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One method of reducing the temperature of the catalyst material is to increase the temperature of exhaust gas that is delivered to the catalyst. A common method of increasing the temperature of the exhaust gas includes increasing the quantity of fuel injected during the combustion process. Unfortunately, increasing the fuel quantity increases the volume of exhaust gas that must pass through the catalyst. The increased volume of exhaust gas may decrease the efficiency of the exhaust system and increase the hydrocarbon emissions generated by the engine.
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