What about the Lucas Disc type injectors? Also have been wondering what's
the big deal with this gimmick NOSzle Nitrous system. Seems to me it causes
the injector to be recessed farther from the port, and the high pressure
Nitrous would disturb or disrupt the atomizing spray from the injector. I
think there are others that would be curious as to what is actually going on
in the port and would like a way to see it without blowing up the shop. I
know there are big numbers on the dyno, but is there more to be gained if I
knew actually (visually) what was going on in the port? Show Me!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Dahlgren" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "3liter" <email@example.com>
Cc: "LSR submissions" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2003 4:53 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