Out of boredom I often read up on some the new-fangled gas savings
devices, and usually find with research that many of them to be hoaxes,
or that they simply don't perform as well as advertised.
I know the ideal air/fuel mix is 14.7:1, but is that 1 part the total
gasoline intake, or total "burnable" gas? What I mean is, since vapor,
liquid must be burned, how much gasoline is left over after all
the oxygen has been burned in the combustion chamber, even with the
Many devices have been patented seeking to fully atomize the fuel
before it's burned, claiming less fuel will be needed to make the same
power because all of it would be in a burnable state (vapor).
If not all the gas is burnable (because the particles are too large),
does that technically mean the 14.7:1 ratio is actually too rich when
the fuel is atomized by a carb?
It's a slow day at work today... can ya tell?