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Any of the heavy fuels (kerosene, diesel, jet fuel, etc) require either a
very low compression ratio ( under 7:1, I would suggest) or very high, 14:1
or higher and use compression ignition.
Briggs Stratton made dual fuel engines (and may still) that started on
gasoline and switched to kerosene when warmed up, but the average CR on a
Briggs is only about 6:1. Those engines also lose about half their power on
the heavy fuel.
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