Before we talk about the features of the two systems, it should be told of what a carburetor is different from the injector and on what basis they work. Carburetor and injector for internal combustion engines perform essentially the same task – to supply the fuel from the tank to the fuel rail, but do it in different ways. The engine carburetor air-fuel mixture is sucked into the combustion chamber due to the pressure difference between the atmosphere and the intake manifold on the motor that consumes part of the power, while the combustible mixture is injected directly into the combustion chamber in the injector unit. This injection is controlled electronically, what is one of the advantages of the injector. Electronic fuel injection system allows precise dosing quantity of mixture supplied to the combustion.
What are the advantages of the injector to the carburetor that led to rejection of the carburetor fuel supply systems? The main ones are: