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Old 11-22-2017, 08:06 PM
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2019 Corvette ZR1.

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What a beast.. I think the most import tech on the car is the fact that it has dual fuel injections - direct and port. That would solved the problem coking on the intake valves on our LNF.
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Old 11-25-2017, 07:55 PM
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Unless its some cool new innovation (ie Teslas Semi truck) I've honestly stopped giving a flying **** about (insert x hp) gas powered "super car that looks like ever other "super car" car ill never be able to own.

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dual injection is nothing new. ford announced in 2015 they were testing it on a prototype 4.8l v8 that may eventually replace the 5.0l, and the 2017 ecoboost v6 has dual injection. the primary use is that it keeps the intake port clean.
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Toyota has had dual injection for a while. It really helps with off cycle emissions and cold starts.
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