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Old 07-11-2021, 06:14 AM
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Actually, OEMs open the injector shortly after closing the intake valve so the fuel boils to a vapor on the back side of a closed valve. THIS gives 100% atomization and minimum emissions at low speed.

Also, near max HP high rpm, the injector if not grossly oversized is open 75% duty cycle. the intake valve is only open ~30% of the time.

Port will give a much better idle quality and drivability, but a TBI actually can produce a tiny bit more top end power because the wet fuel in the manifold evaporating gives a cooling effect to the intake charge, like in a carb. Carbed engines can make a few more horsest han port injected, all other things equal.
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