Coolant drain for carbs
masonjs at nrtco.net
Tue Apr 12 04:58:51 PDT 2011
I was 9 days late with that posting --- and no one bit on it.
We finally got 3 warm days with a thunder storm thrown in that knocked down
I'll put the put the right foot peg, brake pedal, signal light and mirror on
my bike today. I have a little filing to do at the hinge of the rear foot
peg and the bike will be ready to ride. I'll tackle the brush scratches and
missing paint later.
We had our cottage jacked up the an insulated basement put in durring the
winter. Now I have to wire it, cut down 22 trees, bring in 40 loads of fill
and landscape the place. I should do some power whining for a small Kubota
4x4 tractor to help with this project. I could use a new toy.
> Jim, you're imagining things. Too much time snowbound, watching the
> Channel... In any event, I didn't think any of the US models had the
> coolant to the carbs.
> Paul in Ohio
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marilyn Mason
> Sent: Sunday, April 10, 2011 3:05 PM
> To: Paul Heim
> Subject: Coolant drain for carbs
> Kawasaki actually has this set up for an after market boost system. This
> would be along the same lines as the water injection boost systems
> in various WWII fighter aircraft (P51 Mustang, Corsair). The injection of
> the water and/or alcohol cools the cylinder and increases to octane of the
> fuel creating more horse power.
> In the fighters it was a 10 second "save your ass" to get you out of harms
> way. It was also used to increase power in some planrs for take off.
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