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Old 06-10-2019, 09:28 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by RustyLugNut View Post
In the 11 years since the first posting a LOT has been learned . Your "obvious" information is hardly the answer to the original question. Work by forum members such as Ivey and pgfpro show manipulation of variables can change combustion in a spark ignited gasoline engine. I relish the re-visitation of the subject.

I've run gasoline in a spark ignited engine with 20:1 compression ratio by messing with the "obvious". pgfpro has gone even higher with dynamic ratios exceeding 30:1. How? By running much leaner combustion mixtures than even Honda's Lean-burn engines. Go look up his work on various threads. It's deep reading if you know a thing or two about combustion thermodynamics and thermo-chemistry. Its simply outright fun if you don't.
Sounds interesting for sure, I'll look into it

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