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Old 08-04-2010, 08:47 AM   #21
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I would be glad to test it but everything I have is EFI.

I would go ahead and post it in the "Do It yourself" forum. Maybe someone else could do some testing with a carb setup?
Hai ,

could you please say how your gas pedal works (accelerator). If it works by operating a butterfly valve to vary the air flow into the manifold , you can still try this. We have tested this on a engine which uses LPG, its almost like FI , which showed a 20 to 30 % increase in the mileage . The fluid capacitor works parallel to any control valve.
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Hai ,

could you please say how your gas pedal works (accelerator). If it works by operating a butterfly valve to vary the air flow into the manifold , you can still try this. We have tested this on a engine which uses LPG, its almost like FI , which showed a 20 to 30 % increase in the mileage . The fluid capacitor works parallel to any control valve.
My throttle body is just a conventional type throttle body with a butterfly type valve. Its a cable type.

Go ahead and show how you built it in the do it yourself forum and I will give it a try. It will be a few months before I will get to test it because I have to test several other items on my car first.
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Old 08-09-2010, 09:22 AM   #23
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Hai pgfpro,
I am preparing the material for the content ,please bear with me,
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Re: hai all I am RGS5081

I don't have a background in fluid dynamics, but this makes a lot of sense. TheHolyCow I think has explained it in a way I can understand. If I don't decide to go EFI with my Torino engine, I may try something like this. I already have an OEM coffee-can-sized vacuum reservoir under the hood to store vacuum for when the engine stalls (so you can have power brakes to stop the car to restart it, most every car has something like this). This idea of yours, rgs5081, builds on that idea by adding a moving part to it. A secondary vacuum canister that allows air to be forced in during low vacuum situations sounds like it could truly make a difference. I think the difference would be more pronounced in a small motorcycle engine but it could be worth a try in something big like my 5.8L (351cid) Ford V-8.
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Old 08-10-2010, 07:36 AM   #25
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I would think on the larger engine, the size of the tank would have to be quite a bit bigger. he is talking about a 0.35 liter engine vs the 5.8 liter engine. so if you wanted to keep the same ratio, your tank would have to be about 16 times larger than the one he is using.

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Old 08-11-2010, 12:23 PM   #26
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hai,
holy cow has put it precisely and so simple to understand for us, thanks a lot .
on the size of the cylinder it was a 40mm inner dia and 200 mm stroke length makes it 1005.44 cc minus the piston size [ 40mm dia and 20 mm length makes it 100.54 ] =905 cc . also the tension of the spring matters. let us wait and hope to see if somebody comes out with some formula to calculate the size of the cylinder and spring. till then trial and test only.
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:30 PM   #27
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hai,
what is that Green horn next to my name, somebody help me understand
thanks in advance.
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Re: hai all I am RGS5081

It is a way to describe how long you've been here and how many posts you have. We're experimenting with more interesting names than "New user", "Senior member", etc.

"Greenhorn" is a slightly humorous way to say you are a new member.
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Old 08-11-2010, 01:15 PM   #29
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I heard the term greenhorn for the first time on the show "deadliest catch"

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Etymology: obsolete greenhorn animal with green or young horns
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1 : an inexperienced or naive person
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hai,
holy cow has put it precisely and so simple to understand for us, thanks a lot .
on the size of the cylinder it was a 40mm inner dia and 200 mm stroke length makes it 251.36cc minus the piston size [ 40mm dia and 20 mm length makes it 25.136 ] =225cc . also the tension of the spring matters. let us wait and hope to see if somebody comes out with some formula to calculate the size of the cylinder and spring. till then trial and test only.
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sorry for the mistakes in calculation
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