marelli sequential fuel injection system, similar to that used on the 996.This allows the fuel injection system to be re-mapped to suit the capacity.Again, a full engine management system monitors performance and controls the fuel injection and ignition systems.