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that was a military parameters and a good point to keep in mind if attempting to copy Military's Multifuel engine. That throw away point though was not a parameter the Elsbett design took into account.The one thing nobody is talking about is that the multifuel from day one in WW2 days when the Germans first introduced it till Nov. 12, 2018 (today) IS A THROW-AWAY ENGINE, ...
I don't know Ron, the fact that it's called a "multifuel engine" kinda means that it will run on multi fuels.The one thing nobody is talking about is that the multifuel from day one in WW2 days when the Germans first introduced it till Nov. 12, 2018 (today) IS A THROW-AWAY ENGINE, It was and is a 100% DIESEL engine DESIGNED to run on DIESEL but has the capability of using battle field collected crap if needed, the idea was to get the mission done and if need be throw in another engine. It is NOT designed to run a mix of crap 100% of the time, no matter how clean the added mix is, there is no way to get the acid or the ultra fine bits of metal out of the add.
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