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Thread: Idling efficienacy

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    No. It should be the same.[/QUOTE]

    The engine will be idling and consuming the minimum fuel if the throttle is closed at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abhijeet080808 View Post
    No. It should be the same.
    Quote Originally Posted by sudharma View Post
    No. It should be the same.
    The engine will be idling and consuming the minimum fuel if the throttle is closed at the same time.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks a lot guys!

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    When the Engine is in Idling there is minimal fuel supplied, I guess it makes no difference if the Clutch is engaged, It will still supply the same amount of fuel.

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