More power, cleaner air, and better fuel efficiency?

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Posted by Brad on May 26, 2020 at 09:52:56 [URL] [DELETE] :

Now here is something interesting, for those that like to tinker, explore and experiment with new ideas on our old antique tractors :-)

More power, cleaner air, and better fuel efficiency, what's not to like? It would appear according tales from some quarters, they're some money interests objecting:

(About now, some "originality purists" are grimacing, they'd prefer nothing modified from OEM on antique tractors, only accepting period-era accouterments, and will refer one to purchasing newer model tractors to experiment on & leaving antiques alone. Yep, I'm surely an old curmudgeon, finding dark humor in this! lol) ;-p

Old technology, well-proven and many times replicated by verifiable, reliable sources, it's old-school tech, which you never hear anything about, go figure? unless you like to tinker, design and experiment, you'll never know about, or have one of these devices, because it's a sure bet they're never going to wind up on retail store shelves for consumers to purchase :-) lol

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