> frank dadog Wrote:
> > Steven Kwak Wrote:
> > I covered that by dilution of inert gas out of the exhaust that's why
> > the cars have an EGR valve to recirculate the exhaust gases to create
> > inert space filling cavity within the cylinder that will allow it not
> > burn the fuel as quickly
> Wait. Read this ^^^^^
> Did you read it? You just said you add exhaust gases (they're lean) to
> the mix to not burn the fuel as quickly.
> HOLY CRAP. I think you finally stumbled onto the correct answer. You
> just inadvertently said they lean the mix so the fuel doesn't burn as
> If I would have said "not as quickly" instead of "slower" we could have
> saved a page.
> See, you know more than you think you know. :)
No shit Maynard all you got to do is read the fucking words.
I ain't fuc man cars have had EGR saw time since 1973.
It actually helps with mileage cuz you're filling the cylinder with an inert gas to raise the compression ratio and you can run a pinch more timing cuz it's going to burn a little slower.
I think I caught you now you got to agree so go bang your head on something .
I mean some of the early cars back in 1963 on the turbocharged corvairs ran 312 degrees on the camshaft so they would get an inert it would help keep the hits from dropping the valve seats from getting over 440 degrees.
And pretty much any two stroke gets a little bit of a EGR.
Except for when we get a really crazy pipe that strong so much in it doesn't slam it all back into the combustion chamber before the Piston closes the exhaust port.
That's why there's mopeds out there that only get like 20 miles to the gallon maybe 30.