Enerkit - mowes the costs
It's quite refreshing to write about a system like this one – not only is it not meant to be used on cars, but also it's neither a direct liquid state nor even a vapour state sequential LPG injection system. The machinery that can be converted with the Enerkit is commonly equipped with carbureted engines, at the same time frequently two-stroke ones. Neither of the features eliminates LPG conversion, since kits include replacement LPG carburetors installed between the air filter and the intake manifold. The producer doesn't specify the question of mixing motor oil into fuel in two-stroke engines.
However, the above is only true in relation to the Enerkit Basic model, designed for mono-fuel two- and four-stroke engines with a displacement of 20 to 450 cm3. The Enerkit Plus, on the other hand, is meant for mono- or bi-fuel engines of 250 up to 850 cm3 and features a mixer. The mono-fuel version, for OEM applications only, has a mixer integrated into the carburetor, while the bi-fuel one (for aftermarket applications) includes a traditional mixer, since the petrol carburetor remains fully functional. Both versions of the Enerkit system are already available.
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