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Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg

 
Zagallah

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08/06/2008 10:58 AM
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08/06/2008 11:04 AM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
You are so full of crap I think you have been sniffing Bull Shit for way too long. Your old truck pulling a trailer gets 7 or 8 miles to the gallon at best. 70 miles per gallons is bull Shit, no way your telling the truth.

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I now get 15mpg pulling my trailer after some modifications done to it. Basically, I removed as much EPA mandated crap that I could. Just doing that net me +3-4mpg.

Makes one wonder what the true goal of the EPA is.
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I am sick of these stupid people who know every thing and can/t do anything but talk about things they know nothing about . I made my own vapor carb and I drive it past the stations and laugh at stupid people like you
Some of us get dtffrent amounts of miles per gallon as it tepends on how they have it set up and the engine they are using , So don.t daow play something that you know noting about
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08/06/2008 11:05 AM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
the sad ending to all this is that 100 mpg technology has been bought up, paid for, and silenced to the benefit of all the oil companies of which bushco is a major player

truth is with a reasonable and honest man in charge of our goverrnment these technologies will again surface and be retrofit to eliminate the foreign oil situation

btw, i always tip at the pump since the poor oil companies dont seem to earn enough from what they charge
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08/06/2008 12:55 PM
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so much for muscle... 0-30 mph in 10 mins! lmao 5a
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09/26/2008 11:36 PM
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lets consider this, the government has access to the best engineers in the world they could have figured out a way to make this work, they're trying to keep themselves rich.
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10/23/2009 03:05 AM
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what do you think the catalytic converter in your car does, it takes unburned gasoline and simply burns it, well you might ask yourself, well why doesn't all the fuel burn in the combustion chamber?? well that's obviously what these carburetors do, they vaporize the gas, and they don't force too much fuel in too fast, causing it to be wasted
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10/23/2009 03:13 AM
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If you make and sell gas what do you want:

Low gas prices or high gas prices?

Cars that are fuel efficient or cars that eat tons of gas?


Who makes and sells gas?

Do you think these folks have any influence in government?


Are there better ways?

Will they eat somebody's profits?


Go figure!
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10/23/2009 03:20 AM
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Sorry, this entire subject is the stuff of URBAN LEGEND.

There is only so much heat (energy) potential in a specific quentity of fuel, and it takes a certain amount of energy to shove a vehicle down the road, oversoming rolling resistance, air resistance, and internal friction.

Try as you might, you simply will NEVER increase the energy potential in the fuel regardless of whatever overly complex mumbo-jumbo mechanism you try to tell us you are using.

This 200-mpg carb is a load of crap!

You can't get something for nothing, all work (moving the vehicle) requires a certain amount of power (fuel) to accomplish.
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10/23/2009 03:21 AM
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10/23/2009 03:25 AM
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Beyond anything else herein discussed, you realize that the fuel doesn't directly propel the vehicle, right?

An engine is an air pump - the air drawn into the cylinders is heated and expands, pushing the pistons down in the cylinders, turning the crankshaft and moving the vehicle.

the fuel just heats the air to expand it, technically speaking. It's the HOT air that propels the car.

based on that scientific fact, I propose that one could power a car almost INDEFINATELY with the hot air produced on this forum...

Just a stray thought...
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11/24/2012 05:07 PM
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My old trusty ford f350 dually with a big block V8 engine gets over 70 mile per gallon with a modified carb setup. I pull a 32 foot cattle trailer to the sale barn once a month and still get over 50 MPG with a full load of cattle at 70 mile per hour. My acceleration is every bit as good as the guys driving the big dodge turbo charged cummins diesels.
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Why the BS?! does this make you feel important or something?redface
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11/24/2012 05:12 PM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
My old trusty ford f350 dually with a big block V8 engine gets over 70 mile per gallon with a modified carb setup. I pull a 32 foot cattle trailer to the sale barn once a month and still get over 50 MPG with a full load of cattle at 70 mile per hour. My acceleration is every bit as good as the guys driving the big dodge turbo charged cummins diesels.
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You are so full of crap I think you have been sniffing Bull Shit for way too long. Your old truck pulling a trailer gets 7 or 8 miles to the gallon at best. 70 miles per gallons is bull Shit, no way your telling the truth.

bsflag
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As much as I'd love to believe it, I think you're right. My Dodge Durango gets about 12 mpg (but they're fun miles). Big V8 engine, but a serious gas hog. I'd love for it to get even 30 mpg.
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11/24/2012 05:49 PM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
Sorry, this entire subject is the stuff of URBAN LEGEND.

There is only so much heat (energy) potential in a specific quentity of fuel, and it takes a certain amount of energy to shove a vehicle down the road, oversoming rolling resistance, air resistance, and internal friction.

Try as you might, you simply will NEVER increase the energy potential in the fuel regardless of whatever overly complex mumbo-jumbo mechanism you try to tell us you are using.

This 200-mpg carb is a load of crap!

You can't get something for nothing, all work (moving the vehicle) requires a certain amount of power (fuel) to accomplish.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 718510


These "free energy" loons that think you can get
something for nothing, and see conspiracies around
every corner, will never get it, because they are
mentally ill. What do you expect of them?

If ANY car company could produce cars that got 200 mpg
they would INSTANTLY become the ONLY car maker selling
cars in the world (until the others could reverse
engineer your impossible accomplishment)

I've watched this baloney since I was a kid in the
fifties, and haven't seen anything miraculous yet.

I had great hopes for the rotary engine, but that
fizzled.

Maybe some day there will be a revolutionary discovery
that will radically alter transportation, but
I'm not holding my breath.
Anonymous Coward
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02/08/2013 04:07 AM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
humans need to move beyond the idea that they need to burn something to create propulsion. look to magnets.
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thank you for your wisdom, alien overlord
Anonymous Coward
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02/08/2013 04:19 AM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
less gas or lean means more oxigen with means more heat
killer801tyler
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07/03/2013 06:25 AM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
you are all wrong I can do it I have knowledge it's just a matter of applying knowledge to the real-world if I can get a lawn mower to run for 3 months without being refueled I can get a V 8 engine to get 150 to 200 miles to the gallon
killer801tyler
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07/03/2013 06:33 AM
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if you think I'm bull shiting you about the lawn mower think again I've done it I have not refilled in 3 months and it still has one quarter gallon of gas and I mow the lawn once a week so I if can do that to a lawn mower imagine what I can do to a v8 engine I have the knowledge therefore I have the power
Anonymous Coward
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12/08/2013 09:23 PM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
Just so some if you people know. The oil companies have been buying up ideas found to improve fuel economy for years. My own uncle designed one during the 80s that gave his 460 in his Lincoln over 100 mpg.its not that hard to do and the modification works on smaller engines as well
Anonymous Coward
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12/08/2013 09:39 PM
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Re: Supressed carburetor gives V8 muscle car 200 mpg
Wow, so many fucking engineers and experts in here, yet nothing has been marketed that can meet these claims.

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