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Old 08-25-2006, 10:07 AM   #1
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ANOTHER gas additive????

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As an engineer with a passion for anything driven by a gas engine (I hate diesels!), let me introduce you to a concept in gasoline modification. Many years ago, I became involved with gasoline chemistry...and the combustion thereof.
I made a discovery...gasoline is not to be modified! But I came up with a way to change the flame front speed (which was too fast!)... which also suppressed any tendency to detonate! This opened a new door to setting engine parameters! I will be glad to share my tests, results, and conclusions with you (email is too public!) if you will just send me a SSAE. ...send to
Ted Hart / PO Box 1165 / Pittsboro, NC 27312 . I'll even provide the extra postage (6 pages) to mail it back to you!
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Hi!
As an engineer with a passion for anything driven by a gas engine (I hate diesels!), let me introduce you to a concept in gasoline modification. Many years ago, I became involved with gasoline chemistry...and the combustion thereof.
I made a discovery...gasoline is not to be modified! But I came up with a way to change the flame front speed (which was too fast!)... which also suppressed any tendency to detonate! This opened a new door to setting engine parameters! I will be glad to share my tests, results, and conclusions with you (email is too public!) if you will just send me a SSAE. ...send to
Ted Hart / PO Box 1165 / Pittsboro, NC 27312 . I'll even provide the extra postage (6 pages) to mail it back to you!
It's how smoothly the flame front and evenly it propagates. You want the frame to travel a fast as possiable because there is so little time for it to burn.
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Little time? How fast is "too fast"? We're not talking seconds, here! The powers that be would have you believe "faster! faster!" is "better, better!" BS! Have you tried slowing the flame front down? Don't believe everything you read....
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I will be glad to share my tests, results, and conclusions with you (email is too public!) if you will just send me a SSAE. ...send to
Hi Ted - What makes this information not suitable for public consumption through this forum?
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Old 08-26-2006, 07:24 AM   #5
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I have built six page package...

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Hi Ted - What makes this information not suitable for public consumption through this forum?
A) I'm on a "borrowed" PC...not a whole lot of time per "sit-down".
B) Do you know how many words are on 6 typed pages??? A typist made this master for me years ago(for the magazine audience, pre-email).
C) I type with one finger!
D) I'm a bit lazy! :-)
E) It IS a bit unorthodox ( I don't want to be flamed again! Been there, done that).
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A) I'm on a "borrowed" PC...not a whole lot of time per "sit-down".
B) Do you know how many words are on 6 typed pages??? A typist made this master for me years ago(for the magazine audience, pre-email).
C) I type with one finger!
D) I'm a bit lazy! :-)
E) It IS a bit unorthodox ( I don't want to be flamed again! Been there, done that).
If you permit, I'll send you a SASE and I can type it out. I type over 100 words per minute, so the time needed won't really be that long.
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If you permit, I'll send you a SASE and I can type it out. I type over 100 words per minute, so the time needed won't really be that long.
You don't need my permission to request a SASE...this'll give me a mailing address for that SASE! I'll send you the "First Fact Sheet" on the gasoline modification history (and it is fascinating!). If you want to post this under the "For Sale" segment...it's OK with me.
Sorry I'm a bit late...but I just found you! Surf's up! -Ted Hart
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Post, post! Where to post?

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I'd like to see Ted's paper here!
Hi, "theclencher"!
Check with Matt Timion; he's just got the response he was looking for...I was late 'cause I'm still learning how to work this PC! I just found his / your post asking for more info. There's no telling where the "surf" will take you! LOL
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You don't need my permission to request a SASE...this'll give me a mailing address for that SASE! I'll send you the "First Fact Sheet" on the gasoline modification history (and it is fascinating!). If you want to post this under the "For Sale" segment...it's OK with me.
Sorry I'm a bit late...but I just found you! Surf's up! -Ted Hart
Of course ted, I wasn't asking your permission to send a SASE, but rather to type it out. In other words, I was asking permission to publish your work here.
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Of course ted, I wasn't asking your permission to send a SASE, but rather to type it out. In other words, I was asking permission to publish your work here.
Matt- Can you post such a thing (6 pages) here???Seems kinda large...but "you're driving"!
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