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Old 12-14-2008, 05:53 PM   #9
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the DI has a cooling effect on the air/fuel mixture - not to mention that the droplets are smaller so will provide a more even mixture - that will burn more evenly with less chance of knock. Its like having an inherent intercooler. At least, on paper. We won't know for sure till somebody straps a turbo/super up to one.
Volkswagen's latest 2.0 turbo engine is DI, I'm pretty sure. IIRC, the great thing about DI is that you can change when the fuel is injected, so you don't have to worry about knock; DI should be better than SFI for FI.

Sorry about the vagueness. I'd apologize for the heavy use of acronyms too, but that was necessary. You know, I could type a couple dozen more characters to spell out "forced induction", "direct injection", and "sequential fuel injection"...or I could type out this long-winded explanation instead. I mean, really, what would you do?
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