It is my understanding that a lot of the sprint car guys are going with higher
pressures and smaller nozzels
> From: "Richard Fox" <email@example.com>
> Date: 2003/09/21 Sun PM 11:43:40 CDT
> To: "3liter" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> "LSR submissions"
> Subject: Re: F.I. Tech (part 2)
> I know you asked Dave and I am sure He can give you a more authoritative
> answer, but I can say that Al Liest and other Jr. Fuel racers seem to think
> the very high pressure smaller nozzles Hilborns are the right way to go. It
> might be better to find out what guys who win use but I don't know them.
> This is with alcohol. Al's test rig uses
> paint thinner instead of gas. Rich Fox
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> From: "3liter" <email@example.com>
> To: "LSR submissions" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Sunday, September 21, 2003 08:56 PM
> Subject: F.I. Tech (part 2)
> > With all this talk about EFI cycle time, flow, and atomization one might
> > want to experiment in the garage with calibration, pressures, pintel or
> > nozzle geometry. So what about safety?
> > Do you use gas or water to flow injectors? Water is much denser (messes up
> > the calibration) and does bad things if not completely dried out.
> > If you use gas, what about fumes. If sprayed under high pressure into
> > graduated cylinders there must be a hazardous fume or vapor issue. There
> > must be many sources of ignition in a shop. If forced ventilation is used
> > spark proof motors must be used but is that all? I'm talking about a
> > garage, not a professional facility. Any words of wisdom or experience
> > there (other than don't do it!). -Elon
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