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What's that in? Is it on propane?... hard to see on this antique computer... I'm in wine country here in Canada and they use wind mills that move air over the grapes to keep frost from settling... most are 8.1's on propane but never seen a turbo on one!
 

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What's that in? Is it on propane?... hard to see on this antique computer... I'm in wine country here in Canada and they use wind mills that move air over the grapes to keep frost from settling... most are 8.1's on propane but never seen a turbo on one!
Its an emergency engine generator and its natural gas. Its a "prototype" because where its located it would NEVER pass the emissions certs. But because its a test PROTOTYPE its exampt. Of course you have to be somebody that knows somebody to get passed that little issue.
Using them for turning a aggie fan is a perfect use as well:))THumbsUp

Thank goodness the thing is bolted to the floor. Because without EFI it could get into serious fuel distribution issues from the G loads.:yes:



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Its an emergency engine generator and its natural gas. Its a "prototype" because where its located it would NEVER pass the emissions certs. But because its a test PROTOTYPE its exampt. Of course you have to be somebody that knows somebody to get passed that little issue.
Using them for turning a aggie fan is a perfect use as well:))THumbsUp

Thank goodness the thing is bolted to the floor. Because without EFI it could get into serious fuel distribution issues from the G loads.:yes:

Would be interesting to see what kind of power you could make boosted to heck on propane/NG if there was a high enough flowing regulator...

propane v-drive....:hmmm:
 
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