What Is FSI Engine?

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An FSI engine refers to an engine that has the fuel injected directly into the cylinders. The abbreviation FSI stands for Fuel Stratified Injection which is a normally aspirated petrol direct injection system where the petrol is directly injected in to the cylinder. The FSI engine is technically a high end version of GDI engine.
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