4 Stroke Cleaner Than 2, Really?

Discussion in 'Propulsion' started by Jet_Love, Jun 17, 2013.


  1. FAST FRED
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    >Fuel, oil and grease are all derived from the same product. Crude. Every single internal combustion engine ever made will have trace amounts of oil exit the exhaust pipe.<

    Maybe,

    The simple solution would seen to be to use caster oil as the racing cars of yesteryear did.

    Oil gets in the water , oil is eaten by the denizens of the water.

    Problem solved,

    EXCEPT for the chemists that will have to figure out how to keep the oil in a crankcase from rotting.

    For folks with conventional oil in their bilges , there are any number of bilge cleaners that simply EAT the oil, then die.
     
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