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What does WOT stand for?
WOT stands for Wide Open Throttle
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The six-speed transaxle benefits include smaller steps between ratios which change the engine speed less, resulting in shifts that feel smoother, a higher numerical first gear that launches the minivan more briskly than a four- or five-speed transaxle and wide open throttle kickdown shifts that engage at a slightly higher ratio to provide needed acceleration with less engine flare.
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Because the size, shape, and timing of the spray can be duplicated from cycle to cycle, Mercury Marine's DFI system is extremely fuel efficient -- 10-percent better at wide open throttle, 30-to-40-percent better in the mid-range, and as high as 80-percent better at idle than current two-stroke capabilities.
This is particularly true in the harsh European environment of maximum vehicle speed driving and long wide open throttle accelerations.
These vehicles could exhibit a condition that could allow the throttle cam lever to disengage from the throttle drive shaft allowing the engine to go to wide open throttle.