New fuel emulsions on the market


Old 12-08-02, 09:03 AM
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New fuel emulsions on the market

I have seen several sites on the web talking about a new form of fuel that has water emulsified into it. I thought it was crazy at first, but im not so sure now. It appears that it is being sold by some businesses already. I found a page that describes how it works.


Please let me know what you think of this. Have you heard of this? Is it for real?


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Old 12-08-02, 04:42 PM
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hold on to your wallet

snake oil

the only reason you want to add an emulsifier to your fuel is to remove water from the system. period

gasoline burns, water doesn't.
Old 12-08-02, 05:34 PM
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Use any quality brand of gas and perform regular maintenance and there's no need for anything else.

I agree with Otter.
Old 12-09-02, 03:49 AM
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no way

The only way any water is getting in my fuel tank is if I had a steam engine
Old 12-11-02, 07:40 AM
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something about the way brax's post is written tells me that it's spam.
Old 12-11-02, 07:50 AM
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If it is, I will promptly delete it.
Old 12-11-02, 11:12 PM
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Does kinda sound like it, huh? Did you read the page? Whoever heard of fuel being injected under high pressure into the engine via a carburetor?? Whoever wrote that needs to get the well-known facts right if they expect us to believe the other stuff in the article.

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