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Peace on Earth and in the Woods

Uploaded by: Gloster

Wednesday December 22, 2010

Quedgeley, United Kingdom

Caption: Nearly at end of the Trail and there's a Pigeon w-a-a-ay up in the Horse Chestnut tree.

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3. Clabo
6:21 PM GMT on December 23, 2010
No wonder I couldn't find the comment in your other pic, the one, like, with the actual *car* in it. Must've put this in the wrong pic. :þ

Ah, same bloody title for *all* the pix in this series... no wonder I got confoozed.


Over here, what with congestion, and not just bigger trucks and all, but even SUVs like the Ford Exxon-Valdez and Chevy Alba-Varden, you get t-boned by one of them, and 5-star safety ratings or not, you get punted a quarter-mile down the road and there's nothing left of the car *or* you, just bits to be sponged off the road later.

My old car had a fairly high-strung 2.0ℓ 4-banger squirrelmotor (9.3:1 compression), but admittedly I felt that I could get out and run faster sometimes. When that blew apart earlier this year after 20something years of faithful service, I went to a nice sedate-looking Regal with a bigger donk under the hood, a 3.8ℓ V6. I call it my Q-Ship, which reference you may "get", hjeh-hjeh.

It can get over 30mpg(US) on easy highway cruises, but that dips quite a bit on stop'n'go city driving and short trips.

Dunno how much you'd pay for acetone (AcMe), but 2-3oz (no more!) per 10gal helps vaporise gasoline especially in colder temps, gets a more complete burn, and raises mileage a few percent.

Back in my older car when one plug got fouled due to a vacuum leak, it would run *really* rough, with the #1 cylinder hardly firing, the #2 getting fouled from cooler temps of its neighbor, and only the #3 and #4 cylinders running right, albeit a bit rich. When I added probably 6oz of AcMe to my tank, better vaporisation but *less* mileage, it smoothed out like nothing was wrong.

Add an electrolyser, which draws maybe 5A or so and splits water into H2 and O2 (perfectly stochiometric, too!), and that'll *really* smooth out your engine's running and get an almost perfectly clean burn.

My own test was firing up the car when cold, just putting it into drive and letting it idle forward, slightly uphill. Before, it would run rough and "cog" with each hit on a cylinder, tootling forward maybe 2-3mph when cold. Next time with the electrolyser going (ie, the next day, again from a cold engine), it idled forward perfectly smoothly and got to about a good 5-10mph!

I normally consider these purported "mileage boosters" as hooey unless/until I try them, but these two *do* work.

Might want to give one/both a shot. Save a few pounds/euros/whatever.
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2. Gloster
9:01 AM GMT on December 23, 2010
At about 6 and a half Dollars for a Gallon (4 litres)of Unleaded Petrol,it's the only way I can afford to run a car. On Jan1 the price will rise again.The stickshift version of this car,a Kia Picanto,will get over 50 miles to a Gallon.That's 12.5 per litre.
Mine does 42 to an Imperial Gallon (4.5 Litres) as it has Automatic Gears ,Aircon,ABS,Leccy Windows,other stuff like Satnav but only seating for 4.
We go camping and we get a 2 bedroom tent,and all the additions to comfort inside the rear and nothing on the roof or towed along behind.
Park it in a Pothole or behind 2 blades of grass yet it's good for 80 mph on the flat.
Mine has the bigger version engine at 1100 cc.
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1. Clabo
10:50 PM GMT on December 22, 2010
Wow, y'all got such small cars there.

Over here, whenever a small car pulls up, like those little Hondas and Hyondas and whatever, I kinda expect 30 clowns to come pouring out. :D
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Im a retired Electronic Technician and now a Gentleman of Leisure.Been married now for 35 Years and got 3 Kids,5 Grandkids and 1 Great Grandkid.I took up photography around 1955 with a box camera.Today,I have a Digital Fuji. Nothing exotic just convenient.I've chosen this site as it's fuss free and everyone is everyone else's friend.

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