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Cburg   Tuesday, 12/07/10 01:53:55 PM
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Reply from Charlton Coats to pdgood's post:

Mike, I would suggest that the poster research hydrogen further,


First off Hydrogen is not a catalyst, oxygen is the catalyst, Hydrogen is the combustible element in browns gas. Like all fuels it will not burn absent the presents of oxygen.

Secondly, flashbacks can only occur when there is an ignition source, the ignition source for our system is either the spark plug or engine compression. thus we don't experience flashback.

Thirdly,ending computers have a tolerance or margin of operation that allows for increased oxygen at various times due to air density. In most vehicles this variance is as much as 22-25 %. As long as the extra oxygen is not in excess of these parameters the computer does not respond to a precieved lean burn and increase injector time to overcome the preception of a lean fuel mixture.

This post is a weak attempt by someone to explain something that he has no factual basis in. It is a mixture of fact and his perception of a known chemical reaction that has been tried and proved over and over. Just an attempt to explain in a negative sense something he opposes yet does not understand.

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