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While examining a used fuel injection nozzle(s), one finds worn and enlarged orifices. What does this indicate about that cylinder's performance prior to nozzle replacement(s)?
A) Volume of atomization is increased, penetration is reduced, vaporization is increased, efficiency is not effected.
B) Volume of fuel injected is increased, reduced injection pressure, decreased ignition delay.
C) Reduced combustion efficiency, increased ignition delay, reduced atomization, prolonged penetration.
D) Penetration is increased, air/fuel mixture is increased, cylinder efficiency is not substantially effected.
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