Application of a Low-Pressure Air-Assisted Fuel Injection System on Two-Stroke Motorcycle 911253
A low-pressure air-assisted fuel injection system had been applied to a 2-stroke motorcycle to reduce the fuel consumption and emissions. This system injected atomized fuel into cylinder through a nozzle located in cylinder wall and resulted in fuel economy and emission improvements. In the ECE40 test, the average fuel consumption and hydrocarbon emission of the fuel-injected motorcycle were reduced by 27.5% and 38.3% compared to the carburetor version.
James H. Wang, Huei-Huay Huang, Yu-Yin Peng, Rong-Fang Horng, Wen-Bin Wang
Industrial Technology Research Institute R.O.C.
Small Engine Technology Conference & Exposition