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carburated or How do carbureted and fuel injected engines compare in high altitude?

I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"What I found can be paraphrased as:

Carburetor means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburetors are cheaper.

So how does carburateddo carbureted planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especaillyespecially in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In the Maule M-9 series Which one is the "best" one for high alttitude long distance flying?

carburated or fuel injected?

I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"

So how does carburated planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especailly in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In the Maule M-9 series Which one is the "best" one for high alttitude long distance flying?

How do carbureted and fuel injected engines compare in high altitude?

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. What I found can be paraphrased as:

Carburetor means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburetors are cheaper.

So how do carbureted planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especially in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

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I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"

So how does carburated planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especailly in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In terms of these three planes.the Maule M-9 series Which one is the "best" one for high alttitude long distance flying?

I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"

So how does carburated planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especailly in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In terms of these three planes. Which one is the "best" one?

I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"

So how does carburated planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especailly in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In the Maule M-9 series Which one is the "best" one for high alttitude long distance flying?

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carburated or fuel injected?

I think this is simple enough.

I couldn't find enough information on the internet for this topic. It was simply "Carburator means easy engine start while fuel injected means manual fuel start up and carburators are cheaper!!!"

So how does carburated planes compare against the fuel injected ones for GA purposes especailly in long distance cold high altitude flights?

I looked for the M-9 Series and the specs doesn't reveal much.

So how do these engines compare? In particular... In terms of these three planes. Which one is the "best" one?