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fuel injection

Syllabification: fu·el in·jec·tion

Definition of fuel injection in English:

noun

The direct introduction of fuel under pressure into the combustion units of an internal combustion engine.
Example sentences
  • To this the students may add the options of turbocharger or supercharger, carburetor or fuel injection with electronic engine management.
  • The diesel uses second-generation common rail diesel injection and incorporates computer-controlled fuel injection and high pressure directly into the combustion chamber.
  • Consider a bike with shaft drive, a 6-speed gearbox, Bosch fuel injection and moderate, ride-all-day ergonomics.

Derivatives

fuel-injected

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adjective
Example sentences
  • Dubbed the V - 2 / 90, the engine is a fuel-injected, four-stroke, 90-degree V-twin modular design with balance shafts.
  • Most fuel-injected cars will cut off the fuel supply to the engine while you slow down saving you even more gas.
  • Here was a car that had a big practical boot at the back and a fuel-injected 110 bhp engine at the front.

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