1991-11-01

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.

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