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Old 10-11-2005, 05:40 PM
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blown injected motors

wonder if any one out there would know the answer to this one?
On the alky monster trucks which are blown and injected there seem to be able to start and stop the motors from inside the cab like a normal motor, but most of the drag alky motors require priming the injector hat while cranking the motor over any ideals how to acheive this?

reason for question i would like to run Enderle injector hat on my blown 460 for the road as well and would be a bit of a ***** to keep having to prime thr hat every time you stop!

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Not sure about the alky monster trucks. But any alcohol is hard to ignite when cold. They prime with a bit of gasoline. Once the engine is running, the heat in the combustion chamber aids in making sure the fuel is a vapor which will ignite. Maybe the monster trucks have a small, on-board gas tank and a primer set up. If you are running gasoline, you shouldn't need priming. If you are running alcohol, you can set up a priming system with a small gasoline fuel cell.
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What he said and blown alcohol drag engines burn a LOT more fuel so it's even more difficult to light up.

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