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The startup hopes to replace carburetors in scooters and motorcycles with small fuel injectors — a technology already used in cars and busses. To transition the technology to smaller engines, picoSpray has managed to cut out components of the injector to make it smaller and less expensive.
Fast Company’s Eric Sofge sees a bright future for picoSpray, but notes the company still needs to raise capital and prepare for large-scale production, having this far only developed prototypes.
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