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fuel injectors

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Fuel injector.
High-pressure engine-driven pumps supplying fuel at high pressure to the combustion chambers of the engine, where it is atomized and ignites as it leaves the injection nozzle. Also known as an injection pump.
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In addition to manufacturing conventional 17 and 21 mm fuel injectors, Stanadyne also produces the 9.
We look forward to testing plasma-assisted fuel injectors and the improvements it can make in all areas of turbine performance.
Subsequent inspection found the number one cylinder's fuel injector broken in half.
BWD manufactures and distributes high technology critical components for late model vehicles including computerized engine controls, ignition coil-on-plug coils, ignition wire, emission components, EGR valves, fuel injectors and fuel system components, as well as a broad range of sensors, switches and relays.
The augmented need to reduce oil dependency and emissions from automotive vehicles is predicted to bolster market growth as it necessitates the adoption of fuel injectors by vehicle manufacturers.
If the fuel injectors were leaky, excess fuel may have diluted the oil, which collapsed the lifters.
There are four levels of kits, depending on the extent of repairs, but every level comes with oil and fuel filters, exhaust manifold sleeves, exhaust manifold studs, thermostats, hold-down bolts and O-ring seals for fuel injectors, and upper--and lower-level seals and gaskets.
Partially clogged fuel injectors can cause a laundry list of performance problems.
Business for fuel injectors & automotive parts booming
It is designed to keep the fuel injectors clean for optimal combustion and to give motorists more power for longer.
Louis, MO), is said to be applicable to components including valve bodies, fuel injectors, gears, and turbocharger housings.