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Posted by soundhaspriority on April 20, 2006, 12:39 am
 


Opinions? Anybody try this?

http://www.industrialnewsupdate.com/news/oil-energy/archives/2005/03/acetone_in_fuel.php  



Posted by GeekBoy on April 20, 2006, 1:31 am
 


Not again?

It's a myth


http://www.industrialnewsupdate.com/news/oil-energy/archives/2005/03/acetone_in_fuel.php


Posted by SteveF on April 20, 2006, 11:32 am
 



http://www.industrialnewsupdate.com/news/oil-energy/archives/2005/03/acetone_in_fuel.php

Opinion - when someone does a valid, scientific study of this, let me know.
Using the trip odometer to measure mileage and soaking a couple of
carburetor parts is about as far from scientific as I can imagine.

Steve.



Posted by Brad on April 20, 2006, 12:21 pm
 

It will burn like any volitile liquid.
It will also disolve many of the plastic parts in the fuel system too.
Brad


Posted by JoeSP on April 20, 2006, 1:24 pm
 



http://www.industrialnewsupdate.com/news/oil-energy/archives/2005/03/acetone_in_fuel.php

You can add a lot of things to increase the energy of combustion in a
gasoline engine. Some are harmful and some are not, but nearly all of them
are likely to increase the running cost of the car.



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