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Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« on: October 24, 2010, 23:04:53 pm »
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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2010, 17:47:09 pm »
Steve,
     The GEET runs on just gasoline right now. I intend to add 2 line trimmer carbs and burn in a alternative fuel rod for the specific alternative fuel. Hopefully the GEET will run on the target fuel of biodiesel at that time. I did chuck the 22mm copper washers and instead threaded the inner pipe all the way through. I have 4x fuel economy with no loss of power. I have tried 50/50 and more and less mixes of water and gas. There were leftovers that would not burn, this is why I want to add and re burn a new rod for the target fuel.   Akin

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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2010, 22:26:48 pm »
Looks great, Akin!

Can you drop a picture of those carbs you are telling about?

Its a very nice feeling seeing a geet working, is it.. :D
I couldnt get it working on a mix of water and diesel.
So, if you can pull that off.... 8)    It might work if you pre heated the diesel, i think..

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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2010, 23:36:22 pm »
Steve,
   I'd be happy to. Soon as I get them off the line trimmer. Progress is slow, so be patient.
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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #4 on: June 26, 2011, 16:42:29 pm »
Hello All !
    Steve I abandoned the line trimmer carbs. for .8 RC carbs, they work well and are cheap enough for me. I find used motor oil (not syn blend) , alcohol and 50% water works good enough to cut the grass. Please do check in on the yahoo group vortexheatexchanger, one of the dealers has a diesel subaru running with 50% increase. The moderator also has his diesel vehicle running on the geet system of Paul Pantone. Also take note: the inventor has also joined the group.

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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2011, 12:21:35 pm »
Hello All !
    Steve I abandoned the line trimmer carbs. for .8 RC carbs, they work well and are cheap enough for me. I find used motor oil (not syn blend) , alcohol and 50% water works good enough to cut the grass. Please do check in on the yahoo group vortexheatexchanger, one of the dealers has a diesel subaru running with 50% increase. The moderator also has his diesel vehicle running on the geet system of Paul Pantone. Also take note: the inventor has also joined the group.

Hi akin,

I receive everyday all new posts of that group...I seen posts of Pantone, but he is not very helpfull, yet.
One person build a geet into a Subaru.
Still, i find the results too poor.
Pantone is doing this for how long?
Hope he shows some real deal good things soon!

Steve

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Re: Geet project of Akin4ubaby
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2012, 23:14:32 pm »
Steve and Group,
     I now have a Briggs 14 h.p. riding lawnmower with no deck that has been GEETed. For now I have to prime it to get it started, after that she runs just fine on a bubbler attached to the rear. Top speed with a 240 pound load is just under 35 mph. Fuel consumption averages 30% on 87 octane gasoline. I just need to remember to slow down for the curves.  Akin4ubaby