Talking About Fuel Delivery Systems

Why Ethanol-Free Gas Is Better For Your Car

The use of ethanol in gasoline has a long and complex history in the United States. In 2005, the US government mandated that most of the gasoline sold in the country must contain a minimum of 10% ethanol.  This mandate was a response to concerns about oil dependence and climate change. However, it was also deeply controversial, especially since it seems likely to lower fuel mileage and could possibly damage engines. Read More 

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Talking About Fuel Delivery Systems

Hey everyone, my name is Crissy Paulo. I am excited to share my knowledge about fuel systems used for automotive applications. I will frequently talk about different ways to deliver the gas to the engine ranging from fuel distributors to direct injection. The carburetor was the first fuel delivery system I learned about, so I will talk about that one often. My site will also talk about common faults in these systems and ways to solve the problems. I hope you will use the information on my site to tackle problems in your fuel system or even perform some upgrades. I encourage you to visit my site often. Thank you.