In Reply to: More power, cleaner air, and better fuel efficiency? posted by Brad on May 26, 2020 at 09:52:56:
Clearly the way to move forward is in experimenting and testing results with my Ford 8N tractor for GEET technology replication.
I do believe that my best choice would be to build the free plans for a small engine, following that learning curve, once mastered, building larger GEET unit for my tractor.
If I ever make it to that point, I can post up an instructional tutorial in the "how to" section for others to try.
That way, no one else need spend time or expense building a GEET unit, until I know for sure of performance, via testing on a small engine & Ford 8N tractor. What's not to like about that?
I have a small 2 and 1/2 horsepower Briggs & Stratton horizontal shaft engine, coupled to a water pump for garden irrigation, that would be an ideal candidate for GEET testing.
With video showing successful results, step-by-step, no-fail, "easy to understand and follow" plans placed into N Tractor Club's "how to" section, just about anyone interested should be able to build a GEET for their own personal, non-commercial use :-)
Now everyone will just have to wait (unless they'd prefer experimenting on their own), I might possibly, eventually get there! lols >;'-D