Distribution performance

Distribution performance is one type of gasoline performance.
When the throttle valve opening degree is increased to accelerate, the amount of air supplied from the carburetor will increase immediately. However, if volatility is poor, gasoline will not be vaporized immediately, preventing a good air-fuel mixture from being obtained quickly.
This means that the air-fuel mixture will be temporarily diluted, which may result in engine stop in extreme cases.
The same applies to distribution in that, if volatility is poor, a portion of the gasoline distributed to each cylinder will remain in liquid form, making uniform distribution difficult. This will cause the horsepower generated by each cylinder to be uneven, which reduces efficiency.

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