I'm sure some of you guys have heard about the "200mpg carburetor". Well, take that idea, and apply it to PGMFI systems. I think some diesels use this concept, I'm not sure though. Wouldn't raising the temperature of the fuel help increase atomization? I remember reading about how atomization helps make more power; ie: Bisi's "theory" or tuning concept, that B16 that gained 16hp by moving the injectors back, and then the 200mpg carburetor theories. When you read those 200mpg theories, they all say the key component is having the fuel atomize better by heating the fuel to the temp it starts evaporating. My idea is have the fuel heated by the coolant line, similar to how some of the oil coolers in the Hondas work. The coolant is around ~180degrees F optimal temperature, correct?. I'm not too sure about the evaporation point of gasoline, so can anyone chime in? I'm also thinking this allow help allow compensation using the coolant temp compensation table in Crome. Also, install a fuel cooler on the return line so the fuel isn't as "gaseous" .