No, because then it will cause injector problems because of the pump starting to suck air than fuel.


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THe particles of  a gas spread uniformly across the volume of cylinder as soon as they enter the cylinder. It is the tendency of gas to spread uniformly and expand as much as it can. Even a little amount of gas put in to a big cylinder, it will occupy the whole cylinder.  But Its density will be very less.

It is not like water or a powder or sand. We can take water of 1/4 volume of cylinder and fill it.