condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

so i just installed a 50 kstar kit on my za50 and i must first say how impressed i am with those kits. 45mph no problem. but my question is that i now have a bunch of condensation on my intake and carb. i did use an e50 intake rather than a za50 intake and made an aluminum spacer to clear my carb on the case. im assuming this is causing an increase in atomization of my fuel and air due to the turbulence or increased length caused by the spacer?.

so who knows anything about condensation on intakes and intake lengths? i would like to know more.

Re: condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

Its just that when a liquid turns into a gas it absorbs heat. The evaporating gasoline is chilling the intake where moisture in the air condenses on the cold intake. When a gas condenses as the humidity in the air is doing on the intake, it sheds heat

Re: condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

- Summerai - Drew /

She's just sweating.

Re: condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

Good atomization can make air temps go below freezing.

Re: condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

Luke “Funkenet” Hosfield /

^ Yup, science and all that shit.

Re: condensation on my intake and carb from atomization of fuel/air?

Jimbo Grand Daddy /

Temperature pressure relationship of a gas. It's how your air conditioner works.

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