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So you can see the value of the STIC metering block vaporization process, I decided to copy the article so you can read the advantages of a superior vaporizing system that utilizes the cold vaporization process by removing the pressure acting on the fuel. This article was produced by the Standard Oil Company.

The Vaporization Situation copied from the article; “The Chemistry of Combustion.” By Standard Oil.

The Vaporization Situation: “… Fuel is formulated to evaporate quickly in the engine. Easily vaporized fuel makes cold starting easier and leads to more complete combustion at high speeds. Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) is a measure of how easily the light gasoline components evaporate RVP typically ranges from 6.7 to 15 pounds per square inch; a higher RVP number indicates that the fuel is more likely to vaporize. Refiners change the RVP of their gasoline with the seasons and geography to improve start-up in winter and to prevent vapor-lock in summer.

Fuel that evaporates quickly burns smoothly and more completely in the engine. This improves response and increases performance in a range of driving and temperature conditions. (Emphasis added, sounds familiar, could this describe the STIC metering process?)

A fuel that evaporates quickly is especially beneficial at high engine speeds when there is less time for fuel to vaporize. In addition, as the fuel evaporates, it cools the intake mixture. The cooler intake mixture is less likely to knock than a hot intake charge. A cooler mixture is also denser, which increases engine power."

Engine efficiency

“… increasing the compression ratio is a key to improving performance and efficiency. Compressing the air and fuel into a smaller space with higher compression increases the engine’s efficiency as the combustion gases expands and push against the piston. How powerful is this expansion? Peak cylinder pressures in a high-performance engine can exceed 1,000 psi.”

Kudos (credit and praise) to the aftermarket head manufactures, as it goes hand in hand with a superior vaporing carburetor such as the STIC.
 

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Newsletter #254

Two and Four-stroke engines with the STIC metering system.

Does the STIC metering system work on four-stroke engines? Yes, in fact the STIC concept was first developed on the four-stroke Internal Combustion Engine (ICE). The STIC Methodology development includes the following, (1): New fuel systems (new carburetor, new fuel injection), (2): new combustion chamber cylinder redesign, (3): new intake system, (4): new exhaust system. The mentioned items have already been developed and are headed for production.

STIC is the acronym for (Super Torque Induction Components); it reveals a scientific breakthrough in combustion efficiency. These recently developed concepts represents a new innovative superior vaporizing air/fuel process that allows a near complete energy release of the hydrocarbon fuels. These recent developments and inventions shows phenomenal promise in achieving near complete combustion of air fuel mixtures, the elimination of harmful emissions, and the reduction of abrasive carbon. These developments will bring the combustion process in the internal combustion engines and that of home heating to an unheard-of level of efficiency with the elimination of harmful carbon monoxide.

These new inventive processes reveal a superior air/fuel vaporizing processing and is the precursor to near complete combustion with unheard of levels of efficiency in the combustion process. Based on scientific facts, sound principles that are in complete agreement with the rules of Quantum physics and the Rules of Thermodynamics; these revolutionary processes; in their infant stage have revealed supporting evidence that the mysteries of solving and causing the complete combustion of a hydrocarbon fuel is on the immediate horizon.

Consensus of the scientific community agree that many combustion engines are only 15% to 30% efficient with 70 to 85% of the available energy (fuel) is being lost through the exhaust and cooling systems. In previous comparative Dynamometer testing at a major recreation company, of a two stroke engines with and without the system; wherein the unit without the system required 7 to 10 seconds to reach its maximum torque; with the new STIC systems in place; the engine reached the competitor level of torque in less than two-tenths of one second and then straight lines to an ever increasing in torque over the unmodified system. This upgrade in performance was achieved without modifying the engine. this particular dyno run (an early version of the STIC (precursor) is available upon request, send request to [email protected]

This is a game changer and brings the four and two stroke engines to an unheard level of efficiency. The new STIC two-strokes can run unheard of BSFC’s of .30 and less with a simple carburetor utilizing the STIC concept. We have the dyno results in our possession and will reveal them at the appropriate time. Cheers
 
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