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Baelee05

12-26-2012 04:43:16
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Ether makes for a more violent explosion inside your engine upon combustion. The mistake most people make is using too much. In most cases a very very quick sniff is all that is necessary. If you need to use more your engine is getting tired and a tired engine is just waiting for an excuse to come apart. Too much ether will give it that excuse. Personally, with the 310 that your 1755 has, I would be real hesitant to use much if any ether. Find out why it won't start. Start with the preheater and make sure it is working.

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oliver90owner

12-29-2012 01:36:23
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 Re: Ether in reply to Baelee05, 12-26-2012 04:43:16  
About the best answer in the circumstances, IMO.

Ether will detonate (explode) on compression and can easily break the top rings if they are out of spec (reference side play). An engine that won't start of it's own accord likely has worn rings so compression is down, or the valve s are so recessed that the compression ratio is reduced.

But temperature is another factor and there is a minimum temperature below which a diesel will not start without some form of assistance.

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