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Are they making them like they used to Today as we peer into the twenty-first century technology is at its prime We biologically create life travel to new worlds and even create new ones within cyberspace Yet we do not forget the past Even today in this technological empire we have created I still hear the nostalgic words from my father They sure dont make them like they used to And in many cases he is correct Together my father and I are in a process of restoring a 1968 Chevy Camaro Many times we have discussed the controversy of whether or not the 350 cubic inch engine should be equipped with todays computerized electronic fuel injection system or the traditional carbureted system I argue with my father that todays EFI Electronic Fuel Injection system is the wave of the future and the only way to go but the old man continually reminds me of the way things used to be when he was young Despite the outstanding performance of carbuated cars on the racetrack I believe that the future of the automotive world lies in computer controlled fuel injection systems In order to understand the benefits of carburetors and fuel injectors one must understand what they do The carburetor is quite simply a fuel-metering device that operates under the logical and straightforward laws of physics It has evolved over the years from a very simple and basic design to the complex and intricate models that are available today Liquid fuel will not burn it has to become vaporized by the carburetor before combustion can occur If fuel is not vaporized then the liquid will travel through the car and out the exhaust Once vaporized the correct fuelair ratio must be obtained to burn properly Fuel is discharged through 12 holes located in exactly the correct position in the venturi resulting a finely atomized mist similar to that of a paint gun
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