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How a carburator works 23 Sep 2022 21:15 #1

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Interesting video.
Now if they could vaporize the gas droplets(or break the surface tension on the gas with heat or a surfactant) and groove it, the use time would be dramatically increased.

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How a carburator works 24 Sep 2022 18:29 #2

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WOW this is fascinating to watch! So amazing to watch the gasoline droplets come up that tiny main jet tube, hang in midair then get exploded apart and vaporize down stream of that plastic throttle plate. To actually see this in very slow motion and so up close, is priceless. Yes, it would indeed be great to see the groove added into something like this to see it working in slow motion!
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How a carburator works 17 Oct 2022 16:51 #3

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You can see the vortices at approx. 20:30 into the video. Can't imagine what that huge, "loose' vortices would look like if it was grooved! Has anyone tried to contact this guy? Thanks for the video!
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