[Diy_efi] Link for greenfire spark plugs...
dunvegan at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jun 8 12:31:30 CDT 2005
I'm speculating here, but is it possible that the
exhaust stroke would create a small vacuum in the
chamber, into which the inflow mixture could then flow
a small amount into the chamber by that vacuum. It
might be enough to stratify the chamber and ignite,
this is a very intersting topic to say the least.
Just fuel for thought.
--- Adam Wade <espresso_doppio at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- Mike <niche at iinet.net.au> wrote:
> > Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't the charge
> > there by virtue of the piston rising and pushing
> > in on each stroke ?
> If there was a hole in the "prechamber" with
> atmospheric pressure behind it, sure. Since there's
> not, the "prechamber" sees the same pressure as the
> rest of the combustion chamber. The only entry path
> is through diffusion, as near as I can tell from
> few pictures.
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