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Question by alexander  odjesa
Submitted on 6/7/2004
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how  can  the  compression  ratio  for  a  gasoline  be  uncreased  without  lead

Answer by ombenny
Submitted on 5/29/2005
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I use some naphtalene powder, by crushing unfragranced naphtalene balls usually sold at grocery stores as mothballs.

I knew this from people who used to travel long distances. I do not know how, but it works well on my motorcycle. I always brought with me on every trip out of town.

One advice: since naphtalene somehow attracts humidity from air, frequently draining the fuel tank would be a good thing.


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