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Old 07-07-2008, 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted by mbenzer View Post
Perhaps the simplest answer is to compare it to nitrous in gas engines. In both cases, the added gas (nitrous/propane) promotes a better burn in the combustion chamber, and both are added only as needed. As Advanced Turbo Systems (ATS) puts it, “Propane acts as a diesel catalyst during combustion. This in turn creates a more complete [burn] of the diesel fuel.”
False information. Propane is only a supplementary fuel that burns along with the diesel. It does not change how the diesel burns, it only adds more fuel to burn.

Propane is a waste of money. The solutions are simple- If you want more power, turn up the injection pump. If you want better economy, drive slower.
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