This advanced and integrated electronic fuel injection system uses sophisticated control algorithm to realise the optimal air-fuel ratio so as to fulfil the Euro-IV Emission Standard. The system is able to calibrate different types of motorcycle engines through the tailor-made tuning software. The system is also equipped with advanced On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) and Bluetooth module to help the driver inspect the motorcycle operation status and diagnose the motorcycle faults for timely maintenance.
The scale of production and sales of motorcycles in China is huge. Most of the motorcycles are powered by traditional carburetor engines, which have low fuel efficiency and cause environmental pollution. With the release and implementation of the China IV Emission Standards and Euro-IV Emission Standards, which are more stringent, traditional carburetors cannot meet the new emission standards. In this regard, motorcycle manufacturers need to replace carburetors with electronic fuel injection systems. However, most of the motorcycle manufacturers in China rely on imported electronic fuel injection systems, which are costly and affect product competitiveness.
Automotive Platforms and Application Systems (APAS) R&D Centre was established in 2006 by the Innovation and Technology Commission of HKSAR Government and hosted by the Hong Kong Productivity Council. The Centre undertakes R&D programmes as well as commercialising R&D results in collaboration with industry, universities and technology institutes for the development of the APAS technology. Since its establishment, APAS R&D Centre has carried out over 100 R&D projects and focus on 3 R&D areas, Green Transportation, Smart Mobility and Intelligent Systems. To facilitate greater synergy and further enhance cost effectiveness, APAS is form part of the Hong Kong Productivity Council with effect from 1 Nov 2012.