When you inject propane upstream in the intake manifold air is displaced with gaseous fuel which further decreases power....
pmuller9":3145q6o4 said:If a turbo application narrows the threshold for lean condition I would want better control than using a diaphragm mixer.
Being limited to power is also not desirable.
Port injection gives far better control and removes the restrictions associated with a mixer.
Yes port injection is a lot more involved and costly but I feel it is worth it.
Port injection will also allow a variety of fuels to be used.
The EFI intake normally supports 150 hp and I'm confident it will handle 250 hp.benchracer":2xvlayu1 said:read it and got lost? looking to go propane 11 to 1 com. how much air(hp) will a efi manifold flow? Hope to use a ca300 mounted sideways