1. General information
2. Operation and maintenance of the car
3. Design and technical characteristics of engines
3.1. General information
3.2. Head of the block of cylinders
3.3. Block of cylinders
3.4. Gas-distributing mechanism
3.5. Krivoshipno-shatunny mechanism
3.6. Lubrication system
3.7. Power supply system
3.8. System of production of the fulfilled gases
3.9. Cooling system
4. Repair of the engine
5. Transmission
6. Brake system
7. Forward suspension bracket and steering
8. Back suspension bracket
9. Control system of the Fenix 5.1 engine
10. Electric equipment. Conducting and components
11. Body
12. Schemes of electric equipment

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3.7. Power supply system

Both engines have the power supply system making the minimum impact on the environment.

Fig. 3.18. Engine power supply system: 1 — the module of management Fenix 5.1; 2 — the locking valve;
3 — the backpressure valve; 4 — the electromagnetic valve; 5 — the air pump; 6 — the relay of the air pump

This system is shown in fig. 3.18.

Fig. 3.19. Inlet collector

The inlet collector (fig. 3.19) is mounted on a head of cylinders.
The collector is established on a forward part of the engine. Lengths of different inlet channels are calculated in such a way that all cylinders receive identical food.
Nozzles are located in an inlet collector flush with inlet valves.
The case of the air valve and the air valve of idling are mounted on an inlet collector at connection with the air filter.

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3.8. System of production of the fulfilled gases