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Old 06-19-2011, 07:41 PM   #31 (permalink)
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We'll wait here for 200 MPG drop in carb, with results, hopefully the coroner won't have our corpes removed before you get back.

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Old 06-19-2011, 07:53 PM   #32 (permalink)
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200 mpg on a Super Cub at 19 mph; 110 years bulb with a special filament bulb and special low voltage circuit... special conditions, yes. Average conditions, no.
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I bet if he took all the bogus devices in the corral and put them on his car he could probably make gas while driving it
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Old 06-19-2011, 07:59 PM   #34 (permalink)
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I will be happy to sell my 200 mph carb and the engine that came with it. Come and get it for $150 after I take it to the Vetter fuel economy run in Ohio. If you stay for supper over the grill, I'll show you how to roast a marshmallow over a bed of coals with your bare fingers without burning youself. In all fairness, the carb is a Walbro on a 23cc
2-stroke bike engine. With a full fairing bike I would like to get 500 mpg at 30 mph doing pulse and glide. I trained as a mechanical engineer in the 1970s and work in a research facility now. The notion that anything is possible is a favorite of evolutionists. The simple truth is that to make something happen you only have to arrange the lawful conditions needed for it to happen. The bit about the marshmallows is true but most people are too impatient. God is VERY scientific.
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:11 PM   #35 (permalink)
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it will show that DEFINITELY EVERYTHING is POSSIBLE...
I have few options now, determining if you are certifiably insane or horribly confused, or horribly lazy or some combination of the above.

ANYTHING MAY be possible (including "anything may not be possible"), but even then it is an infinitely small number of things that accurately reflect reality. "Everything IS possible" is absolutely false, guaranteed self-contridiction there because it contains the possibility that everything is not possible.
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:16 PM   #36 (permalink)
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that's like the bit about pinochio saying "my nose will now grow"
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:03 PM   #37 (permalink)
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200 mpg Carburetor EXISTS

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I have few options now, determining if you are certifiably insane or horribly confused, or horribly lazy or some combination of the above.
ANYTHING MAY be possible (including "anything may not be possible"), but even then it is an infinitely small number of things that accurately reflect reality. "Everything IS possible" is absolutely false, guaranteed self-contridiction there because it contains the possibility that everything is not possible.
Greetings: Yes, I am certifiably insane IF I was to believe that a 200 mpg carburetor didn't exist. I would also be 6 feet under after bringing it to the table. When 1 cent on gasoline brings in billions and billions of dollars if not trillions of dollars the person who displays this carb will have only one choice NOT to bring it to the table.
All you have to do is ask Tom Olge how it feels to accomplish the impossible. That's right he past away alot sooner than he should have since it was such a great invention never to be had by consumers.
One thing for sure none of you watched the documentary from what you are saying or looked at the website I posted...
I'm glad to hear that you actually looked at the impossible light bulb. It was meant to show everyone here that ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!

PS The story you had on here about people in Canada getting amazing gas mileage on the cars being bought from the factories down east is TRUE. I just had a good talk with my Dad and Uncle whom are both close to 90. They personally confirmed our relative was one of those with a car with an amazing carb on it. The carb was taken by the manufacture from our relative because he was bragging so much about the carburetor's incredible gas mileage. He had it for a couple of months before it was taken.

I guess I am certifiably crazy because I believe my Dad and Uncle because they have NO REASON to LIE. I also know my relative from when I was a kid and he would NEVER LIE for any reason. When he said something it was TRUE. PERIOD.

At least the naysayers woke up for one day. I thought this was a forum to get results...not a forum to have it delivered onto their vehicles for them.
Interestingly enough my point was proven alot faster than I could even have wished for!
All the best to everyone in their pursuit of the 200 mpg carburetor that EXISTS.
Believe all the naysayers propaganda! It will serve everyone well for a great sleep......
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Get some results then, otherwise I'm done with this.
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:10 PM   #39 (permalink)
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That's right he past away alot sooner than he should have since it was such a great invention never to be had by consumers.
I'm starting to think this is a joke and he wants to see how long we'll think he's serious.

I doubt that this guy was like Van Gogh and collapsed under his own genius.
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:53 PM   #40 (permalink)
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I feel bad for Canada.

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