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Directory:Pogue Carburetor

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New Info on the Pogue Carburetor -- The 'Gasoline Vapor Maker' - In the 1930s, Charles Nelson Pogue invented a carburetor that vaporized gasoline, instead of nebulizing it into tiny drops, dramatically increasing mileage -- as high as 200 miles per gallon. Bought and shelved, the technology has been difficult to replicate. (Hasslburger Blog Apr. 14, 2007)


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Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Pogue Carburetor > Genius Snow Plow inventor replicated Pogue carburetor - Before he was born, John Donoghue seems to have mapped out a life full of terrible experiences to withstand and overcome, to bring forth many great technologies and knowledge to bless mankind. He sees himself as both a messenger and inventor on a mission. (PESN January 8, 2014)


McBurney Cracks the Code for Super-Carburetors - Inventor says the key is the catalytic cracking of the larger gasoline molecules into the dynamic combusting single-carbon molecules of methane and methanol, in the presence of heat, a catalyst, and water vapor. (see HIMAC Research)