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Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby inventor-x » Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:15 am

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Hi terrycan123

To late :cry:

They just announced today in the news of a new car manufacture called Bright Auto based out of Indiana.

1OO Miles Per Gallon :lol:

30 Miles on electric & the rest is a gas & electric hybrid.

Intended for Government & Corporate Fleet usage.

Just alittle foot note:

30 years ago I saw copies of a patent from the 1940's of a (GAS ONLY) fuel system that got 100 miles per gallon :lol:

A mechanic friend of mine has been working on putting a working prototype together for a few years now based on the patent from the 1940's :lol:

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby terrycan123 » Wed Apr 22, 2009 1:06 am

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Dear Inventor X

Good news about the Indiana hybrid car.

When will this car be on the market?

Do you have more information about the 1940s 100mpg patent?

The patent has expired and therefore is available to the public.
Massive success to you

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Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby inventor-x » Thu Apr 23, 2009 10:11 am

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Hi Terrycan123

Truly one of those SAD Inventor stories.

The auto manufacture bought all exclusive patent rights.

The Inventor assumed they would use it & didn’t ask or know about performance clauses & therefore it was shelved.

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby terrycan123 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:54 am

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The Inventor assumed they would use it & didn’t ask or know about performance clauses & therefore it was shelved.


Dear Inventor X,

I don't believe Detroit pays for technology and doesn't use it.

Back in the 70's the rumors of 75mpg carburetors were rampant.

My Uncle was a plant manager for Chrysler. I asked him why don't you guys sell cars with the 75 mpg carburetors?

His answer was so simple. "Terry if we had something like that we could sell so many Chrysler would be number one."

Let's say Detroit did shelve 100mpg technology. It would be hard to keep a secret.

Come to grips with this fact. All patents expire and are available to the public.

I will believe you about the 1940's 100mpg patent when I see it.

If it does exist you should be able to come up with a patent number.
Massive success to you

Terry Cantwell

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Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby Scrupulous » Sun Apr 26, 2009 12:10 pm

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Terry, a quick check found a plurality of patents issued in the 40's that would be good candidates for such a carburetor. A few even allude to what I suggested earlier in this thread. The point is that they are there. And, although text searching is more of a challenge for older patents, you're not going to find a patent titled "100 MPG Carb!" either.

There can be no question that oil is in. The wise innovator will take that into consideration when deciding how much effort to put into technology that seems to make all the sense in the world, yet just can't seem to find its way into the marketplace literally hundreds of years later.

Our balls are in your court...

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby terrycan123 » Sun Apr 26, 2009 6:15 pm

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Dear Scrupulous,

Thanks for bringing so much passion to this discussion.

For a carburetor patent check out http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT4177779

My understanding is the fuel injection system surpassed the carburetor in performance and mileage 20 years ago.

I believe the internal combustion engine is about as good as it is going to get.

So rephrasing the original question.

If you had unlimited resources.

How would you harness the energy of oil to power a car?
Massive success to you

Terry Cantwell

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Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby bottleslingguy » Mon Apr 27, 2009 6:18 pm

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http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/VortexHeatExchanger/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oRhCQ1N7IQ

http://www.geet-pantone.com/self.htm

I like where the GEET article says, "The "balance " point of a perfectly adjusted GEET Plasma reaction chamber, will give the same temperature coming out of the exhaust pipe as the ambient air, as well as the air quality should be the same or a slight increase of oxygen coming out of the tailpipe. So far the inventor has accomplished a 2% increase in oxygen coming out of an internal combustion using crude oil as fuel and a 3.5% increase using Battery acid mixed with 80% saltwater. At the higher than ambient oxygen levels you normally find ice forming on the exhaust pipes as a normal function of this phenomenon. "

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMNCebzg ... L&index=24

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby Scrupulous » Tue Apr 28, 2009 10:05 am

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Gotta getta GEET

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby bottleslingguy » Tue Apr 28, 2009 1:41 pm

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Right? :!:

Is that what kind of thing you were thinking about using the exhaust gas to heat the fuel mixture? This thing goes way beyond that. The guy Pantone didn't know why it worked only that it did work. I love the lawnmower.

Re: 100 miles to the gallon car

Postby Scrupulous » Tue Apr 28, 2009 7:02 pm

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Yeah. Just boil the gasoline off into a saturated vapor at about 500 F, add some oxygen, add pressure, create a spark...and then BOO-Yahhhhh!

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