stroke engines. It is called PFI or Peroxide Fuel Injection. This
technology has been introduced to the Snowmobile industry and could possibly
find its way to marine applications. The system has a small stainless steel
tank that holds off the shelf Hydrogen Peroxide and naturally hoses which
connect to the engine. The hydrogen Peroxide is injected along with the air
and fuel/oil mix. From what I have read it is suppose to provide a cleaner
burn of fuel compared to exhisting technology. They tested this setup on a
2 stoke, oil injected 670 cc Rotax Snowmobile engine and said it is produce
increased performance. More HP and more Torque!!!! When the bottle is full
it provides the users about (If I remember correctly) 400 to 450 miles of
use before it needs a refill.
Has anyone else ever heard of it? I wonder if this technology will find it
way to marine applications.