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Old 10-10-05, 07:27 PM
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Default An interesting question regarding petrol and diesel engines.

Interesting question regarding petrol and diesel engines. The powerful magnetic field of the unit

conditions the fuel so that it combines more readily with the oxygen in the air regardless of whether it is mixed in a

carburettor, injection system or in the cylinder. If you think about it, a petrol injection system is very similar to a

diesel injection system. The positive charge on the fuel helps it to combine more readily with the negatively charged oxygen

in the air. Also, after being conditioned by the field of the MAXPower unit the hydrocarbon molecules are less stuck and

clustered together so that there is a much larger free surface area on each molecule available which leads to much more

complete combustion when ignited by the spark for petrol engines and compression in the case of diesel

engines.



Mostly, engine combustion is incomplete due to the

molecular clusters of hydrocarbon fuel. In normal cases, only about 70% of the total burnt fuel provides the real power, with

30% of the fuel wasted and carbonized. What the MAXPower unit does is increase the amount of fuel that is converted into

energy and reduces the amount that is exhausted as unburnt fuel and harmful pollution.

Perhaps it is what you mention

about the different way the fuel is mixed with the air which gives us the different results we experience. Old petrol

carburettor engines do definitely show the biggest improvements usually 20%-30%. Petrol injection engines are usually more

efficient and will show somewhere between 10%-20% improvements whereas diesel engines will show somewhere between 5%-15%

improvements on average. These are very rough ball-park figures and there are so many variables involved results can vary

quite considerably.
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