Its my opinion that with the throttle plate sittin there wide open that allows more air to freely circulate in the cylinder combustion area (any left over vapors to evaporate versus raw gas left that washes oil off the walls n rings) so all is purged out and youre ready to take in a fresh well vaporized fuel air mixture on the restart. Sound best to me and "seemed" to help but I have no scientifc evidence or data whatsoever......
Re: Shutting down Model H and Carb/fuel question in reply to John T, 08-13-2013 12:57:55
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But wouldn't that only be possible if the intake valve was open on a cylinder? I'd suspect that only one of them might be open at a time. Even then, only one of them might even be open at all. Or did I miss the point entirely?
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