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Re: Cold Air box - MGB

To: Barney Gaylord <>
Subject: Re: Cold Air box - MGB
From: Jarl/Carol <>
Date: Sat, 21 Dec 1996 16:46:35 -0800
Barney Gaylord wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Dec 1996 02:04:39 -0600 Robert Allen <>
> writes:
> >I liked the scientific explanation that K&N filters are so named because
> the special gauze material and the K&N oil perform a chemical synthesis
> to absorb potassium (K) and nitrogen (N) from the air.
> [more explanation removed]
> > thus the significant performance improvement.
> > .....
> >BTW: For those unable to interrupt body english, I'm chuckling now...
> Yeah Bob, I'm chuckling too.  Since nitrogen is 78% of the air content, I
> woulder where it all goes when it's removed?
> Barney Gaylord

My chuckle is more like a shudder, what keeps all that potassium (which
is a metal) up in the air so it can "interfere" with this mystical
plating on the valves if not removed?. (must be that British
anti-gravity invented by Joseph Lucas)   Jarl   (A BS in ChemE before he
started working on MGs)

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