The Cushman Hauler is one of the vehicles that will have closed-loop electronic fuel injection (EFI) technology.
 - Photo courtesy of Textron

The Cushman Hauler is one of the vehicles that will have closed-loop electronic fuel injection (EFI) technology.

Photo courtesy of Textron

Textron Specialized Vehicles has introduced closed-loop electronic fuel injection (EFI) technology on all E-Z-GO RXV and TXT golf car models and for Cushman’s Hauler, Refresher, and Shuttle vehicles. Closed-loop EFI technology adjusts the fuel-to-air ratio in the engine to improve fuel economy, reduce engine service needs, and lower emissions, according to the company.

Closed-loop EFI technology uses an oxygen sensor to read exhaust levels, which enables sensors in the new engine to adjust the fuel-to-air ratio, delivering better engine performance. The new EFI technology increases the number of operating hours between service intervals, resulting in less maintenance. Exclusive sound-deadening techniques on the E-Z-GO TXT deliver a quieter driving experience for the operator and passenger. By installing an extended air intake hose, as well as sound-absorbing foam under the seat and rear-body access panels, engineers reduced engine noise and created a more pleasing engine pitch.

Closed-loop EFI is now available on all gas-powered E-Z-GO RXV and TXT vehicles, as well as Cushman Hauler, Refresher, and Shuttle models.