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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Alfa Romeo MiTo Car News Review, Veloce 135 MultiAir

Alfa Romeo MiTo Car News Review, Veloce 135 MultiAir
As with all the brilliant engineering solutions, Multiair MiTo offers a clear answer comes from the same people, the common rail injection, a pioneer of the 156th Most engines have a cam, which is the mechanical connection between the crankshaft and valve - you can make it more complicated with variable valve timing, but could not until now it is time that the valves, regardless of the cam. If you need a performance cam, you had to leave the valve open for longer term - Penalty for full throttle, but you would be wasting gas in normal use.

You do not often need to think of Alfa Romeo as head of the technical world of automobiles. More Versace, the other from any Brunel. But not with the Mito - it is the least pretty Alfa Multiair and with new engines, it is now six of the most advanced techniques.

Alfa Romeo What do you define a hydraulic connection between the electronic control valves and cams that you continuously variable valve timing, because the electronics of the camera, replaced the brain of valves. Does all the work in the cam is Multiair exhaust valves and supply the hydraulic system. Well, if you use the throttle, you do not work, press a butterfly in the throttle body, you control valves on the ECU. Multiair must generate pressure losses, valves, and did everything fell flexible and efficient.

The MiTo is a 1.4-liter turbo that produced decent (133bhp and £ 133 m is), but is also capable of evolving to be back, so that CO2 and MPG is better. It works astoundingly. The official figures are 50.7mpg and 129g/km, and to Bothar impressive for gasoline, even if it is little and the capacity is about 10 percent better than the "normal" engines. NOx emissions fall from a jump of 60 percent. By the way, even though the MiTo was less than six year for all at the bar with units of gasoline at low power Multiair be replaced - 104bhp, 167bhp and six of them.

You can not feel any difference, apart from the turbo. As the pressure drops were removed, it does not increase much pressure, which means lag is nonexistent. Alfa has patented the technology this time - not with Common-Rail and see how pervasive that was. If the reaction of an engineering friend of mine, all is grace, Multiair will position the same way.

Alfa Romeo MiTo Car News Review, Veloce 135 MultiAir

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