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Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts !

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03-19-2013 14:40:37

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jon f mn said: (quoted from post at 13:56:36 03/19/13) Lots of passion on this and many other subjects. Luckily with most newer engines it's no longer necessary. I find it a bit comical that case offered either injection kits as an option at least up to the 9270 4 wheel drives. Our 76 970 came with it and my brothers new 2290 and 9270 had it for sure. I found this especially odd since none of them ever needed it. lol

It is true a lot of models came equipped or had the ether injectors available as options. In each case they were plumbed right into the intake manifold and had an orfice so small that it can't be seen thru easily to preclude over ethering. To equate a engineered injection system to a man with a can in his hand is an apples and oranges type comparison. My advice and the majorities I might add still stands.
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03-19-2013 16:25:20

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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to mEl, 03-19-2013 14:40:37  
You're vocal, not necessarily the majority. They sure do sell a lot of the stuff for the majority of the people being so set against it. And holding that button on an injection system for too long will do as much damage as a can in the hand, for apples to apples type comparison for you.

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