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The stoichiometric ratio is the perfect ideal ratio, it is a technical term used to express a perfect combustion were no left over’s are left, unburned air or fuel.
The problem in real life is, there is and will never be anything mechanical which can be said to be one hundred percent perfect.
The 1.6l v6 turbo will have a lot more torque at much lower engine rpm.
The 1.6l v6 turbo engine running at max 15k rpm will consume less fuel than the 2.4l v8 running at max 18k rpm, even if the combustion is of the same size and efficiency there will be less combustions per minute.