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Use of Kerosene in Small Gas Engines


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Water injection when burning diesel...

So a guy could add a second carburetor with no throttle plate in front of the diesel carburetor and supply it with water, and adjust it's mixture screw for best running, making the water automatic.
Kind of like 2 of the 7 carbs on the "Flaming Four" Tractor. . .



"Flying Dutchman" gives a Much Better Description of the carb set up in the comments under the video than what I 'narrated' in the video. . .

As Per His comment: It "starts on gasoline through carb #1, then runs on kerosene, distillate, or light diesel thru #4-#7, and water or water/alcohol thru #2 and #3 to control pre-ignition and add just a shade of power..."

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