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Basic components of the Geet reactor
« on: August 03, 2009, 11:42:57 am »
Here are the basic components of the Geet reactor
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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2009, 23:22:44 pm »
finally something that will show real results that save $ .

everybody should make that their their car untill we have a real winner solution .

Paul Pantone is a great man .

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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2009, 01:26:11 am »
Looking good, Steve.
 I read recently, that the device would work much better if it were NOT constructed in a horizontal plane. Have you read or heard anything like that ??

  I could do some searching, if that would benefit anyone ???

  What type fuel you using ???  Did it start on the Geet device, as well as run on it ???

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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2009, 10:06:36 am »
Looking good, Steve.
 I read recently, that the device would work much better if it were NOT constructed in a horizontal plane. Have you read or heard anything like that ??

  I could do some searching, if that would benefit anyone ???

  What type fuel you using ???  Did it start on the Geet device, as well as run on it ???

The photo's are NOT from my engine, but from another Dutch person who already made a Geet.
His photo's and info are so very specific, that anybody can replicate this and can save fuel.

I am going to replicate his work soon.

The fuel used is water and used motor oil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, there is plenty of that, is it.....

Also used is saltwater with diesel.
Or diesel with petrol and water.

Most of the time, it is 80% water with 20% something else.
I seen somebody running this thing on COKE COLA and COFFEE    :)

So, yes. Any help is usefull.

Steve






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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2009, 13:49:50 pm »
You are right and especially the vortices are supposed to move in the same direciton as the pistons.

Great job Steve!

Check out Leo Umila later, I believe that one is a good step after standard GEET.


Looking good, Steve.
 I read recently, that the device would work much better if it were NOT constructed in a horizontal plane. Have you read or heard anything like that ??

  I could do some searching, if that would benefit anyone ???

  What type fuel you using ???  Did it start on the Geet device, as well as run on it ???

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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #5 on: August 04, 2009, 14:34:02 pm »


Good series, check all his videos on getting from 1.7 to 0.3 consumption! And still no dry steam used!

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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #6 on: August 04, 2009, 18:58:45 pm »
Gauss that was a impressive video above.
 
Did he start that motor on just the cold geet. (how can it be?)
If so thats fantastic, I'm blown away at the simplicity.
 
Steve get building, I'm sure we all would love to see your results with Geet technology.
Not trying to be pushy or rude.
Just would be that much nicer the process is done and tested right here.
 
Best of luck and hope its as simple as it does appear.   

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Re: Steve's Paul Pantone replication of the GEET engine
« Reply #7 on: August 04, 2009, 20:18:32 pm »
Looking good, Steve.
 I read recently, that the device would work much better if it were NOT constructed in a horizontal plane. Have you read or heard anything like that ??

  I could do some searching, if that would benefit anyone ???

  What type fuel you using ???  Did it start on the Geet device, as well as run on it ???

Harald,

Do you have more info on that vertical Geet thing?

Steve