List; I may be wrong but I think Stoddard Solvent was what I was using to
test aircraft fuel pumps, back in the dim past when I was gainfully
employed. Al was using his test stand to view flow patterns at different
pressures and with different nozzles. Also to test pumps and flow in GPH. It
was a long hard fight to get from 7.90 to 7.50. And by then some were
running 7: teens. RF
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From: "Dave Dahlgren" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "3liter" <email@example.com>
Cc: "LSR submissions" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2003 01:53 AM
Subject: Re: F.I. Tech (part 2)
> What do you plan on learning in the garage??
> A pintle style injector has the best spray pattern and droplet formation.
> Higher pressure makes it better.
> If you must play and burn down the garage .. Stoddard solvent, mineral
> or paint thinner are all about the same and all will make a big bang if
> Here is more info on the Stoddard solvent
> The place to learn ore about atomization is on the dyno or racetrack. Then
> successful experiment will make the torque meter go up or the car go