Fuel Economy Factors

Obviously, raising engine pressures results in peak cylinder pressure and maximized thermodynamic efficiency. However, between the piston and the cylinder head, the pressure can be detrimental to your valve seat. In achieving high fuel economy are you compromising on your material’s wear resistance properties? Perhaps the high cylinder pressure is causing reduced lubrication from exhaust byproducts. Excess fuel is critical in providing residual fuel to give you lubrication for your exhaust valve seats. If you are experiencing this, don’t worry—It’s an easy fix. Our complex alloy portfolio has you covered.

 

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