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GM engineers spent over 10 million hours creating the Next Gen technology. Every millimeter of the combustion system was carefully designed to support the most ideal combination of direct injection, active fuel management and variable valve timing, making the most of power, torque and efficiency.
Direct injection technology moves the point where fuel feeds into an engine closer to the point where it ignites, enabling greater combustion efficiency. It fosters a more complete burn of the fuel in the air-fuel mixture, and it operates at a lower temperature than conventional port injection. That allows the mixture to be leaner, so less fuel is required to produce the equivalent horsepower of a conventional, port injection fuel system. Direct Injection and cylinder head design allow increased compression ratio. The 11.0:1 compression ratio has a greater thermal efficiency than previous engines. Higher thermal efficiency like direct injection means better brake specific fuel consumption.
Kodiak GEN V engines utilize the new MEFI 7 ECM. MEFI 7 is the latest in the line of robust electronic engine management from GM.
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