posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 01:55 PM
reply to post by CaptChaos
I have been a Marine engine tech for 20 years. I have seen this done on a friends car but it kind of defeats the purpose when you consider rebuilding
the top end of the engine to fight the moister and if you let it sit for more than a day you could freeze up the engine due to rust forming in the
cylinders if you did not switch it back to full gas before you shut it off. That is something old Bob Lazar will never tell you.
I think as of now the best gas engine on the market is Evinrude's E-tec system. Find out how it works and you will agree. Pound for Pound its the
most powerful consumer engine with the least amount of parts. They have large rebuild capable fuel injectors pushing over 500 psi, the injector coils
are first cooled by the fuel then injected directly into the cylinder.
Thanks to our ignorant government putting Ethanol in the fuel, many people have had their injectors fail due to the water in creates corroding the
injector coils. This wouldn't happen if the people would change their fuel filter water separators more often. Lack of use also causes this water to
separate in the fuel tank.
If you took this E-tec system and installed it on a car engine you would see massive fuel millage improvements, given you had the ability to change
the fuel mixture.
I think in the long run everything is going to switch to CNG but with the idiots we have in Congress it wont happen for awhile.