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  • Q. What is the difference between FI(Fuel injector) and Carburetor - Pulsar 220 F?

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    Sainik
    Sainik | 1 year ago

    In carbureted engines, the fuel/air mixture meets in the carburetor. The mixture then goes to each cylinder through the air intakes. In the fuel injected engine, the fuel and air do not mix until they reach the cylinder. Since fuel injection systems shoot fuel directly into the cylinders, they are easier to flood (too much fuel) when starting. For this reason, starting procedures for fuel injected engines vary a good bit depending on the aircraft/engine combination. Carbureted engines undoubtedly take less talent to get started

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    Simanta
    Simanta | 2 years ago

    A carburetor introduces an atomised fuel stream into the engine intake: A Fuel injector is a mechanically or electrically controlled spray nozzle that shoots the fuel charge into the intake...or directly into each of the engine cylinders via an individual injector. This variant is known as direct fuel injection.

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    Chandramauli
    Chandramauli | 1 year ago

    Fuel injection atomizes the fuel through a small nozzle under high pressure, while a carburetor relies on suction created by intake air accelerated through a Venturi tube to draw the fuel into the airstream.

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