posted on Apr, 6 2003 @ 02:31 PM
There is almost no unburnt fuel going into the exhaust (into the converter) of a modern fuel injected car. "None" is the theoretical minimum of
unburnt fuel in the exhaust. For a carb to provide 7X the economy of a modern car, it would need to suck 85% of its fuel out of the air.
And the oil industry's ability to control the auto industry seems pretty fanciful. How does the oil industry keep the auto manufacturers in countries
that have no oil, such as Japan and Korea, from making higher milage cars? Oh, wait, they didn't. The Japanese pioneered mass market fuel injection,
multi-valve engines, and USA auto makers have adopted these design improvements to build much higher milage cars.