Fuel Injected

Some articles on fuel injected, fuel:

Much Music Video Awards - Records
... Moka Only (4 in 2002) Best Director, "Fuel Injected" VideoFACT Award, "Fuel Injected" Best Independent Video, "Fuel Injected" MuchVibe Best Rap Video ...
Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) - Engines - Petrol/gasoline
1,970 cc) (70 bhp/51 kW) (Serial # CU or CV) air-cooled, twin Solex 34 PDSIT-2/3 carburettor or fuel injected (Bosch L-Jetronic, USA models) flat-four in the 1980 to 1983 ... system known as Bosch "Digifant I" which now digitally managed ignition timing as well as fuel delivery ... cc) (165 bhp) VW-Oettinger Wasserboxer, fuel injected ...
Alfa Romeo 75 - Technical Features
... engines, a 2.0 litre intercooled turbodiesel made by VM Motori, and a 2.5 litre fuel injected V6. 75 Turbo was introduced, which featured a fuel-injected 1779 cc twin-cam engine using Garrett T3 turbocharger, intercooler and oil cooler ... With fuel injection and variable valve timing this engine produced 148 PS (109 kW 146 hp) ...
Triumph Tiger 955i
... successor of the visually similar 885 cc Tiger T709 (1999–2000) which was also fuel injected but with a different engine, 855 instead of 955 ... for its use of plastic as a material for its fuel tank ... Tiger Models Overview Year Model Type General 1993–1998 T400 885 cc 1999–2000 T709 885 cc, Fuel injected 2001–2006 T709EN (955i) 955 cc, Fuel injected since 1050. 1,050 cc, Fuel injected ...

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