How fuel injection brought fuel delivery out of the 1800s
In the 150-year history of the modern automobile, there has been a multitude of fuel delivery variations from the evaporative canister of the 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen to the highly-computerized fuel injection of current production cars. The new technology allows for more efficiency and power than ever before, but do the manufactures have it all figured out perfectly? Not quite, as explained by Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained.
Although I enjoyed this piece I would have liked a much longer presentation dealing with the development of better carburetors, then to the early throttle-body injection systems, then to port injection, and finally to direct. If someone can suggest such a treatise I would appreciate it.