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Old 07-05-2013, 02:57 AM   #144 (permalink)
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FYI:

1oz : 4 gallons = 1:512 ratio = .195%
1oz : 5 gallons = 1:640 ratio = .156%
1oz : 10 gallons = 1:1280 ratio = .0781%

You realize this is a concentration of between 7/100ths and 2/10ths of one percent.

Sorry, I tried to make a nice pie chart to help illustrate the additive:gas ratio, but the pie chart generators either wouldn't do it because the additive value was too small, or it gave me a circle with a "radius" line in it. :/

Somebody find me an example of anything fuel and oil related that is effective at that concentration.
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