I am Rgs (42)from Chennai, India .they have hiked prices of petrol (we in India call gasoline or gas as petrol ) and diesel again. I own a Enfield Bullet 350 cc single cylinder petrol engine. I am now experimenting with a new invention of my own on my motorcycle and on few of my friends bikes.its already a success I want to share it with all of you. we tried on cars too.Soon I shall post the details on the experiments section, please wait and its worth waiting, thats all now and shall meet you in the experiments section
the scheme is attaching a cylinder with a piston and spring arrangement parallel to the throttle valve. This arrangement acts as a capacitor across a resistor in an electric circuit.
the spring is calculated for the manifold vaccum. in India even now carburettor fitted motorcycles in the range of 50cc to 500cc are manufactured . I tested this arrangement on my Enfield bullet motor cycle 350cc, carburetor fitted four stroke engine The result was immediately felt in the engine running so smooth and the throttle response was very good .trial run on road without the attachment gave us 30 to 35 kmpl, then with the attachment it gave us 40 to 54 kmpl. Then we started fitting on more vehicles for testing, 18 motor cycles ranging fromm 100cc to 350 cc, On auto rickshaws three wheeled motor cycles with soft top 175 cc . the result with added 5kmpl and smoothness they climbed gradients with more load than without the enhancement.
This arrangement shall be called a fluid capacitor with feedback or fluid circuit parellal capacitor. prior to this these are used in some motorcycles and cars too with single fixed volume chamber fitted to the inlet manifold acting as a capacitor smoothening the flow into the engine. In my concept i have used variable volume chamber i.e cylinder with a piston and a spring. you shall see the pics here soon
Have you tried this on multiple cylinder engines with a single intake manifold?
If so what were the results?
actually we dont have multicylinder engine motorcycles here, even in a car which we fixed this for testing, the owner reported smooth engine and smooth gear shifts but didnot have his speedometer working, all have other works here and have no time for expreiments. I will soon post how to do this on the experiments section soon, so those who have the attitude and time to expreiment shall give us results