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Old 02-16-2008, 08:12 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Daox View Post
Water injection is an interesting subject, but its really not incredibly useful in and of itself for increasing fuel economy. It can be used along with engine modifications to increase compression ratio since it supresses detonation and allows you to maintain stoimetric air/fuel ratios. However, you better build a reliable system because if it breaks, your engine can/will be damaged.
Good points. I plan to use my Fairmont 6 as the test machine with a view to include it in my Real Woody project.

Although I've been reading up on the possibility that major car brands are considering a revival of the Steam Engine, meaning even lower emissions and less fuel consumption.
1979 Fairmont Squire (Built in Mexico), 200CI, C4 Auto.
Nothing replaces common-sense. It just seems to be a commonly scarce commodity.
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