An Engineer friend sent these two videos.
Both are very interesting, but I was a bit surprised with the performance results found in the second video.
Just thinking... Might there be a danger of a backfire explosion without some sort of 'back flow prevention'....?
Back to 1900 technology. Should be titled rediscovering puddle carburetion.
Is not Natural gas in a vapor state when burning in your vehicle?
Amazing how some people are smarter then the engineers.
Engineers don't always get it right.
"Vapor" & "gas" are not the same thing.
All they are doing is creating a crude carburetor that has little control of the fuel to air mixture.
I have to say I got a good laugh out of the first video and his claims. "Some guys are talking that they are getting 200 miles a gallon running on vapors"