I know its not exactly new, but I was reading some tech bits about the JTS engine. Understand that it uses its Jet Thrust Stoichiometric system to "spray" fuel at low revs, up to 1500rpm, before acting like a conventional fuel injection engine after. This apparently has the added advantage of better fuel efficiency and cleaner emissions.
However, this got me thinking - how does it then help achieve a 10% power increase - comparing the 2.0 Twin Spark engines 150hp to the 2.0JTS 165hp?
Also, seeing that the JTS are now the default engines:
Does it also employ twin sparks?
Does it drink as much oil as the TS?
Does it inevitably suffer the variator dead syndrome?
Is it also prone to cambelt failure?