TFSI stands for turbo-charged fuel stratified injection - a system developed for Audi's record breaking assault on the Le Mans crown several years ago.
What does FSI stand for?
FSI stands for Fuel Stratified Injection
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TFSI stands for turbocharged fuel stratified injection - a system developed for Audi's record breaking assault on the Le Mans crown several years ago.
The larger petrol engine has advanced fuel stratified injection, another Audi invention which was primarily for its Le Mans record breaking R8 sports car.
The petrol engine uses fuel stratified injection, or FSI, to create optimum combustion, while the diesel is the first to use a four-valve cylinder head and high-pressure injection to pump out 140bhp.
The mighty engine in the RS uses Audi's fuel stratified injection system (FSI) which was originally developed for its record breaking run of Le Mans victories.
That is a characteristic of the FSI engine which stands for fuel stratified injection and was developed by Audi primarily for use in its record-breaking Le Mans sports cars.
The petrol engine uses fuel stratified injection, or FSI, to create optimum combustion, while the diesel is the first to use a four valve cylinder head and high pressure injection to pump out 140bhp.
The FSI - Fuel Stratified Injection unit - is billed as a petrol engine without a drink problem and I have to agree that the number of miles you can squeeze out of an A4 2.