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Re: Stan Meyers a Hoax
« Reply #16 on: September 28, 2008, 00:43:38 am »

 I don't have a photo to show. The anti-fouler, is a short piece of hollow metal. One end is threaded inside for the spark plug to screw into, the other end is threaded outside, to screw into the head. It spaces the plug further away from the piston, to prevent excessive OIL fumes from fouling the plug quickly.

  Most Auto Parts stores should have some. Screw one in one plug hole, and mark where it should be drilled, so you have access to the nipple that you add.

  I'm thinking , if that hole is angled toward the cylinder, the spray should go directly INTO the cylinder, and not severely contaminate the plug.

  Should work well to fire the plasma spark, that ignites the fuel ???

  Sure wish I had my metal lathe, metal bandsaw, and mig welder down here.  ::) ::) ::)

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« Reply #17 on: September 28, 2008, 02:26:23 am »
Yes the water solenoid gates-Your definately right about that, it's them!

I bet if you had a fuel injected engine you could remove the fuel line from the manifold and put your gasses and water mist directly through there, keep the existing injectors, as they are computer controlled and use them for hydrogen injectors. You would probably have to plug off the air intake (I think that's what meyers was doing anyway as he put everything through his injector plugs) And push a lot of air through them (probably at high pressure) with a high pressure air/gas pump to get enough air flow.

As for the recirculating exhaust gasses, most exhaust systems have back pressure, at least the ones that use mufflers do, you can think of it like electricity. It will take the path of least resistance, so If you drill and tap a small hole in the exhaust and use a steel line with a valve you can control your burn rate, maybe use a temp sensor to control the valve position like meyer did???

Hmm I think were moving in some good directions here!

Hydro- At 0:36 in the video I think that is just an aftermarket Chrome or SS distrubitor cover.

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« Reply #18 on: September 28, 2008, 03:17:37 am »
Yes the water solenoid gates-Your definately right about that, it's them!

I bet if you had a fuel injected engine you could remove the fuel line from the manifold and put your gasses and water mist directly through there, keep the existing injectors, as they are computer controlled and use them for hydrogen injectors. You would probably have to plug off the air intake (I think that's what meyers was doing anyway as he put everything through his injector plugs) And push a lot of air through them (probably at high pressure) with a high pressure air/gas pump to get enough air flow.

As for the recirculating exhaust gasses, most exhaust systems have back pressure, you can think of it like electricity. It will take the path of least resistance, so If you drill and tap a small hole in the exhaust and use a steel line with a valve you can control your burn rate, maybe use a temp sensor to control it like meyer did...

Hmm I think were moving in some good directions here!

Hydro- At 0:36 in the video I think that is just an aftermarket Chrome or SS distrubitor cover.

I've had the same idea of using the injectors for the gas.

My first thought when you said closing off the intake was, WTF your crazy, but after thinking about it a little bit, the gas coming out of the injector would/could be at the right burn ratio. 

Then again IMHO, the volume of air that the engine moves  would not be able to go through the injectors.

I think I'm going to drink this idea out of my head for the time being, or at least for tonight.  I need a decent nights sleep without waking up with and having to research an idea or question in the middle of the night.

This rabbit hole is indeed very deep.

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« Reply #19 on: September 28, 2008, 03:46:19 am »
The type of injection i will be using will have to come from a non electronic diesel injector where solenoids take the place of a water pump distributor.  It will have to be high pressure before i can gain the mist i want.  Compressing the ambient air causes heat, which could cause compression ignition if the hydroxy introduced into the intake manifold  takes the place of octane.

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« Reply #20 on: September 28, 2008, 06:30:38 am »