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Otto Skorzeny #1483103 Thu Jan 12 2023 07:21 PM
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Jerry, you should install EFI on that crazy new engine you're building.

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Otto Skorzeny #1483117 Thu Jan 12 2023 08:45 PM
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Maybe- - - - -if I can figure out how to aim individual injectors at the back of every intake valve without creating coolant leaks in the cylinder head. It might be possible to use three injectors, one in each intake port, and cycle them once every turn of the crankshaft. That would be more efficient than a single throttle body injector that just dumps fuel at random into a plenum under the throttle plate like a carburetor does, and lets it find its own way to whatever valve opens next. There would be less opportunity for the fuel to fall out of suspension and puddle on the bottom of the manifold runners that way.

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