I am not so sure why, but I was thinking of doing that since it is cheaper because you can find used stock injectors for really cheap, but if you don't have stand alone ECU or something like that, it is really hard to setup, right? I am not sure how it works, but I will find out.
I saw it on many race cars while my trip here in Germany(I went to lots of auto museums) and they have them, and my guess is that 2 injector will atomize the fuel more efficiently than the just 1 injector, so you will have more complete burn..
I think.. because if you think about it, it doesn't matter how big the injector is, it will have somewhat similar area that the fuel is touching to the air. so that it will have better atomisation effect?
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