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Feb 27, 2020, 06:24 AM
Still gassin' it.
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Originally Posted by ClippedWings
But we're lucky in a way as by the time IC engines become obsolete like steam engines after the Diesel revolution, we would be long gone...,
Nevertheless, still a sad thought...
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Feb 27, 2020, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by 1967Brutus
Nevertheless, still a sad thought...
Yeah...

On a happier note Bert, I received your solenoid valve today! thanks mate!!!
I didn't expect it so quickly, it was beautifully packaged, small and light - I'm very impressed!
It was a pleasant surprise to realise it can be fitted to any size engine, well done....
Feb 27, 2020, 10:28 AM
Still gassin' it.
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Originally Posted by ClippedWings
Yeah...

On a happier note Bert, I received your solenoid valve today! thanks mate!!!
I didn't expect it so quickly, it was beautifully packaged, small and light - I'm very impressed!
It was a pleasant surprise to realise it can be fitted to any size engine, well done....
Oh, wow, that indeed is pretty quick, I did not expect that either.
And yup, it handles at the very least (confirmed) 5 to 65 cc fourstroke, and if I had to guesstimate, it can easily handle larger...
Would not be surprised if it could handle up to 100 cc or maybe even more.

Happy to hear you are impressed, but wait until you tried it, I guarantee, you will regret every day that you waited with installing (or ordering)
Feb 27, 2020, 09:37 PM
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I have seen reed valved engines make more HP at 7/8's throttle when they spray
out the carb like that.

I have often wondered why some engines spray out the carb and other engines
do not. IMO, it is caused by problems with the delivery ratio.


Bill M.
Feb 28, 2020, 04:23 AM
Still gassin' it.
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Originally Posted by Capt. Quirk
I have seen reed valved engines make more HP at 7/8's throttle when they spray
out the carb like that.

I have often wondered why some engines spray out the carb and other engines
do not. IMO, it is caused by problems with the delivery ratio.


Bill M.
Can be anything, but I know that the length of the intake tract in relation with RPM has a little bit to do with it.


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