In a direct injection engine, the intake manifold's main job is to equally deliver air or the combustion mixture to each cylinder head's intake port (s). To maximize the engine's performance and efficiency, an even distribution is crucial.
An inlet manifold, also known as an intake manifold, is a component of an engine that provides the fuel/air mixture to the cylinders.
An exhaust manifold, on the other hand, gathers exhaust gases from several cylinders into fewer pipes, sometimes only one.
The intake manifold's principal role is to equally distribute the combustion mixture or merely air to each intake port in the cylinder head in a direct injection engine (s). Even distribution is essential for optimizing engine efficiency and performance.
Every vehicle with an internal combustion engine has an intake manifold, which plays a crucial role in the combustion process.
The intake manifold allows the internal combustion engine, which is intended to run on three timed components, air mixed fuel, spark, and combustion, to breathe. The intake manifold, which is composed of a series of tubes, ensures that the air entering the engine is delivered evenly to all of the cylinders. This air is required during the initial stroke of the combustion process.
The intake manifold also assists in cylinder cooling, keeping the engine from overheating. The manifold directs coolant to the cylinder heads, where it absorbs heat and decreases engine temperature.
Name：High Performance Intake Manifold
Product Type：Intake Manifold
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