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  • showbizkid
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    quote:Originally posted by DEEPNHOCK

    [navy][b]Here's the correct scientific explanation.
    You have money.
    You buy this thing.
    You had money.
    Works every time
    Now that's funny! [)]

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    Clark in San Diego:

    Proud new owner of a '63 Lark!

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  • CHAMP
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    Is that the same thing as a vacuum leak? (vacuum bleed) Champ

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Here's the correct scientific explanation.
    You have money.
    You buy this thing.
    You had money.
    Works every time
    Jeff (just a vacuum bleed to the intake manifold)[8D]




    quote:Originally posted by 48M5

    Wondering if somebody can explain how this device works....

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Vacu-...temZ4645992069

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  • 64V-K7
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    The picture shows a thin metal section with directional perforations around the edge, presumably for the air bleed to create a vortex under the carb flow and increase efficiency.
    All it does is lean out the mixture somewhat, maybe resulting in a miniscule increase mileage, but more likely an over-lean condition, that will bite you in the butt, down the line.

    Late in the 50's, there was another device on the market, labelled as a 'Mini-Supercharger'. This was a 2 barrel insert, with air-bleed driven impellers. The little spinning propelers were supposed to 'supercharge' your engine..

    Ever see the magnetic fuel filter that aligned the gasoline molecules and ...... hmmmm

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    Wondering if somebody can explain how this device works....

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Vacu-...temZ4645992069
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